With the popularity of tattoos constantly rising and rates of tattoo regret high as well, the demand for tattoo removal has been rapidly growing.
Fortunately, the latest advances in lasers allow practitioners to now remove tattoos and return the skin to its natural appearance.
Tattoo removal laser systems, also described as “q-switched lasers,” have been used for the past few decades and are trusted by dermatologists and skin specialists around the world for their unparalleled ability to treat pigments in the skin – whether artificial (like tattoo ink) or natural (like age spots and sun spots).
In recent years, tattoo removal laser machines have become more complex and powerful, removing tattoos in fewer sessions and with better capability for treating colorful inks.
If you are first starting to explore the options for laser tattoo removal systems, there are many laser specifications to consider. There are different types of Q-switched lasers designed for treating different ink colors, so you should consider what your clinic’s goals are before purchasing a laser.