The ERASER System promises to be a new approach to tattoo removal that employs a next-generation scientific and technological advance. The fundamental principle behind the ERASER System is the dislodgement, at room temperature, of the tattoo ink particles from their biological anchors by a benign, safe reactive energy field that works on any color of tattoo ink and in the skin of any color.
A Comparison of the ERASER System to laser tattoo removal is included in the table below.
|FEATURES||ERASER SYSTEM||LASER REMOVAL|
|Performance||1-2 treatments||6-12 Sessions 60 days apart|
|Results||No discernible image||“shadow tattoo”|
|Ink Colors||Treats all colors||Match frequency – multiple lasers|
|Skin Type||All Skin Types – Fitzpatrick I-VI||Primarily for light colored skin Fitzpatrick Skin Types I-III|
|Precision||Fine, can alter-existing tattoo||Coarse, limited control|
|Treatment||Relatively pain free, modest aftercare||Pain must be managed before each session (topicals or oral meds) Periprocedural pain is HIGH|
|Side Effects||Mild bruising||Blistering, bleeding, infection, hyperpigmentation, and/or hypopigmentation, and scaring|