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In 2015 it was estimated that 1 in every 5 people in the UK have a tattoo and we can guarantee that you know at least three people with tattoos. It’s a little harder to estimate how many people strongly regret getting their tattoo, so much so that they seek laser tattoo removal but there’s no doubt that many individuals have been disappointed about how a tattoo had turned out, or habour regret over their ink because they got while drunk, very young or going through an rebellious streak.

Others might simply want to remove tattoo and ink to make way for a newer, fresher image that reflects them better as a person in the present.

Sporting an unwanted tattoo on your body can make you feel uncomfortable in your own skin and awkward when you look in the mirror. You don’t need to feel this way. Laser tattoo removal could be the safe and reliable answer to your troubles- a much more appealing alternative than constantly covering up and hiding a tattoo you are ashamed of or strongly dislike.

Whatever your reason for wanting tattoo laser removal, we don’t judge here at ANP Skin Clinic and utilise¬†Zeolight NDYAG Q Switched laser, which is the most powerful worldwide at 1600mj, to offer the best tattoo removal results to permanently and professionally remove all colours of tattoos.

The safe laser we use generates a high powered beam of laser light in an extremely short pulse. This very short pulse is absorbed by the tattoo ink particles, breaking them down into smaller pieces, enabling your natural immune defences to gradually absorb and slowly disperse the ink.


Inflammatory reactions to the pigments in the skin as a result of introducing foreign pigments (tattoo ink) to the skin. Tattoos can also aid in the transmission of infectious diseases and the locaisation of skin disease within tattoos

Other reasons for wanting to remove a tattoo vary from person to person, with it being such a personal issue but usually include:

  • The tattoo being ¬†reminiscent of a bad time in your life or evoking negative memories
  • Embarrassment/shame
  • Regret
  • A change in values or tastes
  • Wanting a more current tattoo
  • A breakdown in personal relationships (for example, having your ex-wife’s name tattooed on your body)
  • An negative impact on current relationships (for instance, your new partner disliking the fact your have your ex’s name inked on your body)

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