Improvement may not be seen in the tattoo or lesion for up to six weeks after a treatment. These Laser treatments should normally be repeated at six-week intervals. Continued improvement can occur for several months after treatment. The goal and purpose of the procedure is to attempt removal of the tattoo, or to make the pattern as unrecognisable as possible by lightening the pigment. In some cases, laser treatment fails to remove all pigment, especially from professionally applied tattoos or deep amateur tattoos. This particular Laser is effective on nearly all pigment colours including black, red, yellow, blue, green and purple.
Multiple treatments are generally required, and we are unable to warranty any particular result, and we are unable to offer any form of refund even if your results are not to an extent that you were hoping for. Nor can we offer any refund if you experience any form of side-effect.
Compliance with the aftercare guidelines is crucial for healing, prevention of scarring, and prevention of hyper-pigmentation. Aftercare guidelines include avoiding the sun for 2 months after each procedure. If it is necessary to be in the sun, a sunscreen with SPF 25 or greater must be used. Occasionally treatments will result in blistering or scab formation and will require care with dressings and anti-bacterial ointments while they are healing. Full details of how to care these outcomes are given to you at the time of your consultation.