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Although a tattoo looks like a simple painting on the skin, it’s actually a series of ink deposits placed deep into the skin – designed to last forever. The reality is that thousands of people decide to remove their tattoos each year because the designs are no longer relevant to their lifestyle. Lasers are the answer.

Lasers are one of the safest and most effect way to remove tattoos. The MedLite C6 and RevLite are the gold standard tools for this sophisticated procedure, using up to four different wavelengths to remove multiple colors of tattoo ink.

The MedLite C6 uses PhotoAcoustic energy to safely penetrate the skin and target the tattoo at its core. Each pass of the laser vibrates and gently shatters the tattoo ink into micro-particles that are eventually eliminated through the body’s natural processes. Because the laser delivers the energy in a very precise ‘beam,’ physicians can trace the design without damaging the surrounding skin.

The Medlite laser is one of the most technologically advanced lasers for removing pigmented lesions. Removal entails putting numbing cream to the skin and then using a pigment laser to break up the pigments. Coloured tattoos especially greens, yellows, red and blue are more difficult to remove and requires special filters to achieve the right laser wavelengths to achieve good results.


  • Small (<5cm) - RM400 per session
  • Medium (5-8cm) - RM750 per session
  • Large (9-12cm) - RM1150 per session
  • Extra Large (>12cm) - RM1500 per session



    The Medlite laser removes tattoo ink with the energy of light. A laser is a device which is designed to produce one or more specific wavelengths of light. Tattoo ink is removed by using this specific wavelength of light which passes into the skin, but is absorbed by the ink. The rapid absorption of light energy causes the tattoo ink to break into tiny particles which can then be removed by the body's natural filtering systems. The Medlite laser provides maximum tattoo removal while leaving the surrounding skin unharmed.

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