Risks and contra indications

The Laser tattoo removal is safe; however we should  inform you of the risk & contra-indications. Treatment is strongly discouraged in the following cases:

Pregnancy

As well as you don’t use creams to relieve pain during pregnancy and breastfeeding, it is not recommended to follow a protocol of tattoo removal during this period. However, there is no need to worry regarding these risk & contra-indications if a woman who is unaware of her pregnancy has had a tattoo removal session.

 

Sun exposure and artificial tanning

Do not expose to the sun the areas you plan to treat (even for 1 hour).

Be extra careful of the effects of snow and water. You should apply  UV protection  8 weeks before and 2 to 3 weeks after a laser tattoo removal session.

Finally, self-tanning creams that involve an increase in melanin are also forbiden on the treated area to avoid any risk of burns.

Sensitizing photo drugs.

It is essential to inform your practitioner if you take any medication before a session. Indeed, for your safety, the technician will adapt or delay the treatment (eg anti-acne, antibiotics, etc.).

Cosmetics products (perfume, eau de toilette, cream, deodorant)

Avoid these products on the areas the technician will treat before a session, the day of the appointment.

We don’t recommend laser tattoo removal in the following cases :

  • Diabetes (insulin-dependent)
  • Hemophilia
  • AIDS, hepatitis B or C
  • Eczema
  • Epilepsy
  • Allergy to the products used (inks, pigments …)
  • Keloid scars