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Laser Tattoo Removal at Eva Clinic Bath

Are you considering laser tattoo removal? Thanks to advancements in laser technology for tattoos, removing unwanted ink is easier and more effective than ever. 

Eva Clinic Bath is the best location to remove your tattoo with minimal side effects. Our state-of-the-art laser systems and experienced experts use proven laser tattoo removal techniques to achieve the best results.

How does laser tattoo removal work?

When a tattoo artist injects ink particles into the dermis, the middle layer of the skin, the body’s immune system tries to remove the ink particles, but it is unable to do so completely because the particles are too large to be filtered out by the body’s natural filtration system.

Laser treatment then uses pulses of laser light to break up the ink particles into smaller pieces so that the body’s immune system can remove these smaller pieces of ink more easily.

How many treatments are needed?

The number of treatments needed to completely remove a tattoo will vary depending on the size, colour, and depth. Lighter-coloured and location of the tattoo, as well as small tattoos, typically require fewer treatments than larger, darker-coloured tattoos.


Laser removal offers several benefits, including:

  • Safe and Effective: Laser light technology is the most successful method to remove the tattoo without causing significant damage to the surrounding skin.
  • No Scarring: When performed by trained professionals, laser tattoo removal minimises the risk of scarring compared to other removal methods.
  • Customisable Treatment: Each laser tattoo removal treatment can be tailored to target specific colours and ink pigments, ensuring effective results.

Who is a good candidate for laser tattoo removal?

Laser tattoo removal suits individuals who want to remove or fade unwanted tattoos on various body parts. However, it is best to consult with a professional at Eva Clinic Bath to determine if you are a suitable candidate based on factors such as tattoo size, colour, and skin type.

Who is a good candidate for laser tattoo removal?

If you are considering tattoo removal, you may wonder if you are a good candidate for laser removal. The good news is that laser tattoo removal is a safe and effective way to remove tattoos for most people. However, a few factors can affect your suitability for the treatment, such as the location of your tattoo, the colour of your skin, and the type of ink used.

Good candidates include:

  • People with tattoos on areas of the body that are easily accessible and have good blood flow, such as the arms, legs, and chest.
  • People with tattoos that are small or medium in size.
  • People with tattoos that are made up of black or dark-coloured ink.
  • People with light to medium skin tones.

People who may not be good candidates include:

  • People with tattoos on areas of the body that are difficult to access or have poor blood flow, such as the hands, feet, and back.
  • People with tattoos that are large or complex.
  • People with tattoos are made up of light-coloured or fluorescent ink.
  • People with dark skin tones.
  • People with certain skin conditions, such as eczema or psoriasis.
  • People who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

If you are still determining whether or not you are a good candidate for laser tattoo removal, it is important to consult a qualified specialist.

Factors that affect laser tattoo removal results

Here are some of the most important factors to consider:

  • The type of ink used: Different types of ink respond differently to laser treatment. Some inks are easier to remove than others.
  • The colour of your skin: Darker skin tones are more prone to hyperpigmentation, a darkening of the skin after laser treatment.
  • The location of your tattoo: Tattoos on certain body areas, such as the hands, feet, and ankles, are more difficult to remove.
  • The depth of the tattoo: Deeper tattoos are more difficult to remove than shallower tattoos.
  • Your age: Younger people respond better to laser treatment than older people.
  • Your overall health: If you have any underlying health conditions, such as diabetes or psoriasis, this may affect laser tattoo removal results.

Tattoo Removal Methods at Eva Clinic Bath

If you’re considering laser tattoo removal, Eva Clinic Bath offers a range of options to suit your specific needs. Here are the three main types of laser tattoo removal treatments available at Eva Clinic Bath:

  • Q-Switched laser
    The Q-Switched laser is one of the most commonly used lasers for tattoo removal. It emits high-intensity light pulses quickly, targeting the tattoo ink without damaging the surrounding skin. This laser can effectively break down different ink colours, making it suitable for most tattoo removals. The number of treatments required will depend on the tattoo’s size, colour, and age.
    Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) or Color Pulsed Light (CPL) utilises a broad spectrum of light to target and break down pigment in the tattoo. This treatment is particularly effective for lighter-coloured or red, orange, or pink ink tattoos. It is a non-invasive procedure that requires several treatments for optimal results.
  • XlasePlus Nd:YAG laser
    The XlasePlus Nd: YAG laser is specifically designed for tattoo removal. It emits high-intensity light pulses that penetrate the skin and break down tattoo pigments. This laser can effectively target ink colours, including black and dark tattoos. The number of sessions required will depend on the tattoo’s size, depth, and colour complexity.

At Eva Clinic Bath, all laser tattoo removal procedures are performed by our skilled and experienced technicians who specialise in tattoo removal and prioritise your safety and comfort.

