Tattoo removal for body tattoos and permanent cosmetics.
Tattoos have become a very popular way of permanently modifying our appearance however as time passes we can come to regret the decision. What seemed like a good idea at the time can cause problems in later life. An unwanted tattoo can lead to psychological distress and cause difficulty in social and work environments.
Our Tattoo removal utilises a specially designed inorganic chemical remover developed by Rejuvi Laboratory California which is applied in the same method as the original tattoo, it’s designed to draw the tattoo pigment out of the skin, removing the unwanted tattoo.
Does it work?
Due to the unique nature of every tattoo removal cannot be guaranteed, however the success rate of body tattoo removal is around 92% while for permanent cosmetics is 100%. Based on data from cosmetic dermatology trial 2001, (removal defined as no appreciable colour remaining after 1 treatment). New treatment methods now use multiple treatments over a greater timeframe for better results and lower risk. The eventual success can be effected by the condition and circumstances of the original tattoo. For technical information on the removers formulation and function please see relevant information in the professional section.
How soon will I see the results?
This treatment is very effective at removing body tattoos and permanent makeup. The crust that forms over the area should primarily take on the colours of the underlying tattoo, as the crust falls away it will take the unwanted tattoo ink with it. It is likely that parts of the tattoo will be almost completely gone on just the first treatment. Your tattoo can be completely removed in just a matter of months, compared to years that it takes with laser.
How frequently can I have the treatment?
It will generally take around 2 to 3 weeks from the initial treatment for most of the crusting to fall away, normally after around eight to twelve weeks the area is healed sufficiently for further treatment. You may also take breaks in the treatment without effecting the outcome.