The popularity of tattoos has increased markedly since the turn of the millennium with many choosing ink art partly through trends and because of the famous pop, film, and sports stars going for increasing body ink.
However, there are times when life and its circumstances will change. Lovers can become enemies, beliefs can be shed or perhaps tattoos restrict a person socially or in their careers, meaning an increasing demand for laser tattoo removal.
Sometimes it can be something as simple as an artist doing a poor job which leads to ridicule leading to the need of a removal, or perhaps an old tattoo is faded so the space when it is cleared can be replaced by fresh ink.
Why laser removal?
Laser tattoo removal is the safest and most effective way of removing body art. It works by shattering the tattoo pigment into smaller fragments which are then dispersed naturally via your immune system. There is no danger of excess pain, with laser removal often less sore than getting the tattoo in the first place. It is more like a strong sunburn.
The process is completed over several sessions over a few weeks as the skin eventually heals with absolutely no evidence or scarring of the skin where the tattoo was placed. Bad memories are no longer displayed on your body as a reminder each time you look in the mirror. Perhaps there will then be an urge to go for a grey and black tattoo as a replacement.
Top quality removal treatment uses the latest in laser technology with a Quanta system, one of the most proficient. It achieves excellent scar-free results that have proven to be unrivalled worldwide. The 3 wavelengths in the technology are unique to the industry, providing treatment for a wide spectrum of severe ink colours to ensure a complete removal.
Following laser removal of a tattoo it is essential to minimise the risk of complications, which can be achieved by keeping the skin clean by washing it carefully in the days following the procedure. The application of a petrolatum ointment can also assist in the healing process of the skin. The government has issued information for skin care advice.
Having an unwanted tattoo is no longer a problem when it can be removed completely and without further scarring by using the latest technology. Mistakes or the past can be removed from the body to start afresh.