Do you regret a tattoo, or are you dissatisfied with the result of an MHP treatment? BALD pigment specialises in tattoo removal.
BALD specialises in removing tattoos or unsatisfied MHP results. Using our medical picolaser equipment, we can touch up or completely remove the result in a few treatments. In most cases, the average tattoo is removed within 5 to 6 treatments. The age of the tattoo, size and quality also play a role in the amount of treatments.
To make the treatment as successful as possible, we only treat black and white tattoos, so no coloured tattoos. For MHP, in most cases the pigment disappears or is touched up within 1 to 2 treatments. When there is pigment placed by another provider, more treatments may be needed. This depends on the type and depth of pigment used.
The cost of tattoo removal is always based on a joint consultation. Removing a tattoo depends on the size, wear and tear and the type and depth of ink used.
For tattoos from 5cm onwards, costs start from €45.00 per treatment.
Removing a tattoo depends on the size, abrasion and the type and depth of ink used.
The tattoo can be removed completely but this also depends on the tattoo. Together we estimate how many treatments we will need, however, this cannot always be predicted. Removing a tattoo depends on its size, wear and tear, and the type and depth of ink used.
Unfortunately, as far as we know, no health insurer covers tattoo removal.
Everyone has a different pain threshold. It also depends a lot on the location of the tattoo. For example, a tattoo on the ribs or fingers is more painful than on the shoulder or upper arm. The sensation during removal is often described as a rubber band shot against the skin.
Pain-free laser treatment is possible with the use of an anaesthetic ointment, which leaves the skin numb. For this, however, you should apply special anaesthetic ointment more than an hour beforehand.
Together we estimate how many treatments we will need, however, this cannot always be predicted. Removing a tattoo depends on the size, wear and tear and the type and depth of ink used.
Our advice is to leave an average of 8 weeks between treatments, sometimes longer. Shorter than 8 weeks makes no sense at all. The body has to clear the ink particles on its own and that takes time. So the longer you give the body time to dispose of the ink particles, the more results you will get from the treatment and the fewer treatments you will need.
We welcome you to our studio for a no-obligation consultation.