WHERE DOES THE INK GO?
I used to believe (may have been told in training a few years ago) that the fractured ink ends up excreted by the body in urine. However, more recently I’ve been informed that, in fact, the […]
I recently started 2 trials on lasering toe nail fungus on 2 separate clients. There’s very little information available regarding this aspect of laser treatments although a quick Google search revealed a few places offering the service.
The first trial is […]
Regular followers on my social media accounts will know I recently encountered my first client to have an extreme and unfortunate reaction to lasering.
Let’s be honest for a moment. Despite whatever precautions are taken, lasering the skin comes with risks. […]
Since I started my business there have been a couple of occasions when the ink either failed to budge or hardly faded at all. This is unusual especially if, on paper, all factors are consistent with other more successful cases. […]Read More
The number one question I’m asked after the cost per session is how many sessions will laser tattoo removal need? And that is the hardest question to answer as there are so many variables at play.
Where the tattoo sits on […]
There is a general perception that complete removal of tattoo ink isn’t possible; however, I have clients who have seen their ink go completely. As to why one client’s results are different to another’s is very hard to predict. I strive […]Read More
Laser tattoo removal can take many, many months especially if you have a very large tattoo. If you think that an area no larger than a man’s palm should be lasered at one session (with some exceptions) and that sessions […]Read More
People often ask me what is the worst tattoo that I have been asked to laser? I have to say I’ve not seen one single tattoo that I’d describe as awful…the most frequent requests are simply to remove the name of an […]Read More
There are several medications and medical conditions that mean laser tattoo removal may not be suitable for you. This is why a full consultation including medical history is vital prior to the commencement of any treatment(s). It goes without saying […]Read More