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 additionally be operated by hand or by foot switch.
Older tattoo removal techniques included dermabrasion, salabrasion, excision, cryosurgery, thermal destruction and continuous wave lasers.
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.
Essential Information About Our Tattoo Removal Machine
What are tattoos? They are illustrations on the skin born out of pigments that are inserted into the dermal skin layer. Tattoos are usually organised into ones that are professionally made, amateur tattoos, and cosmetic tattoos.
Professional tattoos are done with tattoo machines that have delicate needles which eject pigments deep into the dermis. These tattoos are intended to be permanent. Any removal of a professional tattoo is likely to need several rounds of treatments before the tattoo is faded from the skin.
In contrast, amateur tattoos are created using manual needles or portable tattoo machines that are for home-use. Amateur tattoos differ from professional tattoos in that they are often less distinctive on the skin, and may have a lighter or more faded look about them. This makes them quicker to remove using a laser.
Cosmetic tattoos are very different. Made using the process of micropigmentation, they are often described as permanent makeup rather than tattoos. Cosmetic tattoos include tinted eyebrows as well as permanent eye-and lip liner. They tend to be the easiest to remove with the exception of ones made using the ingredients of titanium dioxide and iron oxide.
Tattoo removal used to involve significant and painful procedures that sometimes scarred the skin even worse, namely: Dermabrasion, cryosurgery, salabrasion, surgical excision, chemicals and electro surgery. Often these intense methods failed to remove the tattoo in its entirety. Laser technology has transformed laser removal by not only making it effective, but by making it comparatively pain-free. This is achieved by using different wavelengths that correspond with specific pigments.
Laser tattoo removal is based on selective photothemolysis. For it to work the following conditions must occur:
- The laser light reaches the skin tattoo pigment.
- The laser light is absorbed more by the tattoo pigments than the skin around it.
- The pulse duration of the laser is low so that the tattoo pigment won't go into the rest of the skin before it is heated to decomposition temperature.
- There must be just enough energy expended during every pulse for the pigment to begin the decomposing process.
The machine is paid for in just less than THREE MONTHS, based on only two treatments per day (Assumes six working days per week. Each treatment £55 + VAT.
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.
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