Laser tattoo removal has become one of the most popular and results driven treatments due to the increasingly popular method or permanent body ink. Unfortunately for some, the body art that was once worn proud becomes a regretful memory. Fortunately, there’s a safe, effective and easy way to permanently remove unwanted tattoos for good. In the last decade, tattoo removal has revolutionised by Q-switched laser technology.


A Q-Switched laser is clinically proven to phenomenally fade and remove tattoos by producing certain wavelengths of short-pulse laser light that specifically target the tattoo ink without damaging any surrounding skin. Once the ink is absorbed by the intense light the ink is them broken down into tiny particles which is absorbed by the bloodstream and then naturally decomposed out of the body safely.


Q-Switched laser technology can also treat overall:

  • Tattoo removal

  • Pigmentation (freckles, sunspots etc.)

  • Acne and oily skin

  • Open pores

  • Uneven skin texture

  • Carbon crème rejuvenation


With all laser skin treatments, the laser light produced into the skin is targeting the facial points the area in need of correction without harming the surrounding skin.


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treatable tattoos

Virtually all tattoos can be treated, and all ink colours are treatable. However, very light colours such as blue, yellow and white are difficult and require more treatments to fade.

Cosmetic tattoos or ‘permanent make-up’ can also be removed with laser treatment. Tattooed eyebrows are treatable areas that can be removed safely. Extra precaution is taken when working around the eye area to ensure the ink is effectively removed without damage to the eyes.

Most clients undertake an average of 6-12 treatments to achieve optimal results. While some fading may be apparent after only several sessions, more treatments are recommended to reach removal of the unwanted tattoo. Factors that contribute to how many sessions are required and treatment effectiveness include:

  • The layer of tattoos

  • The type of ink used

  • The presence of particular colours in the tattoo that do not respond well to removal, such as pinks, yellow and light blues

  • The age of the tattoo itself

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