Tattoos are meant to be a permanent mark on the body, carefully chosen, designed and executed to represent something for the person. Unfortunately to many people’s horror sometimes this is not quite what happens.
There are various situations that can come about to cause tattoo regret. These are some of the most common:
- A spur of the moment decision and you have a tattoo for life. Maybe you don’t regret having a tattoo but in retrospect that particular tattoo is not quite what you would choose now.
- You changed and the tattoo is no longer fitting. It could relate to an ex, a group you are no longer a part of, or it just no longer reflects who you are.
- The tattoo is not how you imagined, if you had the tattoo you wanted you would love it, but what you see on your body is not quite that. Maybe it was poorly executed or the tattoo artist just did not capture your idea.
How We Can Help:
If you are suffering from tattoo regret and are looking to remove one or more tattoos, you have surgical and non-surgical options to consider. As a laser clinic, we offer the best method of removing a tattoo non-surgically. The great thing about laser as a non-surgical option is that it is non-invasive and requires no down time!
Using the latest innovations in tattoo removal, the PicoSure & PicoWay tattoo removal lasers, we can remove your tattoo faster than ever- in as little as 3-8 treatments.
The PicoSure & PicoWay lasers use a photo-mechanical energy fired in pico-seconds (one trillionth of a second) to shatter the ink into tiny particles, which your body then eliminates itself. These lasers also remove difficult inks, such as green and blues much faster than the older conventional lasers.
Your Next Step:
The first thing you should do is book yourself in for a free consultation. There are no set-ups or preparation required before this consultation.
During the consultation you will show the unwanted tattoo to the technician who will be able to recommend to you the best course of treatments and answer any questions that you may have.
Following that you will have a free patch test. That is the use of a laser on a small area of the tattoo, to see how your skin reacts to the laser. Once you have shown no adverse reactions to the laser you can get booked in for a full course of treatments.