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A TECHNOLOGICAL

BREAKTHROUGH

In the early 2000s, a group of eminent physicists in the Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University were working on something a little outside their normal field of research: tattoo removal. Together with dermatologists, they discovered a new and innovative way of removing ink from the skin.


 We've been working hard over the last decade to bring this remarkable technology to people everywhere, starting with London. 

THE SCIENCE

HOW DOES LASER TATTOO REMOVAL WORK?

When you get a tattoo molecules of ink are inserted into the skin. The immune system senses this, and attempts to remove the ink, but not with much luck. The ink molecules are huge, so difficult to budge, and this is essentially why tattoos are permanent.

To remove a tattoo, this process is accelerated - really accelerated. Lasers (powerful beams of light) break apart the large ink molecules, allowing the body to process them. How this works is really just an energy transfer: the ink absorbs energy from the laser.

Current laser tattoo removal involves really high levels of energy. When ink molecules absorb this energy, they heat up rapidly and expand, damage the surrounding skin - often causing blisters and burning. Eventually, the expansion will cause the particles to break apart, but not without causing long term damage first.

ULTRA-LOW ENERGY

NAAMA TAKES A DIFFERENT APPROACH

The faster light energy is transferred to the tattoo, the less energy is needed to break down ink particles. The less energy needed, the less damage to the skin.


NAAMA transfers light energy at an exceptional speed, and uses ultra-low levels of energy. Ink molecules break apart rapidly, before any energy can escape and potentially damage the surrounding skin. NAAMA is the most advanced tattoo removal in the world.

 

This novel way of breaking down ink allows tattoos to be removed quickly, with less pain, and no damage.

ROOTED IN LEADING SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Princeton is one of the world’s foremost universities, recognised for its leadership in and contribution to research and innovation.

FUNDED BY EU COMMISSION

Horizon 2020 is a government funding scheme helping to bring more technology breakthroughs, discoveries and world-firsts from the science lab into the real world.

ISO13485: CERTIFIED
MEDICAL DEVICE

ISO 13485 is an international accreditation recognizing companies developing technology to a medical device standard.

CE MARK

CERTIFIED

Like FDA approval in the USA, the CE Mark is a critical regulatory mark that confirms a technology is safe and ready for use on the European market.

IS NAAMA RIGHT FOR ME?

OUR NAAMA ADVISORS

HEAR FROM THE EXPERTS

SENIOR DERMATOLOGIST & INTERNATIONAL LECTURER

Dr. Kathy Taghipour

“NAAMA is something totally different. The results I’ve observed from the clinical trials are really extraordinary - there was no damage to the skin.”

HARLEY ST. CONSULTANT DERMATOLOGIST

Dr. Fiona Worsnop

“I am incredibly impressed with NAAMA. The technology they are using is astonishingly advanced and designed specifically for tattoo removal.”

SENIOR MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DERMATOLOGIST

Dr. Steven Hubert 

“The combination of fast pulses, low energy and accurate treatment adds up to a tattoo removal system unlike anything 
else in the industry.”

THE NAAMA EXPERIENCE

Not sure what to expect from laser tattoo removal? Dr Fiona Worsnop, Consultant Dermatologist, walks you through the removal journey. 

CONTACT US

020 7031 3471

hello@naamastudios.com

109 Great Portland St

Marylebone

London

W1W 6QG

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NAAMA Studios Ltd. is a limited company registered in England and Wales under company number 11953457.

Claims based on (1) a clinical study in which more than 1,000 treatments were conducted across 58 study participants, (2) 150+ samples of treated tattoos and skin as reviewed by independent dermatologists.

Individual results may vary.