Tattoo Removal

Tattoo Removal

Tattoo Removal

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Reclaim Your Canvas - Your Journey to a Clean Slate

In recent years, tattoos have evolved from symbols of rebellion to celebrated forms of self-expression. Yet, for some, the allure of body art has faded, and the need for tattoo removal has become more prevalent than ever. Whether it’s the evolving tastes of mums and daughters or the influence of celebrities, one thing is clear: tattoos are deeply personal, and our feelings about them can change.

Tattoos were once met with judgment, but times have changed. Today, people from all walks of life proudly wear their ink as a form of self-expression. However, the inspiration behind tattoos can vary, from personal meaning to the influence of celebrities and sports figures.

The Tattoo Regret Dilemma

A recent poll revealed that one in six people dislike their tattoos, with up to half admitting to getting inked under the influence. As we age, our bodies change, and what once seemed like a rising star can start to fade. We understand the reasons behind tattoo removal are as diverse as the inked artwork itself.

While millions of Britons are embracing tattoos, we urge everyone to think before they ink. Tattoos are permanent, and their removal can be a challenging process. It’s essential to consider the long-term implications before getting inked.

Advanced Laser Technology for Tattoo Removal

Not all tattoos are created equal, and neither are their removal methods. At Aesthetic Beauty Centre, we employ state-of-the-art Q-switched lasers with varying wavelengths (1064nm, 755nm, 694nm, 650nm, 585nm, and 532nm) to address different tattoo colours effectively. Our commitment to using cutting-edge technology ensures safe and efficient tattoo removal.

Book your consultation with Aesthetic Beauty Centre today.​

Frequently Asked Questions

Tattoo removal will be painful during treatment. The tattoo will bleed and form a scab which takes five to ten days to heal

Clients are encouraged to carry on with their normal activities and to wear a compression stocking for two weeks after treatment. 

Amateur tattoos require 5 – 7 treatments, but professional tattoos require more, all spaced approximately 4 – 8 weeks apart.