Picosure (detailed presentation here) is one of the most popular options in terms of Tattoo Removal, acne scarring treatment and fine lines/wrinkles eradication. If you are strongly considering Picosure for you you should choose responsibly.. this is why we share here a few testimonials we received on Picosure in our contact form.. Please choose responsibly:
My tattoo is on my right ankle, and it’s been there for a dozen years. I knew that undoing a tattoo used to be a painful procedure, so I was delighted when I found out that a new method called Picosure can get it rubbed out without much trouble (at least without making me endure the pain I had felt in other treatments that I had tried out, only to give up shortly afterwards). I had a couple of sessions so far; the initial one was done in 3 months ago and the last one just 3 days ago. Obviously, it will take some time before I am able to see some improvement but, in general, Picosure has worked fine the first time, and I see no reason in not finishing off the job and wiping out that tattoo for good!
I was completely downcast with a tattoo that wouldn’t disintegrate although I underwent Picosure two months ago. Luckily, I am beginning to see some noticeable results! I took heart by that and now I am much more optimistic for the future. I seriously need to uproot that nasty tattoo – actually I wish I had never had it done on me, but complaining now isn’t going to get me anywhere… So, redness and hyperpigmentation have faded and I’m now positive that the tattoo isn’t gonna last very long. The treatments in and of themselves are not totally pleasant (you see, it hurts sometimes) and the results have taken long to appear, but I’m too confident now to be disheartened again./blockquote>
My main complaint about Picosure is associated with pain. I truly was not at all impressed by that. Despite the “painless removal procedure” that is being advertised, my case involved a fair amount of pain. I felt the application of the laser as numerous small jolts on the treated area. Anyway, maybe my experience can be put down to the operator of the laser, and probably to his eagerness to get on with the session as soon as possible. At least, he managed to treat my big enough tattoo in just 10-15 minutes, with no further complications.
Luckily, things started looking up the following day. There was only mild discomfort, bruising and redness on the treated area, but I had escaped bleeding. Recovery was also fast, as these side effects insisted for a couple days and then abated significantly. But what I was worried about had to do with the results – the elimination of that stupid tattoo. Well, 10 days proved to be just enough for Picosure to make it fade remarkably – and there was more to come! Approximately a month after the first session, discoloration kept progressing to an impressive extent!
Obviously, all that buoyed me up, so I went for a second treatment to wrap up the results. This time, I felt less pain (an ice pack afterwards also helped mitigate the pain) and just returned to my normal life as I had done the first time. It’s over a month since that second session and the tattoo seems to be giving in completely. All in all, I am pretty satisfied with Picosure, which I definitely recommend for everyone wishing to get rid of their tattoo. On the flip side, the treatments weren’t plain sailing, and that’s a pity, but it seems that I’m not so resistant to pain, or the doctor just isn’t the smoothest out there!/blockquote>
I think Picosure is closer to the ultimate than any of its competitors. At least that’s what my experience tells me. I mean, I had been trying a couple of other tattoo-removal solutions (including MedLite C6) for some time, but I wasn’t at all thrilled by the results, and on top of that, aching would get intense at times. Therefore I headed for some laser treatment – and I haven’t regretted it. There are several advantages associated with Picosure: it hurts less, it doesn’t affect surrounding tissues and tattoo eradication seems to be taking place much faster than with other contenders. Even swelling and itchiness, which I was prepared to come up against after the sessions, have been minimal. However, my advice to anyone considering having a couple of Picosure sessions is to get a properly certified expert to treat you; otherwise you may end up dissatisfied, because Picosure’s effectiveness is heavily contingent on its laser power, so you need to have a properly trained person handling that machine to take full advantage of its potential.