At Perfectly Bare we utilize the ALMA Harmony XL ClearLift laser for tattoo removal. The ClearLift laser was developed by industry leader Alma Lasers and is trusted by the leading dermatologists in the industry. One of its primary uses is the removal of dark and multicolored tattoos. The ClearLift is a state-of-the-art q-switched ND: Yag laser which minimizes the risks of scarring or loss of skin color (hypopigmentation).
Previous laser tattoo removal systems were often less effective at dealing with most kinds of tattoos. Moreover, these lasers lacked the precision needed to limit risks of permanent damage to the skin. Luckily, ClearLift is a safe and effective way to remove unwanted tattoos. Truly it is one of the only ways to remove dark and multicolored tattoos with the smallest risk of skin damage.
ClearLift allows you get your tattoos removed with fewer treatments, saving you money and reducing your discomfort and inconvenience.
How Does Laser Tattoo Removal Work
Every color of ink requires a different wavelength of light and amount of energy to be efficiently removed.
ClearLift is a high-powered Q-switched laser that can operate 2 different wavelengths to be effective with darker colors, brighter colors like red and orange.
The treatment breaks down the ink particles without causing damage to the skin. This is achieved by a Photo-Acoustic effect created by the impact of the laser energy delivered with very short pulses to the targeted ink. Over time, your body’s natural healing processes (the lymphatic system) removes the ink fragments from your body. This allows your tattoo to fade with only minimal risks of scarring or skin discoloration.
Where it's For
Patients seek treatment for almost any body part, including legs, arms, buttocks, backs, stomachs, face or neck.
What are treatments like?
Having a tattoo removed is just as personal of a decision as deciding to get a tattoo. Whatever your reasons, you deserve to have your tattoo removal process be as smooth and effective as possible.
The tattoo removal procedure complexity and length of time depends on the size and coloring of the tattoo. Our technician will review the treatment process during the initial consultation session.