About Laser Removal
Tattoo removal has been performed with various tools since the start of tattooing. While tattoos are generally considered permanent, it is now possible to remove them with treatments, fully or partially using a non-invasive Q-switched laser.
Our ND Yag Q Switched laser is best known for effectively and safely removing of tattoos of all colours as well as minimising the risk of scaring. The laser light emitted by the system has a strong penetration ability which allows the correct light source to reach deep into the dermis layer. The pigment and particles absorb the light energy and dissipate rapidly, thus diminishing the colour density. This process is called selective heat absorption.
Thread Vein & Age Spot removal on all parts of your body can be treated. The most common treatments are for superficial veins in the facial, chest or leg areas.
As the treatment relies on absorption of light by the haemoglobin in the blood, the most effective results are seen with light skin. The lighter the skin, the more pronounced the contrast between the vessel and the skin, making treatment easier. However, AW3® systems have pre-programmed settings for different skin colours that deliver the correct energy output for your complexion.
About our laser
AW3 Flash Ink ND Laser System
The AW3®Flash Ink- ND Yag Laser system is best known to be the most effective tattoo removal system. When shooting the Neo Dynamium – Yttrium Aluminium Garnet Laser at the treated area, the pigment particles absorb the light energy and explode rapidly, bursting into tiny pieces, thus diminishing the colour density to get rid of tattoo and skin pigments.
Using the Allwhite3000 Nd Yag laser can safely and effectively remove tattoos, permanent make up, and skin pigmentation such as Nevus of Ota, age spots, sunspots and birthmarks. Tattoo ink particles are too large for the body’s immune system to remove naturally because when tattoo pigment is injected into the lower layers of the skin (dermis) it becomes locked away by a wall of collagen fibres. Q-switched lasers produce very short bursts of high-energy laser light. The light is absorbed by the large ink particles, generating heat that shatters the tattoo pigment into minute particles, which the body is able to remove. Because the tattoo ink selectively absorbs the laser energy, the surrounding skin doesn’t overheat and there is no lasting damage.