Tattoos were once considered permanent. Now, with laser tattoo removal it is possible to remove them.
Procedure performed by Ashbury Clinic. Before and after photos are samples of the results you can achieve. Please note these photos are for illustrative purposes only.
Why choose Ashbury Cosmetic for your tattoo removal
- Fully qualified cosmetic doctors and laser practitioners
- QLD radiation health licensed
- Latest technology in laser machines
- Affordable prices (BONUS Free Treatment available)
- Thousands of satisfied clients over 16 years
- Attention to detail
- Minimal discomfort (local anaesthetic cream used)
- Minimal chance of scarring with Ashbury’s gentle laser
The cost of each session can vary depending on the size of the area treated. The size of the tattoo also determines the timeframe given to eliminate your tattoo because there are a high number of variables relating to each individuals tattoo. Some of the variables include:
- Colour of the tattoo
- Your complexion
- Type of dye used
- How your body eliminates waste products
- Depth of tattoo within the skin
If requested, a local or topical anaesthetic can be used prior to treatment. At the time of treatment, it is common to expect some redness and swelling. This should subside over 24-48 hours. You will be asked to apply Bepanthen cream and an antiseptic cream that ensures the integrity of the skin.
It is important to note that scarring is possible as a result of unpredictable individual reactions in the skin. If the skin blisters or crusts this may also cause a degree of scarring, however, with the correct aftercare this is minimised.
The colour of your tattoo can affect the length of treatment. Darker complexions must be treated carefully as the laser reacts to dark pigment within the skin.
The darker your complexion the more carefully your Ashbury Cosmetics doctor will need to be. This is because the laser reacts to dark pigment within the skin.
While it doesn’t matter if the tattoo is faded, it can affect treatment time.
Tattoo removal takes place over a number of treatments. This means that each treatment time will depend on the size, shape and colour of your tattoo. Other contributing factors will be your skin colour and length of time you’ve had the tattoo.