Many men and women of all ages choose to have a tattoo. This form of body art is often representative of something that is dear to them; whether it’s in honour of a person / event or a particular interest in their life.
For others, a tattoo (or multiple tattoos) expresses their individual identity, inking various parts of the face or body simply because they like the look of a tattoo, and because they may be en-trend. Whilst many people are happy with the tattoo they have chosen to have, there are numerous cases where the tattoo becomes unwanted. This can cause much frustration, as a tattoo is intended to be permanent, and will be on show forever.
There are a variety of reasons why a person’s tattoo becomes unwanted. Tattoo artists often have policies in place where they need to be sure that the person asking for the tattoo is certain they want it done. Despite these measures, it’s common for a person to feel differently about their tattoo in the future, for instance: it may be that the tattoo (or the specific design) was a spontaneous decision and wasn’t thought through properly, circumstances may have changed meaning the tattoo is misrepresented (such as when partnerships breakdown), what felt right during a person’s youth does not reflect them accurately as an older person, or the tattoo was poorly done.
Although inking the skin is permanent, there are methods available to treat an unwanted tattoo, and at The Facebible we do this using a laser. The tattoo itself will need to be assessed so we can suggest how many treatment sessions will be needed, which depends on the size and colouring of the tattoo. The laser works to break down the ink in the skin, fading in colour with each treatment session. Whilst we can not guarantee the complete removal of a tattoo, many patients find its appearance is dramatically reduced, and may even be barely noticeable at all.
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