A tattoo of a name or picture that you would rather not have a permanent reminder can successfully be erased by the procedure of laser tattoo removal. Tattoos are treated by a specially designed laser which aids and targets the separate colours of the tattoo ensuring effective removal. A test patch appointment may be needed to determine how many appointments you would need with the laser specialist in order to fully remove the tattoo or tattoos.
Laser tattoo removal can often cost anywhere from £50 up to £200 but costs may vary according to the size and colours used in the tattoo. There may be some side effects to laser tattoo removal such as hyper pigmentation and loss of pigment however normal pigmentation is expected to return after 6 months from the time you undergo laser tattoo removal treatment. Laser tattoo removal is a treatment that comes alongside many other treatments which can be done to enhance the beauty of your body such as laser hair removal. Many women worry about the lasers effects on infertility however there has been no noted cases of a link between laser tattoo treatments and infertility.
A small amount of discomfort may occur after the laser tattoo removal however an anaesthetic cream can be applied to soothe the area.Laser tattoo removal is beneficial to those of you who want to remove that unwanted image or name from your body and be a more effective alternative removing tattoos rather than always having to cover them up.