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As More and more people are getting tattoos more and more people are getting them removed.

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Are you having second thoughts about your tattoo? Want it completely removed or just aiming for a cover up?

Laser tattoo removal is a non-invasive treatment option that can safely remove your tattoo without leaving a scar. We use Q-Switched Nd:YAG lasers specifically designed for laser tattoo removal, this type of laser tattoo removal is considered the gold standard and offers the most effective, reliable and safest way to remove unwanted tattoos.

[The number of sessions needed in order to receive the required results vary from 3 to 15 sessions.] The laser works by firing a beam of light through the skin in short pulses. The light is absorbed by the tattoo ink creating a reaction which breaks down the ink into tiny particles . This allows the body’s defence mechanism to take over and gradually remove the pigment. Because each pulse is so short typically 25 billionths of a second and is targeted directly onto the pigment there is normally no lasting damage to the skin or surrounding tissue. The whole procedure is repeated several times usually at about six to eight week intervals allowing the body time to remove as much pigment as possible.

While the million-dollar question is always how many treatments this will take? Several factors impact on this

Your overall health helps to promote an active metabolic rate which encourages speedy ink removal and rapid healing. This type of Laser Tattoo Removal technology is considered the 'Gold Standard' in tattoo removal and offers the most effective, reliable and safest way to remove unwanted tattoos. For advice on Laser Tattoo Removal please call

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A patch test and consultation is required before treatment
The more experienced the tattooist is the longer it will take to remove the pigment. The more superficial and dispersed the ink is, the fewer passes the laser will need to breakdown the particles. Heavy lines and fully saturated fields of ink have more substance so they’ll take longer.

The size of the tattoo, your body can only remove so much ink at a time.
Ultimately, our lasers don’t remove your tattoo—your body does. Since your immune system is in control of the process, here are a few simple lifestyle choices you can make to help speed things up.
  • Diet and exercise : Exercise regularly, eat healthily, and stay hydrated.
  • Drugs and alcohol Do not drink to excess, smoke, or overuse caffeine.
  • Sun protection: Avoid prolonged sun exposure; use sunscreen with at least SPF 40 and twenty percent zinc content.