If you regret getting a tattoo, whether it was from your earlier years or a more recent acquisition, it no longer needs to be permanent.
Premier Laser & Skin Clinic London is one of elite laser tattoo removal clinics in London using the industries safest, most advanced laser technology.
Our laser tattoo removal specialists treat hundreds of tattoos removal per month and our awarding winning, FDA approved laser can reduce any coloured tattoo on all skin type, which is only available in a few laser skin clinics in London.
All our skin clinics are conveniently located near tube or train stations in London and our therapists have have many years’ relevant industry experience.
Our laser tattoo removal treatment will break down the tattoo ink using the laser light which your body’s immune system will then naturally and safely remove.
Individual results may vary.
At The Melbourne Laserderm Clinic we use the SomaPicoQ which is one of the most advanced laser platforms for safe and successful reduction of black and multi-coloured tattoos.
This superior procedure safely targets a wide range of colours from black, blue and red, to orange, purple and even the most difficult colours like green and sky blue.
The laser sends short bursts of precisely controlled pulses of light directly into ink molecules and shatters them so that the remains can be gradually absorbed into your body without any damage to the surrounding tissue of the skin.
Step by Step process
Step 1 : BOOK A CONSULTATION
BOOK A CONSULTATION
Book your free consultation online. Free patch test included.
Step 2 : At The Clinic
Prior to the tattoo removal treatment, a test patch is performed to assess the skin’s reaction to the laser and determine the most effective energy for treatment.
Step 3 : The Treatment
The treatment itself consists of placing a hand piece against the surface of the skin and activating the laser light.
As many clients describe it, each laser shot feels like a grease splatter or the snapping of a rubber band against the skin.
Smaller tattoos require fewer pulses while larger ones require more. In either case, the tattoo requires several treatments and multiple visits.
At each treatment, the tattoo should become progressively lighter.
Step 4 : Post-Treatment/Results
Immediately following treatment, an ice pack is applied to soothe the treated area.
The patient will then be asked to apply a topical antibiotic cream or ointment.
A bandage or patch will be used to protect the site and it should likewise be covered with a sun block when out in the sun.