Good morning @salforduni! We're spreading the good word at #mediamashup freshers fair today in @mediacityuk! Come and play Host Andreea at @connectfour, if you win we'll give you a FREE #Ziferblat hour 🍰☕️🎉😉
If you've not heard already, we're throwing a Pop-Punk Freshers Party!
To celebrate, we've put together a playlist of our favourite pop-punk tunes. Check it out via the link below to get yourself in the mood. It features tracks from bands such as The Story So Far, Knuckle Puck, A Day To Remember and New Found Glory!
Get down to @lostintokyoNQ this Thursday from 10pm - 3am.
FREE ENTRY! FREE SHOTS! FREE FUN! 💀 xx
Before and immediately after 1st session of laser tattoo removal. The second picture shows the 1st part of the laser process.This is what we call frosting. The final picture is healing after the 2nd session of removal.
What is white frosting?
The rapid local heating of skin pigment, which leads to gas or plasma forming, causes the white frosting you sometimes see during and after laser treatment. Carbon dioxide is released as a result of laser penetration and surfaces on the upper layer of the skin, which resembles a white frosting.
In the vast majority of cases, this only lasts for 15-30 minutes after treatment. It is a temporary side effect, which is perfectly normal. White frosting is always evident during the first treatment, but once more ink gets remove from further sessions it won’t appear as much.
Is white frosting a good or bad thing?
It might not look very nice, but the white frosting you see during laser tattoo removal 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.
As soon as the laser hits your skin, it can go in various different directions. Some paths of light will reflect off the skin, while others will penetrate into the epidermis and dermis. However, we are interested in the ones that reach the ink particles, are absorbed into the skin and cause white frosting to occur.
Please call 01617898888 to book.