Laser Tattoo Removal

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Tattoos have long been a popular form of self-expression and body art. But there may come a time when individuals wish to remove them for personal, aesthetic, or professional reasons.

When it comes to tattoo removal, laser therapy is commonly viewed as the most effective approach, with equipment selection being a vital factor. Among the available options, Q-switch laser tattoo removal stands out for its exceptional performance and safety.

The Q-switch laser is a next-generation technology that emits high-power laser beams so precisely that they do not cause thermal interaction with surrounding tissues. This ensures minimal internal damage while specifically targeting tattoo ink pigments. Each pigment absorbs the light energy at its corresponding wavelength, breaking the tattoo ink particles into tiny fragments. The body can then process and eliminate these smaller particles naturally and more efficiently.


  • The response to laser treatment may vary for each tattoo due to a range of factors such as the natural skin colour, age of the tattoo, ink colour and depth, size and concentration of ink particles, and the individual's immune system. When you have a consultation, we will give you an estimate of the number of sessions needed to remove your tattoo.
  • Q-switch laser produces long-lasting result for tattoo removal.
  • Yes, a Q-switch laser is the most secure and efficient way to remove tattoos, but complete removal may necessitate multiple treatment sessions.
  • Laser tattoo removal might cause some discomfort, but it is generally manageable. To make the procedure as painless as possible, an anaesthetic cream is applied before treatment.
  • Apply a cold compress to reduce swelling and alleviate discomfort in the treated area.
  • Use a gentle moisturiser several times daily to keep the area moist and protected for the first few days.
  • Keep the treated area away from direct sunlight for a few days.
  • Maintain the treated area clean and dry.
  • Avoid scalding baths and showers; use warm water and gently pat dry without rubbing.