Anyone who survived the shell suit era will surely testify to the fact we are all prone to the occasional fashion faux-pas. Some more easily forgotten than others. Happily those skinny jeans that made you look anything but skinny can be donated to charity and even a horrendous haircut will eventually grow out.
Some style choices are a little more permanent though – like tattoos. Body art may seem like a brilliant idea at the time, but the feeling doesn’t always last as long as the result. If you are one of the many people who have fallen out of love with their inking, don’t despair. I am excited to announce that I now offer the latest in laser tattoo removal right in the heart of Salisbury.
Getting inked is becoming increasingly popular with an almost limitless amount of beautiful and bold designs available. Tattoos allow us to be individual and can have a deep meaning or just be decorative. Sadly though sometimes we find our statement art makes the wrong statement.
There are a number of reasons why you may feel like this and all of them are valid. Firstly, you could simply have a bad tattoo. Amateur or poor professional work can result in body art that looks botched rather than beautiful, leaving you feeling let-down.
A change in circumstances can also change how you feel about a tattoo. Having your university ex’s name written on your wrist can be a little embarrassing on your wedding day after all! Career moves can sometimes require tattoo moves too, especially if you are considering a job in the public sector.
Sometimes you may simply find that your tastes have changed or you want to make space for a new design. Whatever your reason for laser tattoo removal, you will be following in some famous footsteps. Celebrity fashionistas Heidi Klum and Eva Longoria have both had tattoos in honour of ex-partners removed, while actor Mark Walberg took the decision to remove his dubious Sylvester the Cat tattoo when he began landing roles in blockbusters.
Whether you want to leave the past behind, adapt in the present or prepare for the future, the laser tattoo removal I offer can safely and effectively erase your inking. I use Lynton laser equipment, the premier choice of both private clinics and the NHS, so you can be assured of quality.
The treatment uses light from a laser to shatter tattoo ink into tiny pieces, which are then disposed of naturally by the body’s immune system. The upper layer of skin is not burned or damaged and so this treatment is considered the safest and most effective procedure for removing both amateur and professional tattoos. The quality and size of a tattoo will affect how many treatments are required, but at the end of the process successful removal will leave you looking fantastic and feeling proud of your body again.
Don’t let your tattoo leave you with regret, instead have it removed so you can love all of the skin you are in again.