Tattoo Removal

Tattoo removal is a process of eliminating or fading a tattoo from the skin. There are several methods available for tattoo removal, including:

  1. Laser Tattoo Removal: This is the most common and effective method for tattoo removal. It involves using a laser that emits high-intensity light pulses to break down the tattoo ink particles. The body’s immune system then gradually eliminates these fragmented ink particles over time. Multiple sessions are usually required to achieve satisfactory results, and the number of sessions depends on factors such as tattoo size, ink colors, and depth.

  2. Surgical Excision: In this method, the tattoo is physically cut out of the skin using a surgical procedure. This method is typically used for small tattoos and may require stitches to close the wound. Surgical excision is not suitable for large tattoos, and scarring may occur.

  3. Dermabrasion: Dermabrasion involves mechanically sanding down the skin’s surface to remove the tattoo ink. This method is less common today due to its potential for scarring and pigmentation changes.

Tattoo removal procedure

It’s important to note that tattoo removal is a gradual process, and complete removal may not always be possible. Factors such as tattoo size, ink colors, location, and individual skin characteristics can affect the outcome. It’s recommended to consult with a dermatologist or a specialized tattoo removal professional who can assess your tattoo and provide personalized advice on the most suitable removal method for your specific case. Tattoo removal usually takes many procedure sessions to confirm success, with minimum of 3-4 weeks intervals between the sessions. Delight Clinic also approach to the latest laser machines for the quicker results. Tattoo removal includes several factors which has to be considered. Delight Clinic is accomplish to impart you with the best treatment plan according to your needs.


  • Having a tattoo removed is usually safe if it’s done by an experienced and suitably qualified Doctor.
  • Avoid Doctors who have only completed a short training course.

What are the things which includes in tattoo removal procedure?

You need to shave the area of skin before the appointment.

On the day, you will be given special goggles to protect your eyes. A local anesthetic cream may be used to numb the skin.

A handheld device will be pressed on your skin to trigger a laser. Some people say this feels like an elastic band snapping against your skin.

The session will take about 10 to 30 minutes, depending on the size of your tattoo.

The tattoo should become lighter with each procedure.

A gel is used to cool and soothe your skin, and it might be covered with a dressing.


Your skin may be red with a raised rash for a short while after the procedure. Holding an ice pack to your skin may help. Try a packet of frozen peas wrapped in a tea towel.

You may have some slight bleeding before your skin scabs over. Use aloe-vera gel or Vaseline to help it heal.

Your skin will be more sensitive to the sun. Avoid sun exposure and tanning beds for at least 1 week after a procedure. Cover the area with clothing and use a sunscreen with at least SPF30.

You should avoid:

  • Picking or scratching the scab.
  • Using soap or perfumed products on the area for the first 48 hours.
  • Strenuous physical activities for a couple of days.
  • Swimming and saunas until the scab has dropped off (they may slow the healing process).

Risks, Possible risks are:

  • Some colours not completely fading – yellow, green and purple ink requires more sessions to fade than black, blue and red.
  • A small chance your skin may become temporarily darker or paler than the surrounding skin.
  • A slight chance of permanent scarring (3 in 100 people develop a scar).

What to do if you have problems

If you have problems with healing, rashes or skin pigmentation changes, contact the clinic where you were treated.

Speak to the person who treated you if you have any complications that need medical attention.

Tattoo Removal – Frequently Asked Questions

Does tattoo removal procedure hurts?

Unfortunately, no method of tattoo removal is completely pain-free. Laser tattoo removal has been parallel to the feeling of having a rubber band continually snapped against the skin. Others describe it as a rapid succession of sharp pinpricks, or a warm, prickly sensation. Because a lot of energy is needed in order for the laser to break up the ink particles under your skin, this treatment can be uncomfortable for some people. Your skin will also need 4 – 9 weeks to recover between treatments.

How Does Laser Tattoo Removal Work?

Lasers remove tattoos by piping the skin and creaking up the ink into micro particles. After several procedures (with regular intervals between sessions), the body breaks down and removes the pigment in the tattoo, causing it to fade.

How long will it take to remove tattoo with lasers?

A course of 6-10 procedure is often enough to remove the tattoo, depending on the colour and depth of the tattoo ink.

How do anyone know tattoo removal is suitable for me?

Laser tattoo removal may not be satisfactory for you if you have a dark skin tone; this is due to the potential of the procedure push off a ‘ghosting’ effect, where the skin is lighter than the surrounding area. Professional at Delight Clinic can evaluate your tattoo and determine which solution is most appropriate. In some cases, the most appropriate form of removal for a tattoo could be excision. This involves having the tattoo surgically removed using a scalpel. Although more invasive, it can sometimes be the most effective solution and may also be quicker.

How many procedures are needed to fade my tattoo so that anyone can have a new design?

A tattoo can be disappear appropriately to re-cover after a couple of sessions. Your professional will be able to advise how many sessions you are likely to need during your consultation.

Is it easier to remove my recently done tattoo?

The ink particles of the tattoo will have been injected deep into the dermis (the second layer of skin). In order to reverse this process effectively, the pigment within the skin needs to be broken down using targeted lasers. Don’t be fooled into believing that if you have a change of heart shortly after getting your tattoo it can be easily removed.

Tattoo Removal is safe or not?

Yes, tattoo removal is totally safe procedure. The laser energy is discerningly absorbed by the tattoo ink only, meaning that surrounding tissues are not affected and there is not any lasting damage to the skin.

What is the difference between Laser Tattoo Removal and other methods?

There are two different type of methods for Tattoo removal at Delight Clinic, one is surgical and another is Laser Tattoo removal. Surgical tattoo removal have their own risks like this causes scarring and also have some of the risks of infection. Tattoo removal creams cannot completely remove a tattoo, but may reduce its appearance in some cases.