Because you are not satisfied with the tattoo effect or the freshness is too high, you want to wash the tattoo off and restore the original skin. CO2 ultra pulse laser tattoo washing is an effective method to remove tattoos. So, what are the advantages of CO2 ultra pulsed laser tattoo removal?
Advantages of CO2 ultra pulsed laser tattoo removal
- High efficiency and few times. Laser is much better than nanosecond laser (Q-switched laser). With 755 wavelength, it is easier to be absorbed by pigment tissue. The pigment clearance rate is fast. The speed of tattoo washing is more than 10 times that of traditional Q-switched laser. Therefore, the treatment efficiency is greatly improved and the treatment time is greatly shortened.
- High power and little damage. The peak power of the laser is high. On the basis of breaking the pigment particles, the side damage to the surrounding normal tissues can be ignored, so it is very safe.
- No scars. Laser tattoo washing requires less laser dose to achieve effective therapeutic effect. The tissue receives lower dose stimulation, which is less traumatic and is not easy to produce wounds and scars.
CO2 ultra pulsed laser tattoo removal
Number of tattoo removal by CO2 ultra pulse laser
Ordinary tattoo, because the use of prickle pigment is mostly ordinary ink, not only coarse particles, and impurities, so the treatment difficulty is bigger than the tattoo and eye lines, usually need to completely remove, need 3-5 times, some patients may need more long time treatment.
The treatment of color tattoos is also more difficult than ordinary ones, requiring more treatment times. The interval between two treatments is 2 months. Because this laser hardly damages the skin, there are generally no spots after treatment, which can completely restore the natural color of the skin. However, people with some scar constitution may have scar reaction. Therefore, before treatment, patients should tell the tattoo washing shop about the situation.
There are great individual differences in the body’s response to laser treatment. In addition, each patient’s condition is light and heavy, so there are great individual differences in the number of treatments per person.