Remove Your Tattoo
Tattoos are a form of body art that is permanently etched on to the skin using colored inks. It has been in vogue for centuries ad still continues to hold the interest of many people in today’s world.
The problem with them is most of them are a result of relationships or affiliations, which may not be permanent and tattoos can become an embarrassment, which has the tattooed person looking to find ways of removing it.
Fortunately, technologies have been developed that allow for much easier ways of removing such tattoos, with far lesser pain and inconvenience than earlier, when it used to be a very painful and doubtful process.
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Here are some factors to consider:
Costs can vary depending on the size of the tattoo, its age and the colors used. Getting this done by qualified and experienced practitioners can also lead to higher costs.
The number of sessions is also related to the same factors, and can vary from three to ten sessions. Each session can last from a few minutes to half an hour, depending on how your skin responds to the treatment.
The pain in laser treatment for tattoo removal is almost similar to any inconvenience you may have felt during the actual process of getting the tattoo. However, as there is no careful artwork involved, as is in the case of creating tattoos, this pain will need to be felt for smaller periods of time. The practitioners will also suggest application of certain products to help the skin to heal faster and reduce discomfort.
Side effects are more likely to be felt when very dark ink has been used in the original tattoos. This is because the skin will have to be subjected to longer bursts of the laser light which can cause the skin to becoming swollen and red. At times, the skin does blister, but most of these problems subside within six or seven days.
The total time required for removal of the tattoo seems a lot because time is required between sessions to allow the skin to rejuvenate. This can be between four to six weeks, and the total time will depend on the number of sessions suggested by the experts.