Acne, Scarring, Tattoo Removal

Spectra Laser peel for acne and scarring

Acne-

Our new laser technology is extremely effective and long lasting for acne treatment. Spectra Peel dual action first attacks your acne deep in the dermis by stimulating skin cell regeneration and reducing inflammation. Then it treats the active acne on your skin’s surface by gently removing the topmost layer of dead skin cells, unplugging pores, shrinking sebaceous glands and stimulating new skin growth.

6 - 8 sessions required

Package pricing available


Acne Scarring-

It stimulates the growth of new skin, which in turn reduces the look of scarring. It is the latest laser treatment technology, which not only removes existing acne scars but can also prevent future ones from forming. The Spectra Peel Dual-Action Laser attacks the scarring by stimulating skin cell regeneration and reducing the appearance of inflamed skin.

4 to 6 sessions required

Package pricing available

 

Laser tattoo removal works by focusing  laser energy to break up the pigment/color in your tattoo. Over the next  days and weeks the body’s immune system will flush away the broken down  ink. At Serenity we use the most state of the art technology  which allows for faster, less painful removal.

 

The  Lutronic Spectra laser is specifically designed  for fading and removing  tattoo ink, and is the most effective tattoo  removal laser on the  market today. Beware of other medical facilities  that offer an array of  treatments as they may not be using a laser  specifically designed for  tattoo removal that could lead to long-term,  negative side effects.

The  laser needs only a  fraction of a second to break down the pigment  allowing your treatment  to be completed in only a short time. The laser  is able to safely  penetrate through the epidermis down to the dermis  where the majority  of the ink resides. This is why using lasers is the  safest and most  effective way to remove a tattoo. 

 

FAQS

What do you use to remove a tattoo?

Disappearing  Ink uses the world's most advanced tattoo removal laser –Lutronic  Spectra. This Q-switched Nd:YAG laser is highly effective at removing a  wide range of colored ink. Its flat beam profile allows for more  effective, quicker removals with less pain. The Lutronic Spectra is by  far the most effective laser for tattoo removal.

How does the laser break up the tattoo ink? 

Two  key processes break up the ink - the pigment in your tattoo will absorb  the energy from the laser and break apart; also, the incredibly fast  pulse (6 billionths of a second!) and energy of the laser will cause the  ink to shatter like a sugar cube breaking apart.  The Lutronic Spectra  is more effective than any available laser at breaking down a  considerable amount of this ink when used by our highly-trained laser  specialist.

How does the body remove the shattered ink? 

Once  the ink is broken down by the tattoo removal laser, the body will  respond by moving fluid to the area to help flush away the ink. This  immune-response will be obvious to the patient in the form of some  swelling and redness in the area. Over the next days and weeks the ink  will be flushed away. This doesn't happen overnight. Removing a tattoo  takes a number of sessions.

Why do I need multiple sessions?

All  tattoos layers of ink, stacked on top of each other and a thick  concentration of pigment particles that cannot be completely broken down  in one session. At Disappearing Ink, we'll go over your entire tattoo  with the laser, breaking up as much ink as possible in every session.  Each session will produce some level of fading, although for very new  tattoos the fading may not be as visible because the ink is still so  thick and dense. If your tattoo has shading, it will be removed with  some degree of ease because shading is just a tattoo without much ink  density. It may only take a few sessions to remove this shading.

Does it hurt? 

Patients  describe the feeling as a rubber band slapping off your skin. Many say  it is actually less painful than getting the tattoo in the first place  and takes just minutes.