Laser Tattoo Removal

How Laser Tattoo Removal Works

Laser tattoo removal is successful because it acts as an aid to your immune system. When tattoos are applied to the skin, ink particles are inserted into the dermis, the deepest layer of skin. Over time, your body will start to flush out the ink particles in the dermis, which explains why tattoos start to fade overtime.

Our Asclepion PicoStar®, backed by Astanza, sends pulses of light energy into the skin to break up the ink particles in the dermis. Each laser pulse sends a targeted wavelength of light, heating the particles up and shattering them into tiny particles until they are naturally flushed out by your body.

Laser tattoo removal after one session

After a single laser tattoo removal session, the skin typically undergoes a series of changes as it begins the process of breaking down and eliminating the tattoo ink.

Multiple sessions are usually required for complete tattoo removal, with each session allowing the skin to progressively clear the tattoo ink.

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