Research Suggests Third of People With Tattoos Have Regret
Tattoos are more popular and socially acceptable than ever before; with a myriad of glamorous tattoo parlour based television shows on offer, people young and old are being seduced into joining the millions of tattooed individuals who live in the UK today. But are they being hasty? Recent research suggests that as many of a third of people with tattoos have tattoo regret after they’ve made the leap.
Once it’s on, it’s not so easy to get it off again. Tattoos are usually permanent…that’s part of their draw…so when a young man or woman decides that they need a tattoo of a butterfly or a tiger or whatever image they currently think is “cool” they really need to think very carefully before doing it because how can they foresee what they might feel about that tattoo in twenty years when their skin is not so smooth and supple and when showing off their ink is no longer a concern. Will that huge butterfly still look “amazing” when you’re 45 and want to wear a nice tea dress to a friend’s wedding? What about that heavy black lettering? Will it look as good with your business suit when you want to get a good job?
How Can I Remove My Tattoo?
Laser tattoo removal is on the rise as more and more people admit that their youthful forays into the tattoo parlour were a mistake…but how successful can it be?
Today’s quite sophisticated methods of laser tattoo removal are far more successful than the earliest methods which included dermabrasion, excision (literally cutting the ink out!) and injections of various substances in an attempt to break the ink down. Laser removal is an excellent answer to most people’s mistakes and though it can take a number of months to complete a treatment, it usually leaves a nice blank area behind it though scarring can also occur in some people.
Feel The Relief Others Have Felt With Laser Tattoo Removal
The best course of action for learning more about laser tattoo removal is to book a consultation and discuss your needs with a qualified practitioner. You will need to show your tattoo to the practitioner and they can then examine it and discuss the best treatment plan and enlighten you as to how successful the removal will be.
Don’t walk about with bad tattoos or with tattoos which are no longer relevant to your life…it’s not necessary and many people who have gone through laser removal speak of the relief they feel to be ink-free at the end of their sessions. It can also be quite exciting to watch as your tattoo gradually fades over the course of your treatment….book a free laser tattoo removal consultation to see how your tattoo might react to laser removal and begin a new chapter in your life as a tattoo free person!