Laser removal

The removal of a tattoo occurs when influenced by a laser beam of a certain length that destroys the particles of the pigment inside the skin. Particles of the pigment absorb the laser and are divided into tiny shards which afterwards dissolve. The tattoo fades with every procedure. Thus the laser destroys the pigment in the epidermal and dermal layers of the skin without harming healthy skin.

A specific wave length protects the skin prom getting harmed by the laser in any way. The skin gradually gets rid of the destroyed pigment through natural processes.
The process is repeated every 30-60 days, based on the characteristics of the tattoo and skin. The number of procedures needed depends on the depth of the pigment, the laser is only capable to dissolve the top layer during every procedure.

The procedure can not be considered painless, but with the right care will not leave any scaring whatsoever. The tattoo is removed forever.

This procedure has no side effects and is an excellent option for deleting badly made permanent make up of lips, eyebrows, eyelids, birthmarks and different skin pigmentation.
Unfortunately not every tattoo can be completely removed.

The efficiency of the procedure depends on different factors:
  • The pigment used in the process
  • The depth of the pigment
  • The density of the used pigment
  • How injured the skin is after the tattoo
The color of the pigment as well as of the skin are also important factors.
An average tattoo requires about 5 procedures to be completely removed. One procedure for a square tattoo of 10x10cm lasts about 10-15 minutes.

Recommendation for healing:

It is advised not to use cosmetics, wash or touch the part of the skin that was influenced by the laser 1-3 days after the procedure. Refrain from sunbathing not to cause hyperpigmentation.

Vitamin C consumption protects the skin prom the reappearance of the pigment. Before the protective layer comes off the skin please refrain from soaking the skin and touching it.

It is advised to refrain from eating spicy food, sea food, smoking and drinking wine as well as consuming dark colored products such as Coke and coffee in the first week after the procedure.


- What makes this procedure unsuitable for me?
  • Malignant changes in the skin
  • Skin illnesses(eczema)
  • Certain forms of diabetes
  • Third trimester pregnancy
  • Skin inflammation
  • Herpes (in case of working with lip permanent make up)
- How long does the procedure last?
It may last from several seconds to about 30 minutes, depending on the size. The average time is 5-10 minutes plus 15 minutes for the anesthetic.

- How many procedures until complete removal?
It all depends on the depth. If you only need to fade the previous tattoo or permanent make up to covet it up with a new procedure, then you need 1 to 3 removal procedures. In order to completely remove the tattoo you will need from 5 to 10 procedures.

- How long does the skin heal afterwards?
10-15 for the naked eye, but the full regeneration of the skin occurs in about 28 days.

- How often do I repeat the procedure?
The minimum time between procedures is one month.

- Is it true that new technologies make tattoo removal quick and painless?
Not quite. It may seem like a quick and easy task, but in reality its much more time consuming than doing a tattoo.

- Is it possible to delete a colorful tattoo?
This process is more difficult. Green and red may become darker after the first procedure. White and yellow are very difficult to completely get rid of.

- I already started tattoo removal and a brown mark appeared, why?
After removing black pigment, sometimes, brown spots appear, the spots dissolve after a long time (about a year). Hyperpigmentation looks like small suntan spots.