Laser tattoo removal is often the solution that comes to mind when the topic of erasing body art arises. And why not? Medical professionals and tattoo-removal specialists approve of the process. Throw in the fact that most clinics and hospitals offer the service, and you’re in for a convenient ride.
As with every medical procedure, laser tattoo removal has its own set of side effects and complications. Though hailed safe by health authorities, individual makeup still comes into play as far as outcomes are concerned.
Thus, it pays to be a step ahead by reading up on the side...
It is estimated that close to 25% of the Australian population alone has some sort of tattoo and as many as 50% of them want to have at least one tattoo removed.
There is good news for those who have an unwanted design. Newer laser tattoo removal techniques can eliminate your tattoo with minimal side effects. I for one have had a tattoo removed very successfully with no scarring or damage to the skin.
So how does laser tattoo removal work?