Tattoo mistakes can now be rectified with a new treatment

Posted on 13 Aug, 2012

Have you had a tattoo done, only to get home and find that a word has been spelt incorrectly? Or maybe you had a word or phrase tattooed in a foreign language and the translation is wrong? You may also have had a tattoo done by an inexperienced tattoo artist, who has made a complete mess of the lines and shading?

Whatever the tattoo mistake, there is now a new treatment available to put all errors right. Laser treatment can be used to break down the pigment in the tattoo into small enough molecules that the body’s immune system can remove them. After a few sessions of laser tattoo removal treatment, your tattoo will start to fade. It should then disappear altogether.

This leaves you free to get a new tattoo (although it is not advisable to get a tattoo in the same area as the old one so soon after tattoo removal treatment), making sure that no mistakes are made this time.

No one wants to walk around with the embarrassment of a misspelt or incorrectly applied tattoo, but thanks to laser tattoo removal treatment, such mistakes are no longer permanent.