The process of shaving, waxing, and plucking can be time-consuming and painful. Laser hair removal is an alternative to shaving and waxing. Luminesse Laser & Skin Clinic offers laser hair removal, a safe and effective procedure that helps you get rid of unwanted hair. 

If you’re considering getting rid of unwanted hair with laser, it’s essential to know how to prepare for laser hair removal.

If you’re thinking about laser tattoo removal, it’s essential to know what laser tattoo removal is and if it’s  right for you. This article will cover laser tattoo removal in general and the PicoWay® laser specifically.

What is Laser Tattoo Removal?

Laser tattoo removal is a laser treatment that uses laser light to break up the ink in a tattoo. The laser targets pigment cells using wavelengths of intense energy to break them into smaller particles. Macrophages (white blood cells)then absorb these ink particles that are then naturally eliminated from the body with the help of our lymphatic system.

There are a variety of laser devices to remove tattoos, but PicoWay® outperforms them all with the highest peak power for a more effective tattoo removal treatment. Other benefits that set this laser apart from its competitors include the fact that fewer treatments are required, less heat is used, and there is a reduced risk of scarring. This Gold Standard laser is also capable of treating ALL tattoo colors with it’s three wavelengths.

Botox® is one of the most popular botulinum toxins that is used to treat fine lines and other medical conditions. It is also commonly known as botulism, botulism toxin, or botulinum toxin.

Botox® can be used to address various problems such as excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), facial lines and wrinkles (frown lines, crow’s feet), and even migraines! But how long does botox last?

What is Botox®?

Botox® is a type of injectable that relaxes muscles and reduces wrinkles. It’s minimally invasive, considered safe and effective for fine lines around the eyes or between them on your forehead. Botox® has been FDA-approved for cosmetic use since 2002 and has helped millions of patients to restore a more youthful appearance.