Tattoo Removal by Laser

Before you decide to have your tattoo removed, it always helps to get familiar with the procedure and the technology being used to eliminate the tattoo.

Naked Skin uses the latest in this technology and effective aftercare methods to take care of your skin from your first session under the laser to the recovery period you need to have afterwards.


Everything you want to know about the removal can be found here, plus we shake down possible side effrecs in a comprehensive manner. We like to think of this page as an easy to understand introductiry course to anyone who wants to find out more about our services, proceedures and what exactly is laser tattoo removal.


The aftercare section provides information on how you look after yourself between sessions or when its all over. Our Naked Skin specialist will stay in touch with you for any questions, any complications you may experience after the treatment.

Laser Tattoo Removel

A closer look at our proceedure, what it is and what it intails. 
In this section you will get to familiarise yourself with laser tattoo removal and see if its right for you. We also provide information on pain management and anaesthesia options if necessary.
So what exactly entails laser removal treatment ? 

Mayby your tattoo artist, especially if they are amateur inkers or if you got you tattoo in a smaller or cheaper shop, they haven't told you that tattoo ink can often contain metal elements such as copper, lead, maganese and mercury. These heavy metals can sink into the pores, resulting in permanency. The happens in clumps that can make it difficult for white blood cells to break down.

Thats where the lasers come into it. Tattoo removing lasers delve into the pores and break up the ink clumps, making them small enough for the white blood cells to do their job, that is to carry it off into the liver to detoxify your blood. Thes lasers have to be very fast and very hot to deliver the right pulse, that is why they are very small and can often feel sparky against the skin. The zap needs to be fast enough for the rest of the ink clump to remain cool, allowing it to expand for a millisecond before it gets zapped into pieces.

When you get in touch with Naked Skin you will be able to find out

1 The deatils of the proceedure according to the colour, size and pigmentation of your tattoo.
2 Any side effects you may be subject to as an individual 
3. Cost of tattoo removel
4. Things to expect after the proceedure including recovery time and activity restrictions.
5, How to prepare for the proceedure
6. Length of one session / appointment and how many more appointments will be needed
7. Successful results through before and after photos
8. If the removal prceedure hurts, and how to deal with the pain. The answer varies from person to person? So contact Naked Skin to start talking about what you need to do.
Legal issues if complications arise.
Our proceedure

When you have found out everything you needed to know about tattoo removal, it time to take action to remove it.
1. Contact us for our FREE consultation.
2. Book a session through outr contacts page.
3. Give Naked Skin a copy of your mediacal history information
4. At your first session you will be given the option to have numbing cream according to your previous disussion with our Naked Skin specialist.
5. In between sessions we will regularly check up with you to make sure you are reacting properly to the effects
6 Depending on how old or large you tattoo is, you will require mutiple sessions. to get the best possible results.

We are here to help you through this time to enable you to acheieve the results you want.

Matters that can influence laser treatment

There are may actors that can affectthe results of successful treatments and complete removal is not always achievable. Clients should always be given realistic expectations of treatment results and complete removal of pigment can never be guaranteed.

Amateur and professional tattoos

Amateur tattoos are easier to remove as usually they are not as deep as a professional tattoo and the ink is more sparsely applied. Amateur tattoos are usually only a single colour, black or blue, whereas many professional tattoos are multi coloured.

Type of ink used

The pigment divided ino plants pigment, mixture pigment, and chemical pigment. The plant based pigment is the easiest to dispel, while the chemical pigment is the most difficult. If pigment contains iron and lead in the mixture and chemical pigment, it may not react well to laser treatment and can be difficult to remove.

Dept of Ink

Generally speaking the deeper the pigment, the more difficult to remove and also takes many time to dispel.
It will be easy to dispel if the depth of the pigment is thin. Any treatment will not react well if the pigment is chemical based. Even if the depth of the pigment is thin.

Colours in tattoo

Black and blue tattoos are easiest to removel, while the green and yellow pigments are the hardest as there is not an ideal wavelength that either of these colours absorb. Tattoos that have had white (titanium oxide) applied cannot be removed until th white has faded. UV inks cannot be treated.

Age of tattoo

Older tattoos are usually eaier to treat, new tattoos contain more pigment ink and often multiple colours.

Clients own healing ability

The different physique of people. The factors include age and skin colour and body immunity and so on.

About Naked Skin

Professional tattoo removal studio based in Hamilton Waikato providing services to people from around the region and beyond. We pride ourselves with our work and the outcomes for our clients. Come and see us for your free consultation.


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