Laser Tattoo Removal

10
Aug

How long do I need to wait in between my laser tattoo removal treatments?

When you start researching about the laser tattoo removal process, one question you might have is ‘How long do I need to wait in between my laser tattoo removal treatments?’ And you might be surprised to learn you need to wait at least 6-8 weeks between laser tattoo removal treatments. If you speak to a laser tattoo removal expert, they

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10
Aug

How many treatments for laser tattoo removal?

You only have to take a stroll along the beach to see how popular tattoos are. However, getting a tattoo isn’t like getting your hair or nails done, where you are required to go back every 4-8 weeks, tattoos are permanent and last forever. Like hairstyle trends, tattoo trends also change, which means more and more people are starting to

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10
Aug

Why does laser tattoo removal cause frosting?

If you have just made the decision to get rid of your tattoo, and already started doing some research, you’ve probably come across the term ‘Frosting’. You may have seen some images or videos of the ‘frosting’ caused by laser tattoo removal. So why does laser tattoo removal cause frosting? ‘Frosting’ or whitening of the tattoo pigment is the reaction

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10
Aug

Laser tattoo removal and pain management

Is laser tattoo removal painful? We don’t like to use the word painful. We prefer to say it feels ‘uncomfortable’ but it’s manageable. In saying that, everyone’s pain threshold is different. What you find painful may not be painful for the next person. And the best thing is, there are pain management options out there for you. Skin Cooling Machine

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1
Apr

How does laser tattoo removal work?

How does laser tattoo removal work? Let’s first understand how tattoos work. The tattoo pigment is placed in the Dermis. This is the deeper layers of the skin, and the ink particles cannot be absorbed by the body here. This makes the ink permanent. Tattoo laser removal works by directing the laser light onto the tattoo. The laser light is

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11
Jul

Laser tattoo removal aftercare

At Goodbye Tattoos, we give you comprehensive laser tattoo removal aftercare advice, to ensure quick healing and faster ink elimination. The tattoo removal process does not just stop after you have had the actual treatment. Follow our tips below to reduce discomfort and speed up the tattoo removal process. Do not exercise for 24-48 hours post a treatment. The area

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24
Jun

WHAT NOT TO DO BEFORE A LASER TATTOO REMOVAL TREATMENT

So, you have finally decided to get rid of that unwanted tattoo. And you have many questions about the tattoo removal process. And we want to help you on your journey to tattoo free skin. Before you make an appointment, below are some helpful tips on what not to do before a laser tattoo removal treatment. Follow these and you’ll

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6
May

Can blue and green tattoos be removed?

People always wonder, can blue and green tattoos be removed? The answer is yes…..IF the right technology is used. Every tattoo is different and therefore needs the right wavelength to remove it.  Laser tattoo removal works by directing the laser energy onto the tattooed area. The tattoo absorbs the laser light energy, which breaks the ink into tiny little particles.

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14
Mar

Laser tattoo removal in winter

Thinking about getting rid of that tattoo but just don’t know when is a good time? Although tattoo removal can be done throughout the year, starting your laser tattoo removal journey in winter has proven to be the most effective time. Here’s why… Keeping it out of the sun To have the most effective laser tattoo removal treatment, we advise

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7
Sep

R20 method of laser tattoo removal

You are here because you want to get rid of your tattoo as quick as you can. And when doing a lot of research and reading on the subject, you kept coming across the R20 method of laser tattoo removal. So what is the R20 method? The R20 method doesn’t require new equipment or any extra training per se, as

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