It is an effective and safe treatment for those who want to eliminate Unwanted Tattoos. However, one can never guarantee the complete removal of Tattoo pigments.

We use US FDA-approved Hellios II fractional Q switch ND Yag laser, which is very Safe and effective for tattoo removal.


How does It work?

Hellios II uses fractional Laser beam technology, making the procedure safer, Effective and less painful. The technology targets a high-Intensity Fractional Beam on the Tattoo, which breaks the coloured pigment. Finally, it is absorbed by the body. 

A series of sessions are required to lighten and erase the Tattoo.


How Many Sessions are Required?

The number of sessions depends on the” Type of Tattoo “, whether it is Professional or amateur. It is easier to remove amateur tattoos than professional ones.

  • You would notice a lightening of the Tattoo after every session.
  • Depending on the Kind of Tattoo, 1 to 10 sessions are required.
  • Each session might last for 5 – 10 minutes, depending on the size of the Tattoo.


What is Special in Hellios II Laser Tattoo Removal?

Hellios II uses Fractional beam technology for Tattoo removal; compared to other lasers on the market, it has minimal Pain and Fewer chances of burning, Scarring, and Pigmentation.

Moreover, we have a very High Satisfaction rate among our patients.


What is the Recovery like?

A mild reddening & warmth is the most common effect. It usually lasts a few hours to a few days. Occasionally red spots are visible that fade entirely and do not scar.


What is the risk associated with Laser Tattoo Removal?

The most common risks of laser tattoo removal are unsuccessful or incomplete removal of tattoo pigment or temporary or permanent lightening or darkening of the skin’s pigment. Besides, an allergic reaction, skin infection, burns or scarring, and elevated and keloidal scars are other potential risks of laser treatment. Certain tattoo pigments can darken with laser treatment. Patients with a history of abnormal or keloidal scarring, who have taken Accutane in the past year or who are taking medications, or who have health conditions that may compromise their ability to fight infection may not be candidates for laser tattoo removal.

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