A tattoo is simply a technique for pictorial decoration on a person’s body and the decoration produced by such a technique.

This is one procedure that requires a lot of patience; you need to have multiple sessions stretched over a year or more, in other to see results. The success of any tattoo removal depends on many variable factors like; the depth of the ink, the size, color, location of the tattoo, age of the tattoo, the individual person and the kind of pigment used by the tattooist.

The standard procedure is the use of high-powered lasers to penetrate the skin and remove tattoo pigments. This pulse of energy heats up the ink particles within the cells in your skin to dissolve it. Often, lasers don’t completely remove a tattoo. Instead, they lighten or fade it so it is much less noticeable.

Laser tattoo removal also comes with some risks, as it can cause damage to sweat glands, sight impairment due to prolonged exposure to laser beams, and infection on the skin. But with improved technology in recent years, the outcomes of laser tattoo removal have become more positive by increasing efficacy and reducing the risk of adverse effects.