Laser tattoo removal is one of the most effective methods of tattoo removal available today. The procedure involves utilising a short series of high-intensity light pulses on the tattooed area.

Darker tattoos, especially black ones, are generally quite easy to remove. Tattoos that feature light colours with less pigmentation can be more difficult to remove, and they are likely to need more sessions for removal. Results from laser eye surgery will differ from person to person, depending on the concentration and size of tattoos.

During the procedure, protective eyewear must be worn to prevent any damage to the eyes.

Prior to the surgery, anaesthetic cream or gel is put onto the area to help to minimise pain. Pain killers may also be used in combination with this.

Following laser treatment, the treated area may feel very sensitive- this is a common side effect and can be soothed by applying ice to the area.

Laser tattoo removal is a fantastic way of getting rid of any unwanted tattoos and is very cost-effective. Some clinics even allow you to spread the cost of the procedure over a number of months.