Frequently Asked Questions


Laser Skin Care FAQ

We offer a variety of laser skin care treatments including laser hair removal, skin rejuvenation, acne scar treatment, and tattoo removal.

The number of sessions required for laser hair removal varies depending on factors such as hair type, skin tone, and the area being treated. On average, most people need 6-8 sessions for optimal results.

Laser treatments are generally safe for most skin types, but it's essential to consult with a professional who can assess your skin and recommend the most suitable treatment.

The amount of downtime after laser skin treatments can vary depending on the specific treatment. Some treatments may have minimal downtime, while others may require a few days for the skin to heal fully.

Before laser treatments, it's essential to avoid sun exposure and certain skincare products. After treatment, it's crucial to follow post-care instructions provided by your provider, which may include avoiding sun exposure, using gentle skincare products, and keeping the treated area clean.
Laser Skin Care

Tattoo Design with Our Artist FAQ

Tattoo Design

Yes, we encourage collaboration with our artists for custom tattoo designs. Our artists are skilled at bringing your ideas to life and will work with you to create a unique design.

The tattoo design process duration varies depending on the complexity of the design and artist availability. Typically, it can take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks.

Yes, we recommend booking an appointment for a tattoo design consultation. This allows our artists to dedicate time to discuss your ideas, preferences, and create a design tailored to your vision.

Yes, we have a portfolio of previous custom tattoo designs created by our artists. During your consultation, we can show you examples to give you an idea of our artists' styles and capabilities.

The cost of a custom tattoo design is influenced by factors such as size, complexity, placement on the body, and the artist's hourly rate. During your consultation, our artist will provide you with a detailed quote based on these factors.

Tattoo Removal FAQ

The process of tattoo removal typically involves laser treatments. The laser breaks down the ink particles in the skin, allowing the body to gradually remove them. Multiple sessions are usually required for complete removal.

The number of sessions required for tattoo removal varies depending on factors such as the size, color, and age of the tattoo. On average, it takes about 5-10 sessions spaced several weeks apart to completely remove a tattoo.

Tattoo removal can cause some discomfort, similar to getting a tattoo. However, most patients find the pain to be tolerable. The sensation is often described as a rubber band snapping against the skin.

Common side effects of tattoo removal include redness, swelling, blistering, and temporary darkening or lightening of the skin. These effects are usually temporary and subside within a few days to weeks.

After tattoo removal, it's important to keep the treated area clean and moisturized. Follow your provider's instructions for aftercare, which may include applying ointment and avoiding sun exposure.
Tattoo Removal

Process of Getting a Tattoo FAQ

Tattoo Process

Before getting a tattoo, it's important to think about the design, placement, and size of the tattoo. Consider factors such as your pain tolerance, potential job implications, and the long-term commitment of having a tattoo.

The process of getting a tattoo involves several steps. First, you'll consult with the tattoo artist to discuss your design ideas. Then, the artist will create a stencil of the design and place it on your skin. Once you approve the placement, the tattooing process begins, where the artist uses a needle to inject ink into the skin.

The time it takes to get a tattoo depends on the size and complexity of the design. Small tattoos can take as little as 30 minutes to an hour, while larger and more intricate designs may require multiple sessions over several hours or days.

Pain levels can vary depending on the person and the location of the tattoo. Some areas of the body are more sensitive than others. The sensation is often described as a scratching or stinging feeling.

After getting a tattoo, it's important to follow the artist's aftercare instructions. This usually involves keeping the tattoo clean and moisturized, avoiding sun exposure, and refraining from picking at the healing skin.

How to Take Care of a Tattoo FAQ

To care for a new tattoo, keep it clean and moisturized. Wash the tattoo gently with mild soap and water, then pat it dry with a clean towel. Apply a thin layer of fragrance-free lotion or tattoo aftercare product to keep the skin hydrated.

Your tattoo artist will advise you on when to remove the bandage, usually within a few hours to a day after getting the tattoo. Once the bandage is removed, follow the aftercare instructions provided.

Yes, it's normal for a new tattoo to scab as it heals. Avoid picking at the scabs, as this can cause damage to the tattoo and slow down the healing process.

It's best to avoid swimming in pools, hot tubs, or the ocean until your tattoo is fully healed. Submerging a new tattoo in water can increase the risk of infection and affect the healing process.

It's important to keep your tattoo out of direct sunlight until it's fully healed. Once healed, always apply a high-SPF sunscreen to protect your tattoo from fading and sun damage.
Tattoo Care