Paint the Town Red: Newtown Laser Tattoo Removal Sydney

Newtown Laser Tattoo Removal

At Newtown Laser Tattoo Removal Sydney, we offer the latest technology in full sleeve or partial tattoo removal. Unlike many other laser clinics, we are based in a tattoo studio and have a full understanding of how a tattoo is applied. We can offer either a complete removal service or we can also work alongside our team of skilled tattoo artists to fade or correct unwanted body art enabling successful and attractive cover ups to be applied. With our trained and knowledgeable experts, we can help you to remove unwanted tattoos, fade or correct them.

Regretting your tattoo?

If you now regret having a tattoo and would like to remove it, then help is at hand. Laser tattoo removal is a safe and effective treatment that makes tattoos of all sizes and colours simply fade away.

These are the following factors that influence each individual treatment:

1- Quantity of ink used

2-Depth of the ink placed in the skin

3-Type of ink used

4-Location on the body

5-Age of the tattoo

6-Colour inks used

7-Size of Tattoo

Why choose Newtown Tattoo?

Newtown is fast becoming the gold standard in tattoo removal offering a safe, fast and effective solution to your tattoo reduction or permanent removal. As we are very successful with our clients and strive to help as many people as we can we offer competitive pricing and tailored, expert advice.

How Tattoo Removal Works

To have a good understanding of how laser tattoo removal works its important to understand how the tattoo is made to make it permanent.

How tattoos are inserted

Tattoos are made using a motorised needle, this needle pricks holes in the upper epidermal layers, and at the same time this needle injects the ink into those holes, that ink then connects with the skin molecules which makes the tattoo permanent.

What does the laser do to the ink?

The ink in your tattoo gets broken down with high energy bursts of light with lasers. The length of time the light is pulsed gives a very accurate way of delivering an exact amount of energy.

The light breaks up the ink particles into tiny fragments which are taken up by the macro-phage scavenger cells in the skin, and carried away by the body’s waste removal systems.

Where does the ink go?

As the pigment is carried away by the immune system very slowly, the tattoo gradually disappears. Simple and amateur tattoos may dissolve after about three treatments, but more treatments can be necessary especially depending on what colours have been used, the location of the tattoo, how well the tattoo has been done and the person’s individual immune system. Feeling Blue? Come on down to Newtown Tattoo and paint the town Red!