Tattoo removal is increasingly common. Although it can contradict the essence of the tattoo, the reality is that it is a necessity claimed by the clients. Tattoo removal is done using laser energy that focuses on skin spots where there is ink. Read more

After choosing the appropriate power and filters for each type of tattoo, it is projected on the skin.
The pigments are absorbed by energy and burst breaking the capsule where the ink is.
The remains of pigment that remain free in the skin will be eliminated by the lymphatic system.


After a reasonable time, at least two months, the operation is repeated with some more power to continue eliminating pigments embedded in the skin.
It takes three to twelve sessions to completely remove the pigment although with two sessions the skin is usually left sufficiently prepared to be able to make a cover up (tattoo over).


The number of sessions varies depending on the case and the body is responsible for eliminating the remains of pigment, so the number of sessions needed is always estimated.


The Ink Hunter models (with models: Easy, Standard and Master) are a cosmetic laser of Nd: Yag Q-Switched with a wavelength of 1064nm ideal for the removal of black ink on the skin. They also have a KTP filter to affect a wider range of colors, being able to eliminate red, blue and brown colors, depending on their degree of intensity.
In Kaifa’s Studio we use the most up-to-date model on the market, the Ink Hunter lasers in their Master version, since it is the least damage to the skin, thus ensuring the absence of scars.

1 Does it leave marks or burns?
Definitely not. The basic principle is based on the Ink Hunter cosmetic laser, emitting a beam of light at a high speed (5-8 nano seconds), so there is no time for the skin to absorb enough energy to burn. it compares to when we pass a lighter under our hand quickly, if we did it slower it would burn.
2 In how many sessions can I remove a tattoo?
It will always depend on the density of the ink, age of the tattoo, depth where the pigment is and the type of color. It should be noted that in colours such as yellow or green the number of repetitions can be much longer and we cannot obtain optimal results. If we had to indicate an average we could say that we would need about 5 sessions.
3 Is the energy of the laser important?
Yes, especially for complete eliminations. From the second or third sessions, when the pigment is a little weaker and the energy that it can absorb is not so high. That’s when having a powerful laser will be crucial. The Master and Standard models are most appropriate.
4 Does it matter if i have a phototherapy session done later?
The results speak for themselves. the regeneration observed during the first few days by clients who have received a phototherapy session is much faster than those who do not. we recommend its use strongly, even on any damaged are work.
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