Looking for a safe and effective treatment to remove your tattoo?
For those who have decided it is time to do something about their unwanted tattoo, the options available can be overwhelming and hard to comprehend.
The main questions people have about tattoo removal are usually along the lines of: How does it work? Is it safe? Which option is best for me?
Read our frequently asked questions to find out more about laser tattoo removal.
What are the options for removing your tattoo?
The options available range from very invasive options like incisions, which can be very painful procedures leaving scarring, to much less invasive options, such as removal creams, which don’t completely remove tattoo ink and can cause skin irritation and burns.
We offer laser tattoo removal, which is considered by Dermatologists as the safest and most clinically effective procedure for the removal of amateur and professional tattoos.
Producing fantastic results, this advanced technology works by allowing the light produced by the laser to pass through the skin and shatter the tattoo ink into tiny particles, all without burning or damaging the upper-layer of skin.
Once these tattoo pigment particles have been shattered, the body will then dispose of these fragments via the body’s natural immune system.
There are several factors that affect laser tattoo removal treatments. For example - the size, quality, density and colour of the tattoo: all of which will affect the number of treatments required to fade or remove the tattoo. Amateur tattoos can be quick to remove, taking 3 to 8 treatments, whereas professional tattoos vary considerably and some can take up to 15 treatments. Treatment sessions are spaced 6 to 10 weeks apart.
Our brand of choice, Lynton is the leading manufacturer and supplier of aesthetic technologies to an extensive list of high profile clients around the world, including the NHS. A team of Ph.D. scientists and Aestheticians design, develop and test all their products to ensure that their laser equipment achieves the most effective, but safest results possible.