It may be tempting to get a tattoo on any part of the body, to print beautiful words. Maybe you do it to show your love, maybe just to keep up with fashion. Especially young people get a tattoo to join a team of friends. And then, again, maybe you want to get rid of the traces of love that is ending or to wipe off your tattoo because it is out of fashion.
Medical lasers are used to remove the tattoo. Laser beams target and break down the pigments in the tattoo. The disintegrated dye particles are absorbed by the immune system.
Does the tattoo disappear completely? Will there be a trace?
The success of tattoo removal process depends on;
- The color of the tattoo and skin,
- The type of paints used,
- The tattoo’s application depth, density and application method,
- The age of the tattoo,
- The laser system used
To whom and which parts the tattoo removal should not be applied?
- At a young age and whose hair structure has not completed its development (laser beams can also stimulate the hair follicles),
- Hepatitis-B patients,
- People with skin and skin diseases,
- On scars and open wounds,
- To areas with eczema and fungal diseases,
- On moles,
- Into the nose and ear,
- Around the eyes and eyelashes
What should be considered after the procedure?
- After the procedure, the application area is covered for 24 hours. In this process, it should never be brought into contact with water.
- Crusting may occur in the application area for about 3 weeks. The area should be moistened every day and the shells should not be torn off. In addition, even if the shells are poured, they should be kept away from direct sunlight for a while.
- Until the wound begins to heal, procedures such as waxing, hair removal, peeling, and solarium should be avoided.