Laser removal

Discover Revolutionary Tattoo Removal at Esteticline with Nd:Yag Q-switch Laser

At Esteticline, we use advanced Nd:Yag Q-switch technology for safe and effective tattoo removal. This innovative laser works with ultra-short flashes, gently breaking down the pigment without harming your skin.

How We Achieve Results:

  • The Nd:Yag Q-switch laser acts precisely, fragmenting the pigment and making it accessible for elimination by the immune system. As a result, your tattoo or permanent makeup will gradually fade over 6-8 weeks.
  • The number of procedures is tailored individually and depends on several factors, which our specialist will consider during the initial consultation.

Frequency and Types of Procedures:

  • Procedures are carried out at intervals of 8-12 weeks to ensure maximum effectiveness and care for your skin health.
  • We specialize in removing black, red, and brown tattoos.
  • However, it should be noted that green, blue, yellow, and white colors are not removed by this method.

Procedure Details:

  • For black pigment, a wavelength of 1064 nm is used, for brown and red - 532 nm.
  • After removing eyebrow tattoo, the eyebrow hairs may temporarily turn white, but this does not affect their growth. Moreover, laser exposure can stimulate eyebrow growth.

Post-Procedure Recommendations:

  • -24-72 hours after the procedure, cool the skin with packs at a temperature of 10-15 degrees (not ice packs!)

    (These can be packs from the refrigerator, for example, with milk, sour cream, etc.)

  • Avoid alcohol consumption until the swelling has fully subsided

Restrictions After the Procedure for 5-7 Days:

  1. Heat treatments (baths, saunas)
  2. Skin-damaging procedures (peelings, injections)
  3. Laser and photo procedures (epilation, rejuvenation)
  4. When staying in the sun, use SPF 30-50.
  5. Do not expose the treated skin areas to the sun.

Important to Know:

There are certain contraindications for laser tattoo removal

  • blood clotting disorders;
  • type I diabetes;
  • tendency to form keloid scars;
  • cold, elevated body temperature;
  • oncological diseases;
  • systemic connective tissue diseases;
  • skin diseases in the acute stage in the area of impact;
  • acute purulent infection in the area of impact;
  • use of isotretinoin drugs less than 6 months before the procedure;
  • use of gold salt preparations;
  • use of topical retinoids less than 2 weeks before the procedure;
  • use of drugs causing photosensitization;
  • active form of herpes;
  • pregnancy, breastfeeding;
  • mental disorders, epilepsy;
  • high blood pressure;
  • known increased sensitivity to laser exposure.

All consultations are free of charge!


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