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Here are some frequently asked questions about laser tattoo removal:

1. How does laser tattoo removal work?

Laser tattoo removal works by using high-intensity laser beams to break down the tattoo ink particles into smaller fragments. These fragments are then gradually eliminated by the body's immune system.

2. Is laser tattoo removal painful?

The level of pain experienced during laser tattoo removal can vary from person to person. Most people describe the sensation as similar to being snapped with a rubber band.

3. How many sessions are required for complete tattoo removal?

The number of sessions required for complete tattoo removal depends on various factors such as the size, color, and age of the tattoo. On average, it takes around 5-10 sessions spaced several weeks apart to achieve significant fading or complete removal.

4. Are there any side effects of laser tattoo removal?

Common side effects of laser tattoo removal include temporary redness, swelling, blistering, and scabbing. In rare cases, there may be changes in skin pigmentation or scarring. It is important to follow the aftercare instructions provided.

5. Can all tattoo colors be removed with laser?

Laser tattoo removal is most effective on dark-colored tattoos, such as black or blue. Lighter colors like yellow, green, and white may require additional sessions or alternative treatment methods.

6. How long does each laser tattoo removal session take?

The duration of each laser tattoo removal session depends on the size and complexity of the tattoo. On average, a session can take anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes.

7. How much does laser tattoo removal cost?

The cost of laser tattoo removal varies depending on factors such as the size of the tattoo, the number of sessions required, and the location of the treatment facility. It is best to consult with Rachel for an accurate cost estimate.

8. Can laser tattoo removal completely remove all types of tattoos?

While laser tattoo removal can significantly fade or remove most tattoos, there are certain types of tattoos that may be more challenging to remove. These include tattoos with deep ink penetration, tattoos on areas with poor blood circulation, or tattoos that have been previously treated with other removal methods.

If you have any question please contact Rachel xx


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