What is "frosting" from Laser Tattoo Removal?
Have you been considering laser tattoo removal? Here's a quick rundown on what happens during this fast, efficient laser treatment, and it's something called "frosting".
This is a chemical reaction that occurs when the laser light energy reacts with the tattoo ink
(or permanent makeup pigments on brows). This process releases a gas or plasma. Carbon Dioxide is released as a result if this reaction and raises to the epidermis layer of skin and giving the white "frosted" look that we see.
Don't worry though! Frosting is a temporary side effect that lasts anywhere from 5 to 30 minutes after the treatment and is very much a good thing.
This reaction indicates the laser is penetrating the ink effectively. On top of that, it also shows that your body is reacting and healing quickly.
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