Laser Tattoo Removal Season

Laser tattoo removal has become increasingly popular in the last several years. What some people don’t realize, though, is that laser tattoo removal has seasons. This is because after a laser tattoo removal treatment, the client cannot be exposed to the sun for several days. So, naturally, the best season to receive laser tattoo removal is in the fall and winter seasons.

Throughout the fall and winter, clients protect themselves from not only the cold, but from sun exposure as well. They do this by wearing jackets, long sleeves, and jeans. For them, it’s easier to remember to stay out of the sun if that treated area is already going to be covered up. Plus, these cold months give clients the opportunity to receive consecutive laser treatments within the fall and winter seasons.

Laser tattoo removal works by using a cosmetic laser to target the ink within the tattoo. This cosmetic energy and light is absorbed by the pigment, which breaks it up into small fragments that are then flushed out through the body’s lymphatic system. Laser treatments are unlike creams, because creams only remove the pigment on the dermal layer, and tattoos must be penetrated on both the dermal and epidermal layer to break up the pigment. Usually, clients need between 4-8 treatments for laser tattoo removal, and this can depend on size, color, and how many years the tattoo has been on the skin’s surface.

The holiday season is the perfect time to start your laser tattoo removal treatment regimen. If you’ve been meaning to rid that unwanted tattoo, give yourself the give of clear, flawless skin. We recommend National Laser Institute. They are the leader in the medical aesthetics industry and have earned many outstanding reviews as well as an A+ rating at the BBB. Professional laser technicians consult with their clients before even thinking about touching them with a laser in order to gain a sense of their skin type, skin care concerns, and skin care goals.

To learn more about laser tattoo removal or National Laser Institute, please call 480.290.7366.

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