It should not scar at all! It will be a lengthy process though as you shouldn't go more than every 6 weeks...and the fading happens gradually over the course of several months.
You need a QSwitched YAG. It's close to the heart and all black so healing should be a little better for you.
Keep in mind that the white ink used to make the pink color could oxidize and darken from the treatment, leaving a haze that might be tough to fully remove.
I guess a scar cream would help but if I were you I'd double check with the facility to ensure they are only using the Q on you. Those spots look like they may have been done with the nd:YAG and I don't think that would be a smart idea...
Do you have access to a facility with a Qswitched YAG? I believe the marks will go away over time but I'm concerned that the fading is happening only in spots and not more evenly over the entire surface of the ink. Or maybe I'm not...
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