Blistering is sign of a burn with laser tattoo removal
Although blistering sometimes does occur with tattoo removal, it's not the desired outcome. The skin must completely heal prior to future treatments. I usually wait about 6 weeks between treatments. Make sure you consult with your doctor regarding wound care.
Tattoo Removal -- Pico/Q Switched Laser
Treatments should typically be performed in 4-6 week intervals, but you need to allow adequate healing before undergoing another treatment. Please consult with a laser expert to ensure you do not burn/blister again. Best, Dr. Emer
Healing between tattoo laser treatments
Hi Jacyna. Blisters are generally not a good thing during the tattoo removal process. Depending on the density of the ink, sometimes they are unavoidable, but generally speaking, your provider should be trying to avoid a treatment that causes blisters as the chance of scarring increases. The question you are asking (how long between treatments) is a question for your provider, but in our practice, depending on how well patients heal, it's at least 6-8 weeks between treatments and almost never 4. Good luck.