Fotona StarWalker PQX – Pico Laser Treatment for Laser Tattoo Removal

Pico Laser Treatment for Laser Tattoo Removal

Tattoos are very popular, but some people live to regret the decision to have had a tattoo in the first place. The happy news is that tattoos need not be permanent anymore (yes, it can be removed!)

With the right laser machine and settings as well as the experience of an aesthetic doctor, all the common tattoo colours can be removed; especially if it is black and red in colour.


Pico Laser Treatment for Laser Tattoo Removal

The StarWalker PQX machine is the fastest rate picosecond laser machine in the market. Combined with doctors with 30 years of experience, rest assured that all are in good hands when it comes to removing the pigment in the skin without the need for excision.

  • FDA-Approved
  • Safe & Effective
  • Removes most Tattoo Colours (in one to a few sessions depending on individual’s tattoo condition)
  • For amateur and professional tattoos
  • Minimal to no side effects

Pico Laser Treatment for Laser Tattoo Removal

[The Process – How does Pico Laser Tattoo Removal works?]

Laser targets the tattoo with very short and strong laser pulses that penetrate deep into the skin, without injuring the top layers. These pulses are then absorbed by the pigments in the ink which breaks them up into smaller particles. These are then naturally absorbed by the body’s own immune system. Individuals who have had tattoo removal by Pico laser says that it is bearable and it feels just like a rubber band snapping the skin.

Fotona Fractat Tattoo Removal

How many treatment sessions will it take to remove the tattoo?

The number of treatments depends on the size of your tattoo as well as its location, depth and colour. Amateur tattoos may be the easiest to remove whereas professional ones may require more sessions. The tattoo will fade slowly between treatments as your body removes the remainders of the tattoo pigments.

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