… are often based on changes in personal life circumstances of our customers. A new job or a change of personal taste might be just as likely as a preparation for a brand new cover-up tattoo. In all of these cases our customers possess a clear demand – the existing tattoo needs to be removed as soon as possible. But how does a laser tattoo removal work? And how does the before and after examples of such a removal look like?
Peter (33), Electro-engeneer
Many customers are looking for a fast laser tattoo removal – out of an understandable motivation. However, we want to manage your expectations realistically. Generally a tattoo removal requires multiple sessions to fully vanish. In each of the sessions, the remaining ink in the skin is targeted by the laser and parts of it are slowly digested by the lymph-system. Depending on the number of colors, their composition, the type and depth of the tattoo, the intensity of the stitching as well as own body properties like the immune system – the speed to remove the tattoo can vary substantially. Normally, a complete laser tattoo removal will take anywhere between 8 and 12 sessions and is influenced by the mentioned factors.
With the right aftercare method, a tattoo can be removed even faster and the chances for scars are minimized. For your personal aftercare, please notice that in the first days after the treatment, the skin is very sensitive. Hence, following tips should help you to optimize your personal aftercare: