Tattoo Laser Removal
Laser tattoo removal 2x5cm: 15000HUF
Laser tattoo removal 5x5cm: 22000HUF
Laser tattoo removal 10x10cm: 45000HUF
Local discount, with Hungarian ID you can enjoy 20% discount or with Orient Premium Beauty Membership you can enjoy 50% discount.
Laser tattoo removal is a gentle process that allows you to remove unwanted tattoos.
The tattoo disappears without a trace with 5-8 treatments. The method is also suitable for the partial disappearance of the tattoo, so the damaged parts can also be repaired. Tattoos of any color can be removed from any part of the body.
The laser beam is absorbed in the paint particle and “explodes” small pieces out of it, which phagocytes can already carry away. The laser beam first acts in a layer of dye closer to the surface of the skin, which disappears in about three weeks. We can then penetrate deeper and deeper with the following treatments until the unwanted tattoo is absorbed. The number of treatments depends on the quality of the dye, the amount applied under the skin, and the depth of intake. We cannot guarantee the complete removal of the tattoo in all cases, because the dyes of tattoos are varied and may be unknown to us.
Is the treatment uncomfortable?
The procedure can be a little uncomfortable, but not nearly as much as making the tattoo itself.
Before your treatment:
- No sun-tanning or self-tanners 4 weeks prior to treatment. It includes spray tans, tanning lotions, tanning beds, sun exposure, etc.
- Avoid treatments that may irritate the skin for 1-2 weeks prior to treatment (waxing, depilatories, etc.)
- A cold compress will help reduce any swelling and take the “sting” out of the treated area
- You should keep the treated area away from strong sunlight for a few weeks or to use a sun protective cream (at least SPF30)
- The most important consideration is that the treated area should be kept clean and dry but avoid a very hot baths or showers.
- Under no circumstances should you “pick” at the blisters. These should be allowed to heal and flake away naturally.
- Liver diseases such as Hepatitis A, B, C
- Type 1 diabetes
- An active localized or systemic infection, or an open wound in the area being treated
- The use of anticoagulants (Decrease your blood's ability to clot)
- Keloids (colored or raised scars)
The potential risks of the treatment:
- Blistering (These blisters are usually superficial, contain water and ink, and heal within 3 to 14 days)
- Scabbing (Like blistering, scabs contain the tattoo ink particles, forming within eight hours to three days after your session. They should heal in about two weeks)
- Hyper and hypopigmentation