Tattoos can be incredibly
personal and meaningful. When well designed, well placed, and well
thought out, they can help motivate, break the ice, or just let
people know something important about you. Bad tattoos, however, can
hurt your self-esteem, your chances at obtaining a professional
position, or even your brand new relationship.
If you have a bad tattoo,
a faded tattoo that you don't want retouched or covered up by another
tattoo, or (heaven forbid), the name of an ex-lover tattooed
somewhere on your body, it may be time to consider laser tattoo
removal as a means of permanently ridding yourself of this atrocious
What Is Laser Tattoo
As the name implies, laser
tattoo removal is the process of fading and removing a tattoo by the
use of specialized lasers. While there was a time in recent history where lasers could only fade tattoos (and
in some cases, only certain colors of the tattoos being removed),
advances in the procedure and the lasers themselves have made this
process far more effective than it was even a decade ago.
These days, colors from
black to yellow can be removed by a professional laser tattoo removal
service using up-to-date equipment and procedures.
Laser Tattoo Removal Is
the Safest, Most Effective Method
It is, frankly, the only
fully effective means of removing a tattoo. It is also far less
painful than some methods of removal, which may include using an
abrasive on the skin followed by salt or another absorbent solid
compound to physically remove ink embedded in the skin. Not only does
that scar; it hurts, and it doesn't work well. Tattoo fading creams
may help reduce colors, but won't actually get rid of your tattoo.
Laser removal won't scar
your skin, cause unbearable pain, or leave behind a faded but still
visible tattoo. It gets the job done, although it may take a number
of sessions to do so.
Why Choose Laser Tattoo
Not only do tattoos have
higher success rates than other forms of tattoo removal, they are
typically performed by a certified, trained professional, which is
not always the case for other methods of tattoo removal. Because it
is performed by a laser applied to the embedded ink, laser removal
reduces the risk of infection or scarring during the removal process.
If you want your bad,
embarrassing, or faded tattoo removed, laser tattoo removal is your
best option. With a number of professional sessions, which may target
individual colors or sections of your tattoo, you will see your
tattoo slowly fade into nothing more than an unpleasant memory.