At LUSH Skin & Laser Clinic we use the Spectra XT Expert Dual Mode Q-Switched Nd-Yag laser. The robust Spectra XT is the state of the art tattoo removal laser. The Q-Switched Laser has become the gold standard treatment for across all colours of tattoo removal.
By creating a very short high energy pulse, the tattoo ink is thermo-acoustically broken up into minute particles that the body can readily absorb. As the laser attacks the tattoo, a light grey “frosting” appears on the tattoo, a signal that the appropriate energy was applied and the removal process will begin. As the industry grows, so do the number of devices on the market.
We strongly suggest you research the laser devices offered by clinics before starting any laser tattoo removal. Q switched lasers are currently the safest and most effective method for removing or fading tattoos with least chance of scarring compared to other forms of tattoo removal. Not all devices are created equal and successful outcome depends on a variety of factors.
How much will it cost?
Not every tattoo is the same. Tattoos come in all shapes and sizes and the cost to remove a tattoo will vary from client to client. Consultation is paramount. During your consultation, our laser therapists will indicate the approximate number of treatments required to achieve your desired outcome. Our price per treatment is based on the size of the tattoo. Following a consultation with our laser specialists we will be able to provide you with the cost for each treatment.
We guarantee that you won’t find a better laser tattoo removal service in the Shepparton regional area. Our unique understanding of the skin, how your lymphatic system works and our world-first pre and post treatments is what will make your tattoos removal experience a safe one.
How many treatments are required?
Several treatments are generally required for tattoo removal. Multi-coloured and professional tattoos are harder to remove than single coloured or amateur tattoos and require more treatments. Anywhere from 5-15 or more treatments can be required depending on various factors such as skin type, location of tattoo, colour, amount of ink, scarring and layering of tattoo.