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Hollywood Spectra Tattoo Removal at CosmeticsMD in Peabody, MA

At CosmeticsMD in Peabody, MA, we are proud to offer the latest in advanced tattoo removal technology with the Hollywood Spectra laser. Whether you're looking to completely remove a tattoo or simply lighten it for a cover-up, our expert team is here to provide safe, effective, and personalized treatment plans.

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How Hollywood Spectra Tattoo Removal Works

The Hollywood Spectra laser is a state-of-the-art laser system designed for efficient and comfortable tattoo removal. This laser works by emitting high-energy light pulses that are absorbed by the tattoo pigment. The light energy breaks down the pigment into smaller particles, which are then naturally eliminated by your body's lymphatic system. This process effectively fades the tattoo over a series of treatments.

Typical Number of Treatments

The number of treatments required for complete tattoo removal varies based on several factors including:

  • The size and location of the tattoo

  • The colors and type of ink used

  • The depth of the ink in the skin

  • Your skin type and overall health

 

On average, most patients need between 6 to 12 sessions to achieve optimal results. Sessions are typically spaced 6 to 8 weeks apart to allow the body sufficient time to clear the fragmented ink particles.

 

Pre-Treatment Numbing

At CosmeticsMD, your comfort is our priority. To ensure a pain-free experience, we offer pre-treatment numbing options. Before your session begins, a topical anesthetic is applied to the tattooed area. This numbing cream helps minimize any discomfort during the procedure, making the treatment as comfortable as possible.

 

What to Expect During Treatment

During the treatment session, you will wear protective eyewear to shield your eyes from the laser light. The laser handpiece is then moved over the tattoo, delivering quick pulses of light to the skin. You may feel a slight snapping sensation as the laser works on the tattoo, but with the pre-treatment numbing, any discomfort is significantly reduced.

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