We're excited to announce that Colaz now offers Q-switched laser tattoo removal.
Regardless of your reason for wanting to remove a tattoo, when you decide you want it gone, you want the procedure to be as effective and pain-free as possible.
Our staff have been trained by the best and our equipment and removal technique results in:
We take your health and safety seriously and work with only top of the line equipment and qualified, well-trained staff. If you've read about the horrors of cheap machines sold on popular auction sites or expensive options that just don't work, rest assured our tattoo removal services meet the same standards you've come to know and trust in our laser hair removal and skin care treatments. Your skin is safe with us!
Getting a tattoo removed is a big decision and not one to be taken lightly. It important that you choose a qualified professional and understand what is involved in the procedure. Before you make that call:
When it comes to tattoo removal, there are no guarantees. Results vary. Every tattoo and skin type is different.
Circulation enhances results so you'll generally find that the further from your heart your tattoo is located, the longer it will take to see results. Tattoo removal at the extremities of arms and legs may take more removal treatments than ones on your shoulder or back.
Some tattoos will only show partial fading after multiple treatments, leaving you with a mottled impression of your former tattoo (aka a ghost tattoo) or sometimes even raised scarring. A new tattoo can cover an imperfect removal, but it is important that you discuss all eventualities with your laser treatment expert before you start the removal process. If you don't feel confident with one opinion, get two or more.
How many treatments will be required to remove your tattoo? That's not something that can be easily answered. It will definitely take more than one treatment. In fact, it will likely take 10 or more, depending on the color, size, and location of your tattoo, as well as other factors related to your skin, etc.
Be aware that there is a wait time between each removal treatment to allow the skin to recover. The average wait time is 4 to 6 weeks, but could be as long as 8 weeks. The last thing you want to do is rush to complete the removal and suffer from painful and/or long lasting side effects. A reputable technician will insist on proper wait times. Be prepared to allow your body to heal between treatments.
It is not uncommon to experience swelling, redness, blisters or other temporary symptoms following a tattoo removal treatment. These symptoms are nothing to worry about unless they persist after a week or two.
You should also be aware of the following potential side effects:
These are less common, but it is important to be aware of them before starting any procedure.
Don't blindly enter a shop and start a removal process with no knowledge of the business or the qualifications of their staff. Book a consultation and be prepared to ask questions particular to your unique self. Your tattoo, skin type, and other factors may raise or lower the risk for side effects and affect how many treatments you'll need to remove your tattoo. Now is the time to get the information you need to make a decision on who will remove your tattoo and what your removal method of choice will be.
The cost of removing your tattoo is estimated by first knowing how many sessions you will need.
The price depends on the location, colour, and size of your tattoo. The larger the tattoo, the higher the cost of removal. Depending on the scale of the area to be treated, the prices can range from £50 to £250 per session. Each tattoo looks and responds differently to the laser so it's difficult to quote a general price without first seeing the tattoo.
Also, because of the different amounts of inks used within the skin, there is often some variation from one tattoo to another. On average, it could take between 12 to 24 sessions to remove a tattoo to the point where other people cannot see it.
After each treatment, you need to take a break for the skin to recover so treatments are spread between 4-8 weeks apart.
If you would like an idea on a price then simply take an image of your tattoo and send it to us here. For instructions on how to do that just click the box below.
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