All You Should Know About Laser Tattoo Removal

Today when every fifth person is getting tattooed, it is very common to find them regretting their old tattoos. the tattoo-craze ebbs down as speedily as it tides up but the process is not as easy as getting inked. It includes lots of pain and money. If you are one of them then this blog is for you. Today, science is developed and doctors and beauticians are using Laser machines to remove or lighten tattoos.

 

How Laser Works

 

The letters in the word LASER stand for Light Amplifier by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Lasers are used to remove the darkest of the tattoos and even birthmarks, moles and accident marks. The laser machines produce a thin ray of light that penetrates the layers of the skin and breaks down the ink of the tattoo or the skin with deep bedded old marks. The intensity of the light depends on the density of the colour to be removed or lightened. The broken ink pigment is automatically removed by the skin’s immune system.

 

The Sessions Required

 

The duration of the treatment depends on the age, colour and medical condition of the patient. Single colour and dark coloured tattoos are easily lightened or removed in 2-3 sessions but light coloured and multi-coloured tattoos take time. The reason behind this is that the dark or black colour absorbs the light and is easily broken as compared to a light colour tattoo.

 

A Dermatologist or A Beautician?

 

Generally, it’s a human tendency to consult a beautician first and this is where you step on the wrong road. Beauticians are not doctors. They might have learnt to operate a Laser machine but they are not much educated about the skin and its tissues. So, next time when you regret a tattoo on your neck or arm or wherever just visit a good dermatologist in your town for Laser tattoo removal. Dr. Meet is offering laser tattoo removal in Indore in easy and affordable sessions with the latest technology.

All You Should Know About Skin Toning And Skin Lightening?

Today, when more than 70% of the total Asian population is rushing for fairer and lighter skin, it becomes very necessary to educate them on the difference between Skin Toning and Skin lightening. Generally, people talk about skin toning and get treatment for Skin Lightening (Bleaching). The Beauticians and the cosmetic creams are targeting a major Asian population towards a fairer skin rather than healthier skin. 

 

What Is Skin Toning?

 

Skin Toning involves the use of creams and toners to give an even tone to the damaged skin. This damage could be due to overexposure to sunlight etc. Generally, we neglect using a good quality sunscreen, thus resulting in uneven toned skin. Uneven toned skin is darker on neck, forehead and hands whereas fairer on some part of the face like cheeks etc.

 

What is Skin Lightening(Bleaching)?

 

Skin Lightening or bleaching is done using chemicals on our body to lighten the effects of Melanin. Melanin gives colour to our skin and at the same time protects it from the harmful UV Rays of the sun. Bleaches control the effect of Melanin and then you get a lighter colour skin on the bleached area.

Skin Toning V/S Skin Lightening

 

Skin Toning protects the damaged skin from further damage, whereas, Skin Lightening often damages the skin by the use of harsh chemicals and bleaches.

Skin Toning often results in an evenly toned nourished and hydrated skin, whereas, Skin Lightening often results in fairer but dull and dehydrated skin.

Skin Toning improves the skin quality resulting in tight skin, but, Skin Lightening might cause loosening of the skin cells.

Skin Toning involves the use of toners, lotions and cleansers to improve the overall health of the skin. It is a skin cleansing process. The Skin Whitening is a harsh process and gas nothing to do with the cleansing and nourishing of the skin. Skin Whitening in Indore is highly trending, but we would suggest you to consult a reputed Dermat for the process.