Laser Tattoo Removal

Permanent Tattoo Removal in Ipswich

Laser Tattoo Removal IPSWICH

Our ND YAG laser emits a pulse of laser that is preferentially absorbed into certain colours of ink.

This light is too fast to be able to heat the tissues surrounding the ink and instead produces a “shock wave” effect that breaks the ink particles into smaller pieces. The body then recognises these particles as something to be removed and, using our body’s own natural elimination system, are taken out of your system and effectively removing the tattoo.

  High Powered Lasers are used to remove tattoo pigment from the skin

  Our qualified aesthetic professionals carry out the procedure and guide you through the healing process

  Many clients report almost no remnants after several sessions.

Laser Tattoo Removal FAQ

Who is NOT suitable for Tattoo Removal?
Clients with compromised immune systems or lymph system disorder and a history of poor wound healing and very dark to black skin as there’s a high risk of hypo-pigmentation occurring

The following contraindications apply:

  • cancer
  • pregnancy & breastfeeding
  • suntan/use of sunbeds
  • healing disorders such as those caused by diabetes, Mellitus, and lupus
  • history of keloid scarring
  • recent use of Roaccutane
  • immune, lymphatic system disorders.
What does this treatment feel like?
Most patients describe the sensation as similar to a hot pinprick or the flick of an elastic band. Whilst uncomfortable, most people tolerate the treatment well.

Your skin will most likely be red and feel like it has mild sunburn. This typically goes away after a couple of hours. At times and with certain inks, there may be mild blistering that usually heals in about a week. After each treatment, you will be given detailed instructions on how to care for your treated area.

How many treatments will I need?

Unfortunately, due to the nature of this procedure, it is impossible to predict exactly how many treatments it will take for complete results.

It could take as few as 3 treatments for an amateur tattoo or as many as 10 treatments for a professionally applied tattoo. How quickly your ink fades will depend on several factors, such as the colours of your tattoo, the type of ink used, how long the tattoo has been there, and how your body responds to the treatment.

Treatments would be every 6-8 weeks.

CLIENT REVIEWS

We love hearing from our happy customers! Here are some of our client’s experiences.

Wonderful Experience

Louise was thorough and knowledgeable. She made me feel calm about my treatment and was very welcoming. Will be coming again.

Scarlett Hewes

Highly Recommended

I would definitely recommend this treatment it was very relaxing 😌 my skin feels so fresh and smooth. Definitely worth the 5 stars! Thanks, Louise!

Megan Marie

Truly 5 Star Service

Very professional and friendly service, 5 star ⭐️ for a clean environment. I’m pleased with my experience so far

Tricia Jonathan

 

Get In Touch

Send us a message to find out more about our treatments.

Locations

Canterbury: 01277 780 141
Maidstone: 01622 670 703
Southend: 01702 341 345
Ipswich: 01473 233 024

What we offer

Treatments performed by qualified aesthetic practitioners
Results-driven clinic
Sessions take place in a safe clinic setting
Gold standard equipment
Free patch tests/consultations
Over 180 000+ treatments carried out to date

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