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Tattoo Removal - iPalomar
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Tattoo Removal

Fallen out of love with your tattoo?

You don‘t have to live with unwanted tattoos when Laser Tattoo Removal delivers:

  • Fast treatment sessions
  • Dramatic reduction in the appearance of tattoos
  • Reduced risk of scarring or infection
  • Minimal post-procedure downtime
 
Embrace the ease and simplicity of Laser Tattoo Removal. Tattoos aren’t as permanent as they used to be. A good thing, since tattoos can lose their appeal over time! With Laser Tattoo Removal, you can drastically reduce the appearance of your tattoo with excellent long-term results.
 
Laser Tattoo Removal is the preferred treatment over skin bleaching or surgery, because it doesn’t damage your skin — but it does target and destroy tattoo ink with precision and ease. The result? Even the darkest tattoos fade away.
 
When you’re ready to say goodbye to your tattoos and hello to clearer, ink-free skin, you’re ready for Laser Tattoo Removal. Laser Tattoo Removal can be performed on all skin types, and it can be used on faces and bodies. It’s the tattoo removal solution for dramatic and lasting results.
 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

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Am I a good candidate for this procedure?

Laser Tattoo Removal can be performed on all skin types, including very light and very dark skin. Your provider will discuss with you whether you are a good candidate for this treatment.

 
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How does it work?

Beams of laser light target and destroy pigment in tattoo ink without harming the surrounding skin, so there’s minimal risk of scarring and no extensive recovery.

 
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How long does it take?

Laser Tattoo Removal treatment generally takes just minutes for small areas and about a half-an-hour for larger areas.

 
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Does it hurt?

Most people experience some discomfort during the treatment. Ask your provider about pain management options.

 
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How many treatments will I need?

Usually, several treatments will be required for the best results. The number of treatment sessions required depends on how deeply the ink particles penetrated the skin and the chemical makeup of the inks that were used. Amateur tattoo ink can be removed more easily than professional tattoos, since the ink is closer to the skin surface.

 
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How quickly will I recover?

Most people typically resume their regular activities immediately after the treatment session.

 
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Are there any side effects?

Typical side effects include tenderness and scabbing at the treatment site after the procedure, which will resolve shortly after treatment. Your provider will discuss other potential side effects with you.

 
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