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Different Methods For Tattoo Removal

Having tattoo seems a good idea at the time but it might not appeal you any more if your taste changes over the year. It is the reality that more than 50 percent of people who have tattoos on their skin want to get rid of them after some period of time. For those who would like to get rid of tattoos, various methods for tattoo removal are available. Each method has its own pros and cons and the outcomes also vary. Here we will discuss some methods for tattoo removal that might be helpful for you if you also want to get rid of tattoo somewhere on your body.

Laser Tattoo Removal:

Laser tattoo removal is probably the most common tattoo removal method. During this procedure, laser energy is used to break the pigments in the tattoo into tiny fragments. For this purpose, laser device is moved across the area of skin having tattoo. The laser beam penetrates the skin and targets the pigments in tattoo without damaging skin. The pigments are broken down into tiny fragments that are then removed by body’s own process. Different wavelengths of laser are used to break down different colors used is tattoo. Laser is considered more effective for dark colors as it gives quick results for them. Laser tattoo removal requires multiple sessions for optimal results but outcomes are really effective.

Salabrasion:

Salabrasion is the oldest tattoo removal method. It uses saline solution to peel away the upper layers of skin that destroys tissues. salabrasion fades the tattoo but it rarely removes it completely. There is high risk of scarring after salabrasion.

Dermabrasion:

This procedure also involves removal of upper layers of skin but abrasive materials like wire brush and sandpaper disc are used for this purpose. Removing ink that is deeper in the skin is more painful and difficult. Risk of scarring is associated with this procedure also.

Excision:

This procedure is mostly suitable for small tattoos. It involves surgically cutting out the tattoo and then skin is sewn together. The disadvantage of this procedure is that it leaves scar behind and requires significant time for recovery. Removing large tattoos with excision may also need skin grafting.

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) therapy:

In this procedure, high intensity light is used to remove tattoo. This procedure is considered less painful and more effective than other methods for tattoo removal. In this procedure, gel is applied on the skin and then wand is used to emit pulses of light. The light destroys the pigments in the tattoo. IPL is more effective but it may cost you more than other options.

All the above mentioned tattoo removal are no doubt effective but laser tattoo removal is gaining more popularity because it is less painful, gives more effective results and less side effects are associated with it.

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