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Here at The Laser Treatment Clinic, we are specialists in laser tattoo removal with over 25 years practice and experience at our Harley Street Clinic.
What is Laser Tattoo Removal?
Laser tattoo removal is the process of removing a tattoo or semi-permanent makeup by breaking up the tattoo ink using a Q-switched laser. The laser works by targeting the pigment in the ink and is a non-invasive procedure.
Possible Temporary After Effects of Laser Tattoo Removal
Laser tattoo removal methods have come far since they were first introduced, however, there are still some possible temporary after effects associated with the procedure which you should be aware of. These may include:
Removing Unwanted Tattoos
Our cutting edge laser tattoo removal treatment is highly effective in clearing away unwanted artwork, leaving the skin healthy and clear again with permanent results (although please be aware that final results will vary depending on individual skin types).
We use the Nd: YAG laser to remove amateur and professional tattoos. The Q-switched Nd: YAG laser is seen as the gold standard of tattoo removal as it is effective at as it works well on different coloured pigments. However, it’s worth keeping in mind that some colours are easier to remove than others; black and dark green fade easily, while yellow, purple and turquoise coloured tattoos take more sessions to treat.
To complement your tattoo removal sessions, and nourish and restore your skin while it heals, we recommend using the following homecare products during and after your laser removal treatment:
• Marine Boost Super Serum (skin revitalising cream)
To find out how our experts can help you, book a free consultation with one of our skin experts who will create a tailor-made skin care plan just for you. Call our 24 hour hotline now on 0208 012 8582 or Book a free consultation here. Our Skin Specialists will get back to you as soon as possible during clinic opening hours. Monday to Thursday 10am to 8.30pm and Friday 8am to 3pm.