Before starting any treatment, a consultation will be conducted to assess your specific tattoo and determine the most suitable laser technology for your needs. Our staff at Eva Clinic Bath will guide you through the process, ensuring you are well informed and comfortable throughout your journey to tattoo-free skin.

Other Methods of Tattoo Removal Aside from Laser

If you’re considering tattoo removal, you may be wondering what other options are available besides laser. While laser tattoo removal is the most popular and effective method, there are a few other options.

  • Excision
    Excision is a surgical procedure that involves cutting out the tattooed skin. This is typically only used for small tattoos or tattoos that have not responded well to other removal methods. Excision can leave a scar, so weighing the risks and benefits before choosing this method is important.
  • Dermabrasion
    Dermabrasion is a procedure that uses a rotating brush to remove the top layers of your skin. This can be used to remove tattoos, but it’s not as effective as laser removal and can leave a scar.
  • Salabrasion
    Salabrasion is similar to dermabrasion, but it uses a salt-based solution to remove the top layers of skin. This method is also less effective than laser removal and can be painful.
  • Tattoo Removal Creams or Ointment
    Tattoo removal creams and Ointment are over-the-counter products that claim to completely remove tattoos. However, these creams are not very effective and can irritate the skin.

Aftercare and Recovery

How to care for your skin after a laser tattoo removal treatment

After undergoing a laser tattoo removal treatment at Eva Clinic Bath, it is crucial to properly care for your skin to promote healing and minimise any potential side effects. Here are some essential aftercare tips:

  1. Keep the treated area clean: Gently wash the area with mild soap and lukewarm water. Avoid scrubbing or rubbing the treated area to prevent irritation.
  2. Avoid exposing the treated area to the sun: Protect it from direct sunlight, as it can increase the risk of complications and slow the healing process. Use sunscreen with a high SPF and cover the area with clothing or a bandage when exposed to the sun.
  3. Avoid excessive sweating and exercise: Sweating can irritate the treated area, so it is advisable to avoid intense physical activity and exercise until your skin has fully healed.
  4. Avoid picking or scratching the treated area: Let the skin heal naturally, and refrain from picking or scratching at any scabs or blisters that may form. This can lead to infections and scarring.
  5. Moisturise the area: Apply a gentle, hypoallergenic moisturiser to keep the skin hydrated and promote healing. Avoid using scented or perfumed lotions that may irritate.

What to expect during the healing process

After treatment, it is normal for the treated area to experience some temporary side effects. Here is what you can expect during the healing process:

  1. Redness and swelling: It is common for the treated area to appear red and swollen immediately after the procedure. This should fade over time or within a few days. In rare cases, laser tattoo removal can cause scarring or changes in skin colour if this occurs consult a dermatologist immediately.
  2. Blisters or scabs: Small blisters or scabs may form over the treated area. It is important not to pick or pop them, as this can delay healing.
  3. Skin sensitivity: Your skin may feel sensitive, like a sunburn, for a few days following the treatment. Avoid using harsh products or exposing the area to extreme temperatures. 

Tips for reducing the risk of side effects

To minimise the risk of side effects and promote better healing, consider these tips:

  1. Follow the aftercare instructions: Adhere to the specific aftercare instructions provided by Eva Clinic Bath. These instructions are tailored to your individual needs and treatment.
  2. Avoid unnecessary trauma to the area: Be cautious during activities that may cause friction or trauma to the treated area, such as wearing tight clothing or carrying heavy bags.
  3. Stay hydrated and eat a balanced diet: Drinking plenty of water and a nutritious diet can help your skin heal faster and reduce the risk of complications.

Everyone’s healing process may vary, so it is important to consult with a professional at Eva Clinic Bath if you have any concerns or questions during your recovery period. By following proper aftercare, you can ensure the best possible results from your laser tattoo removal treatment.

How Much Does it Cost?

The cost of laser tattoo removal at Eva Clinic Bath depends on several factors, including the size, complexity, and colour of the tattoo and the number of sessions required. During your initial consultation, a qualified professional will assess your tattoo and provide an accurate cost estimate based on your needs.

It’s important to remember that laser tattoo removal is a gradual process that requires multiple sessions spaced several weeks apart. The exact number of sessions needed varies from person to person. In general, smaller tattoos may require fewer sessions compared to larger ones. Eva Clinic Bath offers competitive pricing options and payment plans to make laser tattoo removal more accessible to individuals seeking to remove unwanted tattoos.

How to Book a Laser Tattoo Removal at Eva Clinic Bath

  1. Visit our website at https://evaclinicbath.com/.
  2. Navigate to the Laser Tattoo Removal page.
  3. Fill out the online consultation request form.
  4. Schedule your consultation with tattoo removal experts at Eva Clinic Bath team.
  5. Start your journey to remove a tattoo with a personalised treatment plan.
  6. Follow post-treatment care instructions to ensure the best possible results.

Eva Clinic Bath is a trusted choice for laser tattoo removal with our dedication to excellent service to get the best results.

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