Tattoo Removal - Picoway Laser

  • Picoway is the fastest and most effective laser for tattoo removal
  • Book now for a complimentary consultation to plan your treatment!
  • Picoway achieves results in 4 to 8 treatments and is much faster than other lasers.
  • Results are visible after just two treatments!
  • Picoway is a high-powered laser and can be used to remove multi-coloured tattoos.
  • It is safe for most skin types.


Why is Picoway the best laser for tattoo removal?

Picoway is the fastest picosecond laser system available. It can utilise a very high energy beam for treatment.

It has three wavelengths: 532nm, 785nm &1064nm in order to work on most colours in a tattoo.

The treatment procedure is fast, results are visible after just two treatments.

How many treatments are required?

Results are visible in just two treatments. Full treatment could take 4-8 sessions depending on the depth and colour of the tattoo.

How frequently can I have treatments?

We recommend 4 weeks between each treatment to allow the skin to heal. This interval could be reduced to 2 weeks for some people.

Is the procedure for Picoway tattoo removal painful?

A local anaesthetic/numbing cream is applied and allowed to work prior to the procedure. This significantly reduces any pain felt during the procedure.

What if I want to get only a part of my tattoo removed?

The size/diameter of the Picoway laser beam can be varied so it is possible to precisely remove only a part of the tattoo.

Could I get a new tattoo done after treatment?

Before you get a new tattoo done the skin should be allowed to heal. Once it has healed a new tattoo could be done in the same area.

How much does this procedure cost?

Prices vary, depending on the size of the tattoo and the number of treatments required. You can discuss the costs at your first appointment.

You are welcome to make an appointment with a doctor at our clinic to discuss the procedure and aftercare. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss your concerns before, during and after the treatment. Written instructions are provided for aftercare.