SLC

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£42

Artistic tattoo removal

if you’ve changed, or your tattoos have changed…

Whether it’s because you regret them, or that they just no longer suit you, if unwanted tattoos are bothering you, then we would like to help. As well as removing a tattoo completely, we can remove or fade some of it so you can cover it up or enhance it with a new design. We use a combination of three different state-of-the-art lasers for best results and to treat tattoos of varying colours and sizes. This is not only effective, but safe too. Book a free consultation below to see what’s possible for you

Is this the right treatment for me?

Laser tattoo removal is suitable for most people although it isn’t advisable when your skin is tanned. We can certainly treat you if your skin is naturally dark. During your free consultation, we’ll discuss the options and estimate how much it will cost. If we don’t believe you can get the results you’d like, we’ll tell you immediately.

How many treatments will I need?

This depends on the size, colours and depths of the dyes in your tattoos. Professional tattoos often consist of a mixture of colours and may take as many as 6 treatments to remove. Amateur tattoos are often cleared by one or two treatments.

What happens during treatment?

Your specialist nurse will meet you and guide you through each stage of the treatment. We may begin with different small test patches of different laser settings to see which gives the best results and take photos to monitor your progress.

How does it feel?

Most people describe the feeling of the laser on the skin as like being flicked by an elastic band or a small pin prick. We use an air cooling system to make it more comfortable and anaesthetic cream if needed. Our qualified medical team are able to offer local/general anaesthetics.

How does it work?

Laser treatment works through the dye in your tattoo. Laser light fragments the coloured dye particles and allows the body's immune system to remove them.

What happens afterwards?

The treated areas appear as white blisters, up to 5 millimetres in diameter, which usually disappear within 24 hours. The treated area may continue to change over the next three months, so treatments are usually three months apart. But don’t worry, we’ll explain everything at your free consultation.

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With every treatment you have, you'll be helping someone else too—100% of the proceeds go back into the NHS.