The Apple Watch is all the rage and as many seek the Apple Watch, many who have it are deciding between art and technology. #TattooGate is not a joke. The Apple Watch is not compatible with wrist ink. You can wait for Tim Cook to fix it in the next generation or you can enjoy your new gadget by making this decision:
Change Your INK With Less Pain, Shorter Treatments, Faster Results
PicoWay from Syneron Candela
PicoWay offers an easier way to erase ink that no longer fits your lifestyle. The new dual-wave picosecond laser delivers ultra-short pulses of energy (shorter than any other picosecond laser) with the highest peak power available on the market. PicoWay creates a photo-mechanical impact that breaks tattoo ink into tinier, more easily eliminated particles. Therefore, PicoWay is able to disrupt even the smallest ink particles, making it even easier for the body to get rid of unwanted ink.
In the end you enjoy a faster, more effective treatment with improved clearance on the widest range of ink colors and types. Significant results can be seen after just three to four treatments, as opposed to six to twelve sessions with older traditional tattoo removal technologies. And, PicoWay is less painful than other tattoo removal systems.
Traditional tattoo-removing lasers operate in the nanosecond or billionth of a second range. PicoWay is the first FDA-cleared picosecond Nd:YAG laser for tattoo removal. The new, super-fast laser improves the ability to remove that permanent ink.
"This revolutionary, picosecond-domain, dual wavelength, Nd:YAG laser is a significant advance in laser technology," said Eric F. Bernstein, M.D.,M.S.E., Director of Laser Surgery and Cosmetic Dermatology Centers in Ardmore, PA. "Having an Nd:YAG picosecond-domain laser enables treatment of the widest range of skin types and allows rapid removal of black, red and other pigments. Picosecond pulse-durations were a long time coming, and are a significant innovation in laser technology, and the wait was well worth it."
A recent Syneron Candela consumer survey found that 15 percent of Americans over the age of 18 have tattoos. The same survey reveals that almost 1 in 5 people with a tattoo say they have considered removing their tattoo. If your arm art is preventing your Apple Watch from working, PicoWay now removes your ink in fewer sessions allowing you to enjoy your new watch with your new skin.
Source: Syneron Candela