The advanced technology of the Q Switched laser (Intense Pulsed Light), from ALMA LASER, provides us with an effective treatment for all types of tattoos, light, and dark.
The Q Switched laser limits the pulses of energy in bursts of nanoseconds, thereby minimizing any type of injury while maximizing the effect caused on the ink. This process fragments the ink particles into much smaller ones that can be eliminated by our organism, minimizing the injury of the surrounding tissues so that no scars remain on our skin.
The results of the treatment vary depending on different factors such as the area where the tattoo is, the colors, sex, the age of the tattoo and the type of skin.
- A very safe way to eliminate unwanted tattoos.
- Effective treatment for dark and light inks.
- Spectacular results after several sessions.
Expected results and risks
The results are evident from the first session. It needs between 4 to 8 sessions with an interval of at least 5 to 6 weeks are needed. The improvements are perceived progressively.
At the end of the session may appear a slight redness and burning that disappear within two hours after treatment. Scabs may also appear that will fall after the fifth day of treatment.
The treatment should start with perfectly clean skin (area to be treated). Local anesthesia, cream and/or local block in the tattoo area to be erased will be used. Then the treatment starts in the tattoo area. Depending on the size of the area to be treated, the procedure can last from 30 minutes to an hour. After the treatment a moisturizing and anti-inflammatory cream will be placed in the treated area, then the patient can be incorporated into his normal life.
Sessions with Q-swichted technology will be made with a period of 4 to 6 weeks between sessions.
Cares after the intervention
- Hydrate treatment area.
- There can be no sun exposure.
This treatment is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women. Those with skin problems should consult first with their specialist, the same for those with photosensitivity and keloid skin.