Once upon a time tattoos were forever... not anymore.
By creating a high energy pulse our laser breaks down tattoo ink into minute particles. These particles are absorbed by the body and pass through the lymphatic system. As the laser hits the tattoo, a light grey frost will appear on the tattoo, indicating energy was applied. Tattoo laser removal may feel a little uncomfortable.
We’re with you every step of the way, working with you to set to achieve the best possible result.
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** Prices per session
How long does the treatment last?You will have outstanding results after just one treatment of the Hydrafacial however the best results are seen with regular sessions to ensure healthy cell turnover and the removal of damaged cells and impurities. At BELLA MEDI Skin clinic we recommend 3 initial treatments at monthly intervals for optimal results to refine, refresh and hydrate the skin. For those with more serious skin concerns such as acne and sun damage a course of 6 monthly treatments is recommended. Following the initial treatment course, a Hydrafacial should be performed every 2-3 months or before any special or red-carpet event.
What happens after my treatment?For the 3-5 days following treatment we advise the following: · Do not use any skin care products containing vitamin A. · Ensure your skin remains moisturised and apply moisturiser regularly · Strict sun avoidance and daily SPF 50 · Avoid heat inducing activities such as vigorous exercise, hot showers, steam rooms for 48 hours after the treatment. · Avoid any other skin treatments such as laser, skin needling and injectables.
Is this treatment suitable for everyone ?Although the treatment is very safe and effective, the treatment cannot be performed on those who have allergies to salicylates or shellfish (though we can substitute the specific ingredient to allow a hydrafacial treatment) have had facial surgery in the last 12 months, have active facial infections/eczema/rosacea/dermatitis or herpes simplex infection (cold sores), have new sunburn in the treatment area or who are undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy.