The Pulsar Tattoo Removal System is currently been developed specifically to target tattoos.
Our team of engineers have developed a new form of high intensity pulsing of the light that correctly and gradually remove the ink (tattoo), safely and without scarring.
Our customers can choose to have a specific system only for tattoos as pictured to your left, or can pay the additional cost
the tattoo removal software embeded in any of our Intense Pulsed Light Systems.
Tattoo removal works by breaking up, gradually the tattoo ink into small particles and letting the macrophages dispose of these broken particles of ink. More than 5 treatments are needed to see gentle, great result.
Different objects absorb and reflect different wavelengths of light differently – and tattoo inks act the same way. For example, a red tattoo will absorb all of the colours of visible light in exception to red.
The tattoo appears red to our eye because it reflects the colour red and nothing else.
Therefore, if your goal is to shatter the ink in a red tattoo, you would not want to treat it with red light, since it would reflect all of the light and not absorb the energy.
he Pulsar System uses the latest technology in high intensity pulsed light energy to shatter the ink for a gentle tattoo removal.
Is the Pulsar the right machine for tattoo removal?
Up until now the only successful way of removing tattoos was with Q-switched lasers, such as a frequency double YAG and ruby or alexandrite.
The cost of these lasers combined is in excess of £ 100,000, for good systems. Cheaper versions (around £ 1000) are obtainable from the far- East but are 100% burning and scarring people as the protocol for tattoo removal is not observed and cannot be due to the basic technical function of these machines.
The problem is all down to High energy parameters and capability of the system used, our Pulsar-Tattoo removal system is powerful enough to deliver very high energy -short pulses of light that other systems cannot achieve, this is why the new Pulsar is not an IPL (intense pulsed light) but it is a new generation of SPHE (Short Pulse High Energy) developed by Pulsar.