Professional tattoo removal lasers delivering unrivalled clearance and reduction of professional, amateur or traumatic tattoos, can be done on tattoos of all sizes, shapes and colours.
Benefits of Laser Tattoo Removal?
~ High-Tech ~ Fast Effective ~ Comfortable & Safe ~ Low to no downtime
~ Removing specific or entire tattoos
What is the Laser Tattoo Removal Effect?
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If you're interested in starting your own tattoo removal business, you need to know which laser will be most effective for your services. Next, we will introduce laser tattoo removal & skin rejuvenation machines.
The first choice for freckle and pigment removal(Mode:BMPS3)
This technology machine uses a photoacoustic effect rather than a photothermal effect which reduces the risk of the skin heating and damaging the surrounding tissue. This laser comes with the wavelengths 1064 nm and 532 nm installed. We recommend this laser as your ultimate tattoo removal machine due to the variety of wavelengths available and photoacoustic technology.
Best for: All tattoos and Pigment removal.
Pros: minimizes the risk of hypopigmentation for darker skin types. This laser can also be used for acne scars, wrinkles, and benign lesions.
In addition to tattoo removal, it is also the first choice for spot removal
Best for: Most tattoo types and sizes and Small Salon
Pros: Cheap price The portable laser tattoo removal machine uses the 1064 nm, 532 nm, and 1320 nm wavelengths which target most ink colors across the spectrum and uses a photoacoustic effect to shatter ink while leaving the surrounding tissue unharmed
Working hands: 3pcs
Wavelength: 1064nm & 532nm&1320nm（Optional 755nm freckle removal head to meet the freckle removal needs of small beauty centers）
This treatment utilizes a high-powered laser to penetrate the skin. This light harmlessly passes through the skin, but it forces pigment particles to begin vibrating. This creates heat, which in turn causes the particles to break into smaller pieces that can be removed by the lymphatic system.
A wavelength is a spectrum.
1064 nm falls into the category of infrared wavelengths, which means it is invisible to the human eye.
532 – 785 nm is in the visible spectral range.
755 nm and 694 nm are better wavelengths for green and blue, and 532 nm is best for orange and red ink pigments.
Unlike 1064 nm, 532 nm requires a longer pulse duration because this wavelength generates more heat that is released into the skin.