WHAT IS A TATTOO REMOVAL?
Tattoo Removal is a procedure that aims to erase or fade an unwanted tattoo from the skin. There are different methods of tattoo removal, such as laser surgery, surgical excision, and dermabrasion. Each method has its own advantages and disadvantages, depending on the type, size, color, and location of the tattoo, as well as the skin type and condition of the person.
ABOUT THE TATTOO REMOVAL
The most common and effective method of tattoo removal is laser surgery, which uses a high-intensity beam of light to break down the pigment in the tattoo ink. The ink particles are then absorbed by the body and eliminated through the lymphatic system. Laser surgery is usually done in a clinic or a medical spa by a trained technician or a doctor. The procedure may take from a few minutes to an hour, depending on the complexity of the tattoo. The procedure may cause some pain or discomfort, similar to a rubber band snapping against the skin, but most people tolerate it well. Some people may use a topical numbing cream or ice to reduce the sensation.