22 November 2010

Where to go for a Tattoo Removal in Dubai - my unwanted body design

I got a tattoo like 18 years ago and decided to have it removed. I went to a clinic in Al Wasl Road, Dubai, UAE.

Things to consider

The color of the ink. Some colors are harder to remove while others are easier. 
Age of the tattoo. I read that newer tattoos are harder to remove because the technique, technology and quality of ink has improved a lot compared to before. 

Location of the tattoo. Mine was located near the ankle. So I was thinking that if it turns out undesirable, I can manage to hide it :)

Pain tolerance. It is more painful than the tattoo procedure itself.
Then the cost. Laser Tattoo removal is more expensive than getting one. It needs a couple of sessions. They used a Q switch nd: Yag laser. I think this machine is really great.

Well, after 5 months of having the procedure, I am quite satisfied with the result. I only had one session but I saw a big difference. It exceeded more than what I originally expected. I didn't have scarring because the therapist here in Dubai did a patch test before the procedure so she knows how my skin would react. The Q switch nd:yag laser that she used had a beaming light so she basically know where to target. She kept on checking if I was Ok. But mind you, the procedure was a bit painful! That actually depends on your pain tolerance. I will make sure that I will take tylenol before my next session. For you out there thinking that you cannot get rid of those inks.. it's possible!! i will post more pictures after my second session.. that's if I overcome my fear regarding the pain..

my tattoo

right after the patch test

five months after 1 session



21 comments:

  1. Do u have picture for after second session?? Can u post?

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  2. Unfortunately, I haven't done the second session yet but I will post updates after I had one.

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  3. Were this cocona?

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  4. i want my tatoo remove also. is it paining?

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  5. It actually depends on your pain tolerance. For me it was painful but tolerable. It was worth it.

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  6. You can find Cocoona in Jumeirah. Just google it for directions :)

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  7. Do you already have the pictures of your succeeding sessions?

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  8. I regret to tell you that I haven't done my next session yet :(

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  9. Hello there!! This is very interesting!! Any update on your pictures??

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  10. Yeah, any new photos of your tatoo removal?

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    1. No new pictures yet. I will update this blog about tattoo removal as soon as I get to do the procedure again :)

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  11. Nice results for tattoo laser removal! But did the tattoo fade more after some time???

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  12. Is it effective?

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    1. So far it is. Depends on the tattoo and number of laser sessions you'll take.

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  13. wow advance na talaga but then for sure it is pricy. my brother in Manila nung matambay nakailang tattoo ngaun he's back to school syempre nagsisisi na any lotion/ointments for the meantime habang pinag iipunan pa yung removal nya? thanks in advance

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  14. please update us if you did more session

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