Tattooing has become a big cultural phenomenon, but it can happen that you get tired of it or that it simply doesn’t suit.
Before, only the surgical excision allowed to remove it, with sometimes very ugly scar.
Nowadays, pigment lasers remove those patterns without leaving a mark, because, while respecting the constituents of the skin, they destroy the pigments by fragmentation; these ones being then gradually eliminated by the body.
An anaesthetic cream is first applied.
By the action of the laser, a bleaching occurs immediately, and goes on during the following weeks.
Afterwards small scabs can remain during about ten days. A light red blotch is possible, and will disappear within a few weeks, it is thus not recommended to expose it to the sun during this period.
The number of sessions will depend on the type of tattoo (amateur or professional) as well as on the characteristics of the pigment (nature, depth and intensity).
You need to be a little patient but the result worth it!