The energy from my laser beam shatters the tattoo ink which eventually absorbs into the blood stream. As the area heals, the body's immune system flushes away the shattered ink particles, causing the tattoo to fade with minimal risk of scarring or hypopigmentation.


My Laser:
I use a custom built Ruby Dual Wave Q–Switched Nd:YAG Laser, which has been specifically built to achieve the best results for our clients.

What do I have to offer:
Not only do I offer Laser tattoo removal by machine, I also have Saline removal to achieve the best removal results possible.
Also, for clients that have hypopigmentation, I offer other services such as microneedling which promotes blood circulation and encourages the production of collagen and melanin back in the skin.

Pre-treatment Requirements
> Consultation – including medical history
> Patch test
> Pay booking fee
> Do not pluck or wax before treatment
> Wear loose comfortable clothing to your appointment (preferably White)
> Make sure there is no suntan or fake tan for 1 month before treatment
> Fake tan must be fully removed by client before treatment (lost appointments due to this will be charged at full price of treatment)
> No Makeup, perfume or deodorant on skin 24 hours before treatment
> Avoid aspirin and alcohol for 24 hours before treatment
> Must not be on any form of Acne medication
> I cannot treat anyone with a pacemaker fitted
> A full medical history including current conditions and medications must be disclosed at the consultation - Must not be on any anticoagulant medication. Failure to disclose this information could result in the client receiving adverse reactions to the treatments.

What to expect During Treatment?
> I will welcome you into a clean, warm and comfortable environment
> I will guide you through your treatment and achieve the best results possible
> Discretion – your privacy is paramount

For a more in-depth step to step guide, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Vicki will advise you on the best methods to help achieve your desired results. Strict guidelines MUST be adhered to or your results may be affected.
You will be given written aftercare advice after each treatment, these include;

> You MUST wear an SPF 50+ that protects against UVA, UVB & HEV Rays every 2 hours. This is going to protect the skin and prevent hyperpigmentation. It is best to have minimal exposure to sunlight.
> DO Not use Sun Beds or Sunbathe at all throughout your treatment process.
> Avoid any excessive activity that will conduct heat, such hot showers/baths, saunas, exercise, massage for 24 hours.
> Wear loose comfortable, cotton clothing.
> Do not scratch, rub or irritate the treated area.
> Avoid make up, Fake tan, deodorants, perfumes and chlorine on the skin for 24 hours as it can cause adverse reactions. Skin heals best at night and when it is free from chemicals.
> Vitamin E, Aloe Vera and Aqueous Cream are good product to promote skin healing.
> Avoid Hot/Spicy foods because our bodies can be much more sensitive.
> If the area feels like a sunburn sensation, is red or slightly raised, this is completely normal, but you can use ice wrapped in fabric and then placed onto the skin to cool and calm.
> It can be common for blisters to occur during the healing process, please do not panic! They will settle down. Please keep them dry and do not pick them as they will be open to infection. Again, Cold compresses will help.

In the rare case that you may encounter any urgent reactions, please contact me immediately for advice or seek medical help for emergencies.

Tattoo Removal FAQS

Q. Does it hurt?
A. Tattoo removal isn’t a particularly comfortable process, it depends what area the tattoo is been removed from. Some people don’t mind it at all, whereas others liken it to an elastic band flicking on the skin, however, if you have been able to cope having a tattoo, you should be fine to cope with the removal. I can recommend a good numbing cream to apply to mask any discomfort, however, please be aware that this can prolong the breakdown process and delay your results.

Q. How many sessions will I need?
A. Generally, a black tattoo on a good skin would be expected to be removed in approximately 12 sessions, but It is really difficult to know how someone is going to expel the ink from their system. There are lots of variables to take into consideration, some of which are
> How old is the pigment?
> What type of ink is it?
> What colours are the pigments?
> Is the Tattoo A cover up?
> Does it have multiple layers?
> How old the client is?
> Quality of the skin?
> How good is the immune system?
> How large is the area?
As you can see, there is a lot that I need to do in my assessments which is why I don’t like to give set prices. I don’t think this would be fair, so have created a tailored plan to customise each treatment around my clients’ needs.

Q. What are the side effects?
A. Frosting will most likely be apparent on the tattooed area immediately after the procedure, this will ease off and then begin to fade. Redness, swelling and occasionally blistering are all completely normal. The sensation of removal can be likened to sunburn. It is very important to follow aftercare guidelines to insure safe management for best results.

Q. How soon can I expect the ink to fade?
A. The Ink will breakdown into the bloodstream and pass through the body out into the urine. It is hard to determine how quick the ink will fade as mentioned above, but results can be apparent after the first session.


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Click the green calendar icon at the bottom right of the screen and select Laser Services.


Email me on or give me a call on 07773 016664.

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