What is laser tattoo removal?

If you regret getting a tattoo, whether it was from years ago or a few months, the good news is it no longer needs to be permanent. Prices start from only £38 and with attractive 0% finance options available.

Using the industries safest, most effective advanced laser tattoo removal technology your tattoo will be a distant memory in no time.

Our FDA approved lasers can reduce and remove any ink colour on all skin types.

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  • Preparation

    Before we undertake Laser Tattoo Removal treatment, we always invite you to an initial consultation. The purpose of the consultation is to ask you a few questions about your health and lifestyle so that we can make sure that Laser Hair Removal is suitable. We then undertake a patch test on a small area of skin in order to make sure that your skin doesn’t have any adverse effects to our laser technology.

  • Applying the laser

    After an initial consultation and a patch test 24 hours prior to your treatment, your personal laser practitioner will prepare the area you have selected for the treatment. Once the laser machine has been prepared, the treatment head is moved over the area of skin and activated.

  • Aftercare

    In a few cases, the skin may appear slightly sore or red immediately after the treatment. Application of aloe vera gel will help alleviate any discomfort. You should also be aware that you won't see full results after your first session.

Treatment FAQs

How does Laser Tattoo Removal work?

Tattoo removal treatment works by using powerful pulses of light applied precisely on the tattoo pigmentation on the skin. It breaks down the ink molecules. Your body’s immune system then naturally absorbs the ink into your body safely without damaging the surrounding tissue, before expelling it.

Before starting tattoo removal treatment we offer a free consultation and patch test to asses your tattoo. We talk with you about your expectations and goals and draw up your treatment plan. The patch test checks if you are suitable for the tattoo removal.

You can start your first tattoo removal session 48 hours later.

After your first session your tattoo will appear to be covered in a white residue known as “frosting”. The frosting is produced by small gas bubbles rising to the surface enabling the breaking down of tattoo pigments. Your skin is then left to heal for a number of weeks before your next appointment.

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