✔ State of Art technology Q-switched Nd:YAG for efficient tattoo removal
✔ Short pulse; Outstanding results
✔ Three fixed tips plus unique two adjustable tips offering large spot size
✔ Operated by foot switch or handpiece
✔ Two shot counters: One on the machine and one on the handpiece
✔ Treatment of pigmentation: Old age spots, freckles, Café au lait, Nevus Spilus, Melasma
✔ Carbon Peel treatment
✔ Free training at your premises or at our training centre
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Laser Tattoo Removal Machines
Featuring Nu Tatouage
About the Product:
If you’re looking to buy the best value quality laser tattoo removal machine in the industry right now, then we are confident that the Nu Tatouage is the right option for you.
We all know that tattoos are for life. But thanks to advances in technology we are now able to remove tattoos using lasers. Our tattoo removal machines are non-invasive. They utilise Nd-YAG laser beam operating at 1064nm, and cutting-edge Quality Switched (also known as Q-switched) Nd-YAG laser beam operating at 532nm. The Nu Tatouage can be operated by hand or by footswitch.
Nu Tatouage utilises three tips with fixed spot size, suitable for removing tattoos and pigmentations with different sizes and shapes. It is also equipped with two tips with variable spot size, which is ideal for large tattoos. A combination of large spot size and high frequency makes the treatment very fast.
Technology in the beauty sector is constantly evolving, and the highly advanced Nu Tatouage Plus is rapidly making its mark in the laser tattoo removal field. Improving on the original Nu Tatouage’s one laser rod, the Plus breaks new ground by utilising two rods. This produces a stronger, more powerful energy pulse, resulting in greater hair removal and fewer treatments required for your client.
We use state of the art technology and provide a second to none customer care service; something we remain proud of for all the laser products we have on sale.
Tattoos are designs created by injecting coloured pigments into the dermis layer of the skin and can be produced by amateur artists, professional tattooists, and highly trained medical practitioners in the case of medical tattoos.
Delivered via a tattoo gun, the professional's designs are permanent, and removing the ink can be a difficult process. Often requiring several treatment sessions, the ink is broken down by the laser machine with the image fading away to almost invisible. Amateur tattoos are often created manually using either portable machines or even sewing needles. This makes them much more indistinct and often easier to remove. Medical, or cosmetic, tattoos include the tattooing of eyebrows after chemotherapy and are often easy to remove, with the exception of titanium oxide or iron oxide based tattoos.
Removing the tattoos used to be incredibly painful and left the skin damaged and often scarred. Dermabrasion, salabrasion, cryosurgery, chemicals, surgical excision, and electrosurgery were all common practice and invariably failed to remove the ink.
Transforming tattoo removal, laser technology can now permanently erase inked designs, allowing the tattooed to change their minds. Far less painful, with dramatically improved results, tattoo removal is available to your clients via the Nu Tatouage Plus.
By directing the laser at the tattoo, using selective photo thermolysis, the pigment within the skin rapidly decomposes, without affecting the surrounding tissue, and is harmlessly flushed away to be eliminated from the body.
Darker coloured tattoos are treated at 1064nm, with results becoming obvious almost immediately. First, they appear cloudy, and minute areas of colour start ‘bleeding’ out of the design. After a couple of hours, however, the skin resumes its normal appearance. Over the next few treatment sessions, the colour will gradually fade away, with complete removal occurring after several appointments.
Each treatment sees the ink fragments breaking down and being flushed away by the lymphatic system, leaving more fading after each salon visit.
Whilst treatments can sometimes be uncomfortable, they are rarely painful, however, some clients request the use of cooling ointments containing Lidocaine, and Zimmer coolers to minimise any discomfort.
In less than FIVE WEEKS the Nu Tatouage Plus is paid off. This is with only seven clients every six days, with each treatment costing around £55 plus VAT.
Costing less than one pence per laser shot to cover the handpiece housing the flash lamp, this laser tattoo machine will be a great addition to your salon.
British Institute of Lasers have built up a customer-focused business, providing award-winning laser machines at affordable prices. By selling directly to our customers, we avoid the commission that many comparison websites charge, allowing us to keep our costs low. These review sites often called affiliate marketing, make use of client tracking software to push sales platforms including eBay and Amazon. Without paying them a financial incentive, the sites will not review laser machines honestly or with integrity.
Due to their biased and flawed approach, we encourage consumers to use caution when reading these reviews - believing exaggerated promises and false claims can prove costly.
Based in Warwickshire, our friendly team are ready to help you with any extra information you may require and can provide genuine testimonials on our laser machines. With the opportunity to try before you buy, free training and superb aftercare, you know you can trust British Institute of Lasers.
Although they may seem tempting, the laser hair machines from eBay or Amazon are invariably too good to be true, ending up costing far more money than you save!
Many sellers on such marketplaces produce large numbers of stock from factories in China. These inferior products are built using flawed components, being churned out with minimum care and little to no regulations. This could result in a dangerous machine and an invalid insurance policy.
With malfunctions likely, customer service when you most need it will inevitably be lacking, and reputable engineers closer to home are often reluctant to work on these cheap, poor quality imports. Over 70% of our repair enquiries is the result of a machine bought from eBay or Amazon.
Letting down your clients due to a faulty machine is never going to allow your business to shine.
Purchase any second-hand laser machine with caution. Carry out research to ensure the machine’s manufacturer is reputable, has great customer support and years of experience. Pre-owned machines often lack any warranty cover and therefore can cost many thousands in replacement parts and cause numerous business days lost.
A high-quality laser machine is an investment for your business, so it’s worth choosing the best model you can.
A machine purchased from Amazon or eBay, although appearing cheap, is actually a false economy, and being mass produced in China, as they often are, leaves you with little come back when the inevitable occurs. In an unregulated factory, frequently using faulty components, and with no customer support, your purchase could cost you thousands to repair, or even result in a dangerous machine that is, at the very least, uninsurable.
Choose your laser machine from a reputable, award-winning UK company. British Institute of Lasers allow you to try before you buy, provide free training, a watertight warranty and a friendly customer support team.
Free Training & Certificate
Buying a laser machine from the British Institute of Lasers means that you have access to our team of experienced practitioners. You will receive a free full or half-day training course, either online, or at our clinic focusing on your particular choice of machine, with comprehensive guidance into the major aspects of the Core of Knowledge. This includes laser beams and the properties of light, contra-indications, and how lasers interact with certain skin types. Continuing, we will take you through health and safety considerations and how to operate, clean and maintain your laser machine.
You’ll also receive a practical session, learning how to use your laser machine effectively and efficiently, and we can answer any questions that arise. A Certificate of Training, which is a mandatory requirement for insurance companies and your local council, is awarded at the end of the course.
If you are outside the UK, on-line training and videos will be provided.
Outstanding Laser Tattoo Removal Results with the Nu Tatouage
Black Ink Tattoos
Colored Ink Tattoos
Tattoo Removal After One Session
Sidenote: A pair of laser goggles for the operator and an eye shield for the patient is included with the machine. Additional operator’ goggles cost £120, suitable for those clients who want to have a family member or a friend present at the time of treatment.
Laser Tattoo Removal Machines for Sale
Q-Switched Nd-YAG laser
1064nm, 532nm & 1320nm
|Spot Size Diameter||
up to 90J/cm2 (adjustable)
Floor standing (desktop with lower power optional)
8.4” LCD colour touch screen
air (optional skin cooling device)