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Tattoo Removal – Everything You Need to Know

Tattoos have been around for – literally – thousands of years, dating all the way back to a 5,200-year-old completely frozen mummy dubbed The Iceman. While many people think of prison affiliations, sailors, gangs and hippies when they think of tattoos, some cultures still use them today as an important affiliation tool, such as the Ta Moko Maori facial and body tattoos.

 

 

Types of Tattoo Removal

Surgical Excision

This type is used to be the most common and is still used in cases where the tattoo appears difficult to remove, or will work best being surgically removed by a medical professional. Your tattoo removal specialist will cut off the offending pattern, then sew the wound with stitches.

In areas where there are very large tattoos, a skin graft from another part of the body will be used. There will be scarring and, of course, the risk of infection will be greater. However, if the tattoo is relatively small, a lot of people say this is the best method to be used as the best result.

 

Laser Tattoo Removal

The most commonly used technique today is the laser. The pigments in the tattoo are targeted using high-intensity laser beams. The laser will "disrupt" the ink and it will eventually be broken down and absorbed harmlessly by the body. People say that the procedure is not entirely painless, but that it feels like a series of elastic bands snapping a bit unpleasantly on your skin.

Depending on the tattoo, multiple treatments may be required for the most effective results. People with better immune systems and lighter skin tones will respond best. The tattoo's depth and type of ink, not just the colour, will also play a role in the removal outcome.