TATTOO REMOVAL EDINBURGH

PERMANENT Makeup REMOVAL

Our special AW3 technology for:

 

 

 

You will need 3-7 treatments with intervals of 6 weeks between the treatments to remove your tattoo completely but it really depends on the ink colour that was used and how deep it is in the skin.
That it is necessary to arrange a consultation and a patch test.
All our treatments are done by certified therapists.

How does it work?

This technique of making the laser produce a high-intensity beam in very short pulses. When a tattoo is placed into the skin it is placed into the dermis which is about the 2-3 mm within the skin.

Using our laser can safely and effectively remove tattoos, permanent makeup, and skin pigmentation such as Nevus of Ota, age spots, sunspots and birthmarks. Tattoo ink particles are too large for the body’s immune system to remove naturally because when tattoo pigment is injected into the lower layers of the skin (dermis) it becomes locked away by a wall of collagen fibres. Q-switched lasers produce very short bursts of high energy laser light. The light is absorbed by the large ink particles, generating heat that shatters the tattoo pigment into minute particles which the body is able to remove. Because the tattoo ink selectively absorbs the laser energy, the surrounding skin doesn’t overheat and there is no lasting damage.

PERMANENT TATTOO REMOVAL

Our special AW3 technology for:

 

 

 

You will need 3-7 treatments with intervals of 6 weeks between the treatments to remove your tattoo completely but it really depends on the ink colour that was used and how deep it is in the skin.
That it is necessary to arrange a consultation and a patch test.
All our treatments are done by certified therapists.

How does it work?

This technique of making the laser produce a high-intensity beam in very short pulses. When a tattoo is placed into the skin it is placed into the dermis which is about the 2-3 mm within the skin.

Using our laser can safely and effectively remove tattoos, permanent makeup, and skin pigmentation such as Nevus of Ota, age spots, sunspots and birthmarks. Tattoo ink particles are too large for the body’s immune system to remove naturally because when tattoo pigment is injected into the lower layers of the skin (dermis) it becomes locked away by a wall of collagen fibres. Q-switched lasers produce very short bursts of high energy laser light. The light is absorbed by the large ink particles, generating heat that shatters the tattoo pigment into minute particles which the body is able to remove. Because the tattoo ink selectively absorbs the laser energy, the surrounding skin doesn’t overheat and there is no lasting damage.

TATTOO REMOVAL PRICES

TATTOO REMOVAL - 2 cm2 (4cm)
£65
TATTOO REMOVAL - 3 cm2 (9cm)
£75
TATTOO REMOVAL - 4 cm2 (16cm)
£85
TATTOO REMOVAL - 5 cm2 (25cm)
£95
TATTOO REMOVAL - 6 cm2 (36cm)
£119
TATTOO REMOVAL - 7 cm2 (49cm)
£124
TATTOO REMOVAL - 8 cm2 (64cm)
£129
TATTOO REMOVAL - 9 cm2 (81cm)
£139
TATTOO REMOVAL - 10 cm2 (100cm)
£149
TATTOO REMOVAL - 11 cm2 (121cm)
£159

TATTOO REMOVAL PRICES

TATTOO REMOVAL - 11 cm2 (121cm)
£159
TATTOO REMOVAL - 12 cm2 (144cm)
£169
TATTOO REMOVAL - 13 cm2 (179cm)
£179
TATTOO REMOVAL - 14 cm2 (196cm)
£189
TATTOO REMOVAL - 15 cm2 (225cm)
£199
TATTOO REMOVAL - 16 cm2 (256cm)
£219
TATTOO REMOVAL - 17 cm2 (289cm)
£239
TATTOO REMOVAL - 18 cm2 (324cm)
£259
TATTOO REMOVAL - 19 cm2 (361cm)
£279
TATTOO REMOVAL - 20 cm2 (400cm)
£299

Tattoo removal before & after

Video Tattoo Removal

Wear sunscreen and/or avoid the sun 

Avoid pre-treatment shaving, waxing, or exfoliating 

Avoid tanning and spray tans several weeks prior to your procedure 

Stop smoking at least six weeks before undergoing treatment to promote better healing 

Avoid taking aspirin, certain anti-inflammatory drugs, and some herbal medications that can cause increased bleeding 

Regardless of the type of treatment to be performed, hydration is very important before and after surgery for safe recovery 

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In most cases you may return to work and other daily activities immediately following your treatment. After the procedure, you will receive detailed instructions about your post-treatment care, including information about: 

Skin care 

Normal symptoms you will experience 

Potential signs of complication 

It is important that you follow all patient care instructions provided by your therapist. Your therapist will also provide instructions about the normal symptoms you will experience and any potential signs of complications. 

-Immediately after tattoo removal 

It is normal to experience some mild pain or discomfort for up to forty-eight hours following treatment. In most cases, pain can be managed by applying an ice pack to the affected area. You may notice a slightly elevated, white discoloration and possible pinpoint bleeding in the treatment area immediately following the procedure. Minimal Edema and erythema of adjacent skin may also occur. These symptoms typically resolve within twenty-four hours. Subsequently, a scab will form over the entire tattoo, which will fall off after about two weeks. 

If you experience extreme or long-lasting pain or redness and swelling after treatment, contact your therapist to find out these are symptoms are normal or a sign of a problem. 

-Week two to eight 

You will notice your tattoo gradually fading over the eight-week healing period following the procedure. It is important to realize that the amount of time it takes for recovery varies greatly among individuals. 

Treatment usually takes only few minutes; longest part is preparation of the skin during the treatment. All treatment usually takes max 1 hour.  

We are trying to minimize the pain as much as possible however treatment can be slightly painful and uncomfortable 

 

Fortunately, significant complications from laser tattoo removal are infrequent. Your specific risks for laser tattoo removal will be discussed during your consultation. 

All procedures have some degree of risk. Some of the potential complications of all procedures are: 

Hematoma or seroma (an accumulation of blood or fluid under the skin that may require removal) Infection and bleeding Changes in sensation 

Scarring 

Allergic reactions 

Damage to underlying structures.

Unsatisfactory results that may necessitate additional procedures.

Other risks specific to laser tattoo removal are outlined below: 

Skin discoloration such as hypopigmentation and hyperpigmentation 

Temporary changes in skin texture Rarely, paradoxical darkening of a tattoo may occur You can help minimize certain risks by following the advice and instructions 

This technique of making the laser produce a high-intensity beam in very short pulses. When a tattoo is placed into the skin it is placed into the dermis which is about the 2-3 mm within the skin. 

Using our laser can safely and effectively remove tattoos, permanent makeup, and skin pigmentation such as Nevus of Ota, age spots, sunspots and birthmarks. Tattoo ink particles are too large for the body’s immune system to remove naturally because when tattoo pigment is injected into the lower layers of the skin (dermis) it becomes locked away by a wall of collagen fibres. Q-switched lasers produce very short bursts of high energy laser light. The light is absorbed by the large ink particles, generating heat that shatters the tattoo pigment into minute particles which the body is able to remove. Because the tattoo ink selectively absorbs the laser energy, the surrounding skin doesn’t overheat and there is no lasting damage. 

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