Laser tattoo removal is being performed more and more each day. One in three people in the UK suffer from tattoo regret. As you’re reading this then chances are that either you are one of them or you know someone that is. Tattoos are seen as a permanent decoration on your body and as body art becomes more and more mainstream, tattoo regret is on the increase. Luckily nowadays, tattoos are far from permanent. It has become very quick and easy to have that ex-loved one’s name or dodgy design taken from your body and leave behind nothing but fresh skin.
What is Tattoo Regret?
There is no minimum legal age for getting a tattoo in the UK, fortunately reputable tattooists have an age code of conduct. Tattooists following this code will not tattoo somebody under the age of 18 or 16 with parents consent. While applying age restrictions is a good thing, very few people are interested in the same things by the time they reach later life as they were at the age of 18. This often results in tattoos that we once loved that now embarrass us or no longer look good to us. This is tattoo regret. The feeling of sadness or regret about a tattoo that you have got. It will cause you to try to hide the tattoo and lead to feelings of embarrassment, sadness or feeling stupid for getting the tattoo in the first place. If you’re feeling like this then there are only two things that you can do. You can either ignore it and hope that the feelings go away or you can do something about it. The only method of removing your unwanted tattoo is by finding a laser tattoo removal specialist in your area and make that unloved ink disappear.
Laser Tattoo Removal, How Does it Work?
The above video explains the whole process of removing your tattoo with lasers. It even shows the exact process and has footage of a tattoo being removed so that you can see how quick and easy the process is. Watch as the laser breaks down the ink particles and the bodies own white blood cells do the rest. It is an amazing video and a must watch for anyone considering having a tattoo removed.
Can all Colours be Removed?
Lasers can remove pretty much all colour tattoos but each colour would have to be removed separately as they require different lasers. This means that a very colourful tattoo will need more sessions to be completely removed. Laser tattoo removal is a miracle but it does require time and patience. Below is an infogram explaining which colours are the easiest to remove.
As you can see, blacks and darker colours are by far the easiest to remove and will require the minimum amount of sessions before they are completely invisible. Unfortunately as you get closer to the blue and green spectrums it becomes much harder to remove. This doesn’t mean that if you have a bright green tattoo then you’re stuck with it. Don’t lose heart, it just means that it will take a few more sessions to get the results you desire.
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