Laser Tattoo Removal is an effective and permanent way to either fade or erase an unwanted tattoo. Results do depend on the age, colour and the types of ink used. A consultation and patch test is required before a course of treatment is decided as not all clients may be suitable.

Laser Tattoo Removal - How it works

During a laser tattoo removal procedure, the practitioner guides a laser over the area of the tattoo. Unlike a laser pointer that produces a continuous beam of light, tattoo removal lasers produce pulses of light energy.

Each pulse of energy penetrates the skin and is absorbed by the tattoo ink. As the tattoo ink particles absorb the energy, they heat up and then shatter into tiny fragments. Then, over the weeks following treatment, the body’s immune system flushes the tattoo ink particles away from the location, lightening the appearance of the tattoo. Each laser treatment breaks down more and more of the tattoo ink until none remains.

For a large area (approx 30cm x 30cm) £125 per session