Frequently Asked Questions About Face Tattoo Removal
Is face tattoo removal safe?
Yes, when performed by a trained and experienced professional, face tattoo removal is generally safe. The most common methods, including laser removal and Tatt2Away®, are regulated and recognized by the FDA. Learn more about the differences between Tatt2Away® vs laser tattoo removal.
Does face tattoo removal hurt?
Discomfort during tattoo removal can vary based on the individual’s pain threshold and the area being treated. On a pain scale from 1 to 10, many clients rate the discomfort between 3 and 7.
How many sessions will I need to remove my face tattoo?
The number of sessions required depends on several factors, including the size, color saturation, and age of the tattoo. With Tatt2Away® fewer sessions are required for a complete face tattoo removal compared to laser. We also are more affordable.
Can all colors be removed from face tattoos?
Tatt2Away® can remove any tattoo ink color on any skin tone. Learn more about color tattoo removal.
Will there be scarring after face tattoo removal?
While modern tattoo removal methods strive to minimize scarring, the risk cannot be completely eliminated. Following aftercare instructions is crucial to reduce the chance of scarring.
How long does it take to heal after each session?
The healing process varies per individual and the specific area treated, but on average, the skin usually heals within 6 to 8 weeks following a session. Learn more about the aftercare process and how long it takes to remove a tattoo.
How much does face tattoo removal cost?
The cost of face tattoo removal depends on the tattoo size, complexity, colors, and the number of sessions required. It’s best to consult with your removal specialist for a personalized quote. Check out the Tatt2away® tattoo removal cost calculator and price chart.
Can I get a new tattoo after removal?
Yes, you can get a new tattoo after your skin has fully healed from the removal process, typically a few months after your last removal session. Consult with your removal specialist to determine the best timeline.
Remember, for the most accurate information, always consult with a professional tattoo removal specialist or a medical professional.