Laser Tattoo Removal *
Laser Tattoo Removal Procedure, Benefits - 180 medspa
It is estimated that close to 10% of the U.S. population has some sort of tattoo.
Eventually, as many as 50% of them want to have laser tattoo removal.
There is good news for those who have an unwanted body design. 180 medspa offers a pain-free solution using a MedLite C6 Laser. This laser is considered the “gold standard” in tattoo removal, and 180 medspa offers each client the option of receiving local anesthesia prior to treatment.
Note: Results may vary with each individual patient.
Tattoo removal with no pain!
The MedLite C6 Laser removes most tattoo ink (blacks and colors) with very low risk of scarring. The MedLite C6 Laser is proven to be reputable, reliable, and highly effective in removing unwanted ink.
Like other laser treatments, the MedLite C6 uses the energy of light to treat an affected area of skin. The targeted light passes through the skin and is absorbed by the ink; the rapid absorption of light energy causes the tattoo ink to break into tiny particles and is then filtered through the body’s natural drainage system. Our highly trained Nurse Practitioner knows the exact wavelength of light to use for each of your tattoo’s colors, so you don’t have to worry about the greens, blues, and blacks on your skin any more.
Your unwanted ink will gradually fade (up to 95%) with several laser treatments – usually 6-10 sessions, about 6-8 weeks apart. During your complimentary consultation, our estheticians will help determine the number of treatments you’ll need, as the number depends on the size, type of ink, and age of the tattoo.
The good news is that with the MedLite C6, tattoo removal is about 5-10 times faster than with other Q-switch lasers. 180 medspa is proud of our success with tattoo removal and will happily consult with you regarding treatments and pricing. If you are ready to embrace the “nothing lasts forever” mantra, make an appointment for a consultation with 180 medspa today!
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*Note: Results may vary with each individual patient.