Laser tattoo removal is on the rise
2nd January 2014
Recent findings show that some of the UK's top specialists are performing more laser tattoo removals on clients than ever before. In fact, statistics from the British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) have also pointed out that a third of people with tattoos regret them.
Below is a short clip, which illustrates some real-life examples of people going ahead with laser tattoo removal treatments and how the procedure is currently being portrayed in the news.
H2: A short clip on the increase in tattoo removal
The clip states that 8 in 10 Americans regret getting inked, it's also revealed that there's always a right and wrong way to go about the tattoo removal process.
An existing client named Kirsten Hosten, is one of many who has had tattoo regrets. Kirsten reveals how her Hello Kitty tattoo, which she previously thought would be a part of her life forever has been causing her stress at work. As she works in the food industry, it's paramount to remain hygienic at all times. This in turn means wearing long sleeve tops all year round even in the summer to conceal her tattoo.
Problems with DIY tattoo removal
As the video progresses, we are told how health professionals are becoming concerned about individuals experimenting with various DIY tattoo removal methods. They have strongly advised against methods of this type, stressing the dangers and drawbacks these usually carry.
Self tattoo removal techniques such as: using safety pins into the pigment of the tattoo, salts and gels are all believed to be ineffective and should be avoided as much as possible. These DIY tattoo removal procedures can also cause serious side effects like infections, scarring, discoloration, etc. Laser tattoo removal on the other hand, has been perceived to be simple, safe and produces fantastic and promising results.
The wrap up...
The popularity of laser tattoo removal has undoubtedly grown over the past few years, but it's crucial to find a qualified physician.
Millions of clients have opted to go for laser tattoo removal, find out more about tattoo removal cost at sk:n clinics. We will spread your sessions across a 6-10 month period, where you will need treatment every four weeks minimum. Find out more by booking your free consultation at sk:n today.