Remove unwanted tattoos with our advanced lasers
Some mistakes are easy to rectify, others leave a lasting impression. If we’re particularly unlucky, that impression might even be left on our skin, for the rest of the world to see in the form of a tattoo. If your younger, or more foolish, self has left you with a tattoo you non longer want, EF MEDISPA’s Advanced Laser Tattoo Removal treatment could be your solution.
Whether you’re looking to remove a tattoo in deep shades of black, blue, green, or any other lighter colour, Laser Tattoo Removal can meet the challenge. It’s effective on tattoos of any size and shape, and those done by both amateur and professional tattooists. In addition, this advanced treatment can be an effective solution for clients who have trauma tattoos following surgery or accidents.
The advanced laser works by firing quick impulses of light directly into the colour of the tattoo, breaking down the ink and pigment into much smaller particles. These small pieces are absorbed by the body and are naturally removed through the body’s lymphatic system.
Laser tattoo removal works by firing laser light into the tattoo which breaks the ink into tiny pieces, these little pieces are easy for the body to absorb. This allows the ink to be removed by the body itself. Laser tattoo removal avoids damaging the skin while removing the tattoo, unlike other tattoo removal methods.
Advanced Laser Tattoo Removal usually requires a number of treatments to be performed in order to achieve the best results. This is generally a course of between 6 and 12 sessions, but will always be decided on a case-by-case basis as it is dependent on your own tattoo. Unfortunately, tattoo removal is not completely free of discomfort, but is designed to be as comfortable as possible for you and there are many ways to make this treatment as comfortable as possible. This can be discussed in detail at your consultation.
All treatments are tailored to the individual and personal experiences and results may vary. We recommend a one to one consultation with our treatment co-ordinators to discuss your treatment options.
Summary of Tattoo Removal
- Procedure Time Dependent on the size of the tattoo
- Back To Work Immediately
- Anaesthetic Anaesthetic cream
- Downtime None
- Duration Of Results Permanent
- Results Gradual fading of the tattoo. The number of recommended courses depends on the tattoo
*Individual results may vary.
Step by Step Laser Tattoo Removal
1 NO OBLIGATORY CONSULTATION
Firstly, book a complimentary consultation with one of our highly experienced treatment coordinators. They will take your full medical history and run through your treatment with you. If you decide to proceed with the chosen treatment, a meeting with your practitioner will be set up.
2 MEET YOUR PRACTITIONER
Meeting your practitioner gives you a great opportunity to ask any further questions you may have about the treatment, and also to discuss your expected results.
3 DURING THE TREATMENT
The duration of the treatment depends on the size of the tattoo being treated. Most people do not feel much discomfort during the treatment, other than the pricking sensation caused by the laser.
4 AFTER THE TREATMENT
After your treatment you must keep the area covered for up to a week, washing only with water. All heat treatments, including saunas and hot baths, should be avoided during the first week post your treatment. You must also keep the area out of direct sunlight for at least 6 weeks, using SPF protection when necessary in-between treatments.
Before and After
Individual results may vary.
Laser Tattoo Removal FAQs
How does it work?
The laser light is directed into the colour of the tattoo, working to break down the ink and pigment into small particles that can naturally be removed through the body’s lymphatic system.
When will I notice results?
This will vary between each tattoo due the size and colour; some may show noticeable fading after the first treatment, however it may take longer for other tattoos.
How many treatments will I need?
The number of treatments needed depends on the size and type of tattoo. Typically 6-12 treatments will be needed.