In recent years, especially among young people, the fashion of decorating the body with tattoos of different sizes, shapes and colors has emerged strongly. But in the same way, there are also more and more people who, years after getting tattoos, repent and have the need to take them off for personal, social or work reasons. Several studies show that more than 50% of people with tattoos regret, at some point in their life, have done it and wish to remove them from their skin. Tattoos, when desired and are made by good professionals, are usually done with the best tools and workmanship. But there are also unwanted tattoos, due to accidents or injuries that involve the introduction of carbon, tar or asphalt particles into the skin, usually after a fall, accident or something else. All tattoos are deposits on the skin of pigments such as charcoal or Chinese ink, titanium oxide, iron oxide and various organic-metallic materials. When eliminating a tattoo it is essential to be in the hands of good professionals. Currently, laser techniques are effective for different types of tattoos, all colors or for tattoos by accident. In laser procedure a beam of light of a specific wavelength is emitted during a fraction of a second and this is absorbed by the tattoo pigments in the skin including the melanin. Laser technology is used to remove cosmetic tattoos and brown age spots on the face, breasts, hands and arms. The laser also eliminates micro pigmentation. Clinically, the effect of this high energy radiation is reflected by a photo acoustic effect with mechanical shock on the tissues, with a splash and a click, and the epidermal residues being observed when the laser is impacted on the treated area. Some patients report that they feel a slight puncture, like the blow of an elastic band on the skin. Many patients do not require anesthesia. However, some patients feel more comfortable with a local numbing agent, such as topical anesthesia. Usually, each session lasts between 10 and 30 minutes. You will continue to notice that the tattoo is cleared after each treatment as your body removes more pigment. Most patients will notice an improvement in tattoos and the results can be quite drastic. Typically, tattoos are removed after 1-4 treatment sessions. Professional tattoos require 3 to 10 sessions. This type of laser can remove most of the pigments from different tattoos, including green ink. The results are observed from the first session, the pigmentation of the tattoo will disappear according to the sessions. Sometimes a burn can happen and therefore the skin will become red with swelling and burning sensation. This will only for a few days. Before the arrival of the medical laser, common techniques included cryosurgery, dermabrasion, and excision. Such methods can be painful and often leave scars. Laser treatments are safer. They are minimally invasive and only deal with the ink used in the tattoo process. Lasers are today the norm for tattoo removal, especially the Q-switched laser.