The tattoo remover is applied in a similar manner to having a tattoo or micropigmentation applied using the same equipment.
The tattoo extraction formula gets to work almost immediately drawing the original tattoo ink upwards through the skin.
A crust containing the tattoo ink will form over the treated area, over the next couple of weeks as the skin heals it will push more of the unwanted ink out. The crust will start to naturally fall away taking that unwanted tattoo ink with it.
Some of the remaining ink can also move into the epidermis, the layer of skin that is naturally being constantly shed, and thus the area may lighten further over the following weeks.
The treated area should be allowed to heal for 6-8 weeks following treatment before subsequent treatments. If colour is to be reapplied allow 6 months following final treatment.
After treatment the skin will have some redness which will gradually subside.
It is important to note that with any method or technology used to effect tattoo removal there are risks involved which may include permanent scarring. There are a number steps that can be utilised to reduce these risks and there are treatments available to reduce scarring should it occur. Unfortunately tattoos are not as easy to remove as they are to apply.