Laser tattoo removal at involve the destruction or removal of the outer skin layers by mechanical, chemical, or thermal means, accompanied by inflammation. The inflammatory process helps the phagocytic cells to expel the ink during the healing phase. Tattoo particles in both amateur and professional tattoos have similar character where the depth of the pigment ink varies greatly, with a greater variability in size, shape, and location noted in amateur tattoos. Early tattoo appears black or dark navy blue while older tattoo appears duller, bluer, more indistinct, and blurred with time, presumably as a consequence of ink particles moving deeper into the dermis through the action of mobile phagocytic cells. Amateur tattoo inks consist of simple, carbon particles originating from burnt wood, cotton, plastic, or paper, or from a variety of inks, including India ink, pen ink, and vegetable matter. Although it rarely occurs, red (mercury), yellow (cadmium), green (chromium), and blue (cobalt). it is so popular because it doesn’t even deal with the epidermis layer at all or the outermost layer of the skin. What happens is that pulses of light are directed at areas of the skin where the tattoo resides and break up the large ink molecules in the dermis layer, and thereby making the ink molecules so small that eventually they are carried away by the bloodstream. Laser tattoo removal provides people with a noninvasive tattoo removal option with the newest laser technology that operates on a Q-switched laser, which hit the commercial market in the 1990s. Laser tattoo removal is able to effectively remove most tattoos, ranging from small brightly colored flowers to names in black ink to tribal tattoos to stars. Our laser – which is used exclusively for laser tattoo removal – has several wavelengths of light that are able to remove both darker (black, brown, blue, purple) and lighter (red, orange, yellow, pink, green) tattoos