Laser tattoo removal – an effective method

Posted on 24 Jan, 2011

From small designs to bigger elaborate ones, and single coloured to multi-coloured or shaded; tattoos come in lots of different forms.
Millions of people all over the world have tattoos, but a lot of the time people later regret their decision and want their tattoo removed.

While tattoos were once considered permanent, they can now be removed completely or partially. Using laser beams to remove tattoos is quickly gaining popularity, as it is also by far the most convenient and safe option available, compared to the more primitive grafting and abrasion methods.

There are several factors which determine how long it takes to remove a tattoo- with the size and colours in the tattoo being the main factors. Darker tones like blues and blacks are often easier to remove than lighter tones like greens and yellows. The treatment might take anywhere from 5 to 12 sittings, spaced over a number of weeks.

Laser tattoo removal is also very affordable nowadays, especially as many clinics give you the option of paying for the treatment in instalments.

So, why put up with that unwanted tattoo removal even longer when it can be removed with laser tattoo removal?!