In recent years, permanent body art has shifted from fringe sub-cultures to mainstream popular culture. What used to be regarded as unprofessional and deviant is now a widespread expression of individuality and style. Tattoos seem to be everywhere, and as their popularity rises, so do the number of regretted tattoos. Today, we are going to look at the growing prominence of the tattoo removal industry and the services we offer at ThinkB4YouInk.
The Tattoo Removal Industry
As the demand for tattoo removal rises, the industry continues to innovate new methods and technology. Whether it involves altering body art for a fresh design or clearing an entire sleeve, there are a range of new options on the market. As celebrities and figures in popular culture relax the idea of body art and its permanence, the industry is keeping up with demands for removal.
Why Remove Tattoos?
Life is about trying new things and living authentically to yourself, but life changes directions, and so do we. What used to be meaningful to you may no longer align with who you are now. If you have a tattoo that does not reflect your character, or you are concerned about its visibility and placement on your body, you may want to remove it. At ThinkB4YouInk, we offer a respectful, professional service and aim to provide the best tattoo removal with laser technology in Wiltshire.
Many businesses use dermabrasion, chemical peels, topical creams, and plastic surgery. At ThinkB4YouInk, we use Nd:YAG Q-switched laser to remove tattoos. The Nd:YAG laser is agreed to be the best tattoo removal laser in the industry, causing less pain than other treatments. It can take anywhere between four and twenty sessions to remove your tattoo. Our methods are so effective that we can administer colour tattoo removal and sleeve laser removal. Though black ink and single colour tattoos respond the best to the treatment, we can also provide excellent results for multi-coloured tattoo removal.
To learn more about laser tattoo removal services and book a consultation, get in touch by completing our online form or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. To speak to a member of our team directly, call 01793 237862, and we will be pleased to help you with your query. You can stay up to date with the latest news on our blog.