Tattooing involves the injection of ink or pigment to the skin in order to obtain a drawing. It remains permanently in the skin over the life course. Tattoos are often witnesses to a phenomenon of fashion or the manifestation of a desire for originality. However their final characters can generate a sense of weariness or cause discomfort in social and professional life especially when they sit on the parties discovered as the hands and forearms.
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The number of sessions of de-tatouage varies strongly according to the nature of the tattoo and the skin of the subject. It takes between 2 and 3 sessions for a tattoo superficial amateur (pique needle and black ink that would have blued with time) on an area of about 5 to 10 cm².
For a professional tattoo, depending on the use that was made of colors, can be counted up to a dozen sessions to remove a tattoo, to multiply on the surface affected by the tattoo of course.
Just like a tattoo, it is mandatory to let the skin rest and heal between different sessions, with 1 to 2 months between tattoo removal sessions: forget the idea of removing your tattoo in the back before the summer recess, it is expected that it will take probably longer than originally envisaged: the laser tattoo removal causes trauma to the skin similar to that of the tattoo , with the formation of crusts.
The duration of a tattoo removal treatment can easily go from 1 to 2 years depending on the surface and the nature of the tattoo. It is both essential to go through a doctor, who will tell you more easily the duration to predict on the basis of your tattoo to be removed.
During a session of laser tattoo removal, the doctor as patient must wear protective goggles. Each session lasts between 10 and 20 minutes on average, depending on the area to be treated. The impact of the laser beam on the pigments is quite lively and fast, coming form a bleaching the area flashed, or even of low bleeding with sometimes projections from debris.