Laser tattoo removal is one of the most popular methods for removing unwanted ink from your skin. This method has evolved over the years to be more efficient, but is it enough? Is it able to remove unwanted tattoos? This article will guide you through the laser tattoo removal process to help you choose the right treatment. 

The laser's working principle is to emit short pulses of high-intensity laser light at different wavelengths. This laser is used to remove ink from tattoos by reaching the skin and breaking down the pigment particles. The body's immune system can then naturally remove the ink. There are differences between ink types and not all inks can be easily removed.

Different laser wavelengths can be used to remove different colors of ink. Some lasers are better than others. In order to ensure efficient ink removal, different lasers may be combined into one session. Lasers can't remove all colors. Blue and green, for example, are difficult colors to get rid of. Sometimes you can only remove about 70% of it from your body.

However, if you have a full-blown sleeve or other items with that color, then it might not be the best choice. Dark ink is another type of ink that can be difficult to remove. This could be a tribal piece that is usually done in a dark color, or it could be where you have a cover-up. Technically there will be two layers. These situations would require many sessions to completely remove the particles.