How it works
Lasers work by breaking down the ink and dispersing it through the body. The ink is then dispersed through the body and expelled through the lymph nodes.
The tattoo will gradually fade over a period of treatments. The process of the removal of the tattoo will take place over the ensuring month to six weeks. Subsequent treatments need to be scheduled a least 1 month part.
Protective glasses are provided throughout the procedure whilst the laser is passed over the tattoo the skin will start to lighten and maybe blister after treatment, but this does not tend to last too long after the treatment. The skin may feel sore after the treatment but this should diminish within a couple of days. It is unlikely that the first treatment will completely remove the tattoo this will be more apparent with the subsequent treatments.
Full aftercare advice will be provided after the treatment.