Has anyone has laser tattoo removal on Eternal and Intenze Tatoo Ink?

  • MDgirl
  • Beltsville, MD
  • 3 years ago

Has anyone has laser tattoo removal on Eternal and Intenze Tatoo Ink? If you have how did the results turn out? How many sessions were involved. I am thinking about getting laser tattoo removal and those are the types of inks used on my tattoos, so I wanted to get an idea of how they came out.

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help guys! i have had 3 laser sessions and two previous to that of something that brings the ink up onto the skin..my tattoo has only gone grey and not getting lighter than the first laser session..do i need more time? or is laset not for me ps-im light asian skinned
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Thank you, my foot has finally went down and fine to walk on. I think it is because of standing and walking but only for like 5 days it is swollen. At least in time for the holiday its doing good! Thank you for your support I cant wait to see what it is like after my next session! :)
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Neither can I :) Good to read that it was standing on the foot that was causing the discomfort. Please keep us informed as we all have to stick together so we can learn from all our mishaps :) Best wishes and once again I'm so happy for YOU!
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Hi MDgirl, great news, good to read your back is looks fantastic, perhaps your foot is taking longer because of walking, standing, etc., whichever, don't give up :) Congrats and best of luck on your next session.
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Hi MDgirl, good to read things are going well, don't know where you're located, so watch out for the sun if you're in a hot spot. Good luck on your next session :)
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Im in Maryland so not getting much sun this time of year! My foot is still a little bit swollen but not to bad i can see some color disappearing gradually! My back looks fanastic Im very excited for my next session.
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my first session went well with the laser tattoo treatment, my foot is very swollen but it has gone down a little bit. My back is doing great and seems to be healing very quickly. I am ready for my second tx just to see how things will work out from there.
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Thats good, i am going today to for my first session for my back and my foot, im pretty nervous but I hope it works out!
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Hi MDgirl,

Going for your first session to get regular tattoos removed? If so did you know we have a whole section on that? Would you mind leaving a review of how everything goes?

Thanks

-Britt

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Hi Britt,

My eyebrow is now light grey after the first session of laser. I've done laser 8 days ago. Now I'm quite satisfied with it. Because the tatoo is dark brown and red before. I believe after 3 sessions more. It will remove totally.

Doctor told me each session should between two month. I don't know how to use this forum. Quite confusing. When I figure out. I could post the photos of the eyebrow
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Hi 198553133,

Thanks for joining and welcome to the community. Actually the forum is used mainly as discussion to write a review just click this link and it goes step by step, but please let me know if you have questions, and yes photos would be great. Please keep us updated. 

Thanks,

-Britt

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Light grey is great! Happy to read you are having success with laser :)
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Hi. I'm a permanent makeup Artist. I own Beautiologist.com.There are alternative tattoo removal methods. Some of which are performed with the very same tattoo machine that was used to implant the pigments. Research salabrasion method, which is used by tattooing a salt paste into the area where the tattoo is, a scab forms and the pigments attach to the scab, so when it fall off, the pigments come with it. you may need a few sessions, but this method is a lot more cost effective than lasers. Lasers can sometimes be very painful, cause scarring, and turn some pigments that contain white..BLACK instantly! Research a permanent makeup technician who specializes in tattoo lightening in your area. Good luck!
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Thanks Stylishus,

Your input in our Permanent Makeup forum is really helpful. The community greatly appreciates any info you can provide. See you round the community and please continue to be an active member.

Thanks so much, :)

-Britt

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Hello Stylishus, thanks so much for the tips and advice. Much appreciated.
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Thank you everyone for the information i decided to wait on getting the tattoos removed i am going to wait a little longer before i get them done but i will keep u posted with any new updates!
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Thanks for the update MDgirl. Please do let us know when you do. So glad this site could be of use to you.

-Britt

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Hi Britt, thanks a bunch :) I forgot to let MDGirl know one thing and that is NOT to fall for false claims that FADE Creams work, as they don't if anything they discolour the tattoo and make it look worse than the tattoo itself, but fade creams and all those magic potions do not work, waste of money. IMHO
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Thanks SY214! Hopefully that answered your question MDGirl? Please keep us posted as to how everything goes.

-Britt

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I had a flower tattoo on my ankle in the 90's and I know it's some time ago, but the laser cost quite a bit of money and it was time consuming. How many sessions you'll need depends on how deep the tattoo artist went with the needle. However, do know the hardest colours to remove are Red and Yellow! You also have to consider the size. I had about a two inch one and it took about 6-9 sessions. It's not so much the ink, it's the depth of the needle... I wish you luck :) PS: My tattoo disappeared from my ankle completely aside from just a bit of red, but it's so small I didn't do another session as the expense was killing me and it's not really noticeable unless one is lying on the floor staring near my foot.
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Thanks SY214,

Your info is really useful.

-Britt

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