24 Jun 2019
June 24, 2019

Laser Tattoo Removal Of A Paper Plane

This paper plane is flying off the client, who wants to do a larger, more complex back piece instead of these two smaller tattoos. An average of 2-5 treatments will be required to achieve enough fading for the cover-up to be done.

The white “frosting” that appears immediately after the the laser is water vapor, a byproduct of the laser tattoo removal treatment. Within 10 minutes, this fades and is not a burn or blister.

In the left hand is a hose that’s connected to a cryo-chiller, a device that blows extremely cold air onto the skin before and during a treatment to help reduce any short-term swelling, a common side effect. It is not a vacuum.

What you see here was filmed in real time, showing just how fast tattoo removal treatments are.

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