What’s the difference between picosecond tattoo washing and laser tattoo washing?

Who had few rebellious ideas when he was young, and often tattooed on impulse. As a symbol of a trend, many young people are very keen on tattooing their favorite patterns on their bodies. However, some people need to wash off their original tattoos because of their military participation and preferences. At this time, they can only remove the tattoos by means of medical beauty. Among them, laser is a more common way to wash tattoos, but with the advent of picosecond this year, Picosecond is also widely used in tattoo washing. What’s the difference between laser tattoo washing and picosecond tattoo washing?

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What’s the difference between picosecond tattoo washing and laser tattoo washing?

Picosecond and Q-switched laser are actually a kind of laser beauty instrument. The high energy emitted by the laser is used to break the pigment in the skin tissue, which makes the pigment mass expand due to heating technology and lead to explosion, so that most of the pigment can pop out of the body immediately, and the small particles will also be swallowed by the cells and gradually discharged from the body.

The picosecond laser pulse belongs to picosecond level, which is shorter than the duration of Q-switched laser, but the emission frequency is higher than that of Q-switched laser. In this way, the loss of normal tissue can be effectively reduced and the postoperative effect of non-invasive treatment can be achieved.

Picosecond laser can make the energy more concentrated, which is 20 times that of Q-switched laser. It can break the pigment group into smaller particles. The tiny pigment particles are easier to be metabolized by the body, so as to greatly improve the pigment excretion rate.

Which is more effective, picosecond tattoo wash or laser tattoo wash?

Compared with Q-switched laser, picosecond laser is more effective in removing tattoos. In addition to the traditional black, it can also remove different colors such as blue, red, green and purple. Compared with Q-switched laser, the treatment interval is shorter and the number of times is less.

Picosecond laser will not damage the skin like Q-switched laser, and the single shot power of picosecond laser is high. While strengthening the breaking of pigment mass, it will hardly cause any damage to the surrounding normal tissue. The postoperative recovery period is very short and will not leave scars.

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