Tattoo Removal

Treating all tattoo colours, including Dark and Bright, Red and Brown

Treats semi-permanent tattoos

Treats microbladed brows

Visible results after just one session

How long will it take to remove my tattoo?

The number of sessions needed to remove a tattoo depends on three factors:

the age of the tattoo

the colour of the ink

the density of the ink.

During a free consultation, our experienced practitioners will discuss the number of treatments you are likely to need.

Questions on Your Treatment

How does laser tattoo removal work?

Each pulse of the laser sends light energy into your skin. We use different wavelengths of laser light to treat different colours of ink in your tattoo. As the light energy is directed into your skin, it is selectively absorbed by the tattoo ink particles trapped in the dermis of your skin. When the ink particles absorb this energy, they instantly shatter into tiny fragments. Once the laser has broken the ink into smaller pieces, your body’s immune system works to remove the ink over the following weeks, flushing it away from the tattooed area. We see the result of this as the tattoo lightening in appearance. Each additional laser treatment breaks down more and more ink until the tattoo can no longer be seen.

How do I prepare for my laser tattoo removal treatment?

We recommend that you avoid excessive sun exposure in the few days before the treatment starts.

Does it hurt ? 

Laser tattoo removal involves some level of discomfort; however we  use ice  on the skin before, during, and after treatments. This soothes the skin and makes the treatment much more bearable. We also apply a soothing gel to the treated area after the treatment. 

Can you help me revise this tattoo? 

Yes, we can provide support to patients looking for tattoo revision rather than completely removing the whole tattoo. 

What aftercare will I need? 

For the week after the treatment session, you should: 

wash and dry the treated area gently using a mild soap, then apply a soothing moisturiser 

protect your skin with high factor sunscreen 

avoid excessive UV exposure 

avoid strenuous exercise