Tat Removal

Laser removal
A laser is directed at the tattooed area for a fraction of a second, passing harmlessly through the outer layer of the skin and targeting the tattoo ink directly. The laser disrupts the ink, allowing your body to absorb it and break it down naturally.

The process is not immediate. After the treatment, the ink that was exposed to the laser will break down and be removed by your body’s immune system over a period of weeks. Most tattoos average 5 to 10 treatments. Some ink colors are harder to target and require more sessions. Because it is your body that actually breaks down the ink, every person’s removal process will be different.



Can any type of tattoo be treated successfully?

Laser treatment will effectively remove almost all tattoos but this cannot be guaranteed. The variations in size of tattoos and the concentration of various colours will necessarily mean that some can be removed more easily and than others. It has also been discovered that some dyes such as white, yellow, orange and some reds and green are very hard to totally remove and when fluorescent or acrylic dyes have been used they may still remain following removal treatment.

Tattoo concealer / camouflage
Kat Von D No Tattoo

A heavy duty, highly pigmented, transfer- and water-resistant, multitasking concealer Popular brands, are the kat von d own brand, as well as Derma Blend

The kat von d tattoo concealer is completely paraben and oil free and will leave almost no sign of you wearing anything on your body. It is both water and transfer resistant and will last at least a whole day.


Tattoo cover - up

A cover-up is a process of tattooing over top of an unwanted tattoo.sometimes you can do a cover-up combined with enhancements to give you a completely new feel to old tattoos

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