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Tattoo Removal with Harmony

Rid yourself of past regrets

ClearLift Laser for tattoo removal

There a many motivations behind needing to get a tattoo removed. Tattoo removal offers several benefits, providing individuals with a renewed sense of confidence and the freedom to make a fresh start. Some of the key benefits of tattoo removal include developing self confidence, preparation for a cover up or simply for a clean slate.

How does tattoo removal work?

Laser tattoo removal is a medical procedure designed to eliminate tattoos gradually by using concentrated beams of light to break down the ink particles embedded in the skin. This process allows the body's natural immune system to flush out the fragmented ink.

Here's an overview of how laser tattoo removal works:

  • Laser Technology: Specialized lasers emit high-intensity light pulses that target the pigments in the tattoo. Different wavelengths are used to target different colors. The light energy passes through the outer layers of the skin and is selectively absorbed by the tattoo ink particles.

  • Ink Fragmentation: The intense energy from the laser breaks the ink into tiny fragments without damaging the surrounding skin. The body's immune system recognizes these smaller ink particles as foreign substances and begins to naturally remove them.

  • Multiple Sessions: Complete tattoo removal typically requires multiple sessions spaced several weeks apart. The number of sessions needed depends on various factors, including the tattoo's size, color, depth, and the type of ink used. Older and amateur tattoos may require fewer sessions than newer, professionally done tattoos.

  • Healing Process: After each session, the treated area may experience redness, swelling, blistering, or temporary darkening or lightening of the skin. It's crucial to follow aftercare instructions provided by the specialist to promote proper healing and minimize the risk of complications.

  • Gradual Fading: Over time, as the body's immune system works to eliminate the fragmented ink, the tattoo gradually fades with each successive treatment. Patience is essential, as complete removal may take months or longer, depending on individual factors.


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Small Areas 4cm x 4cm

Course of 6 £432

Large Areas up to 12cm x 12cm

Course of 6 £720

Tattoo Eyebrows

Course of 6 £240

Micro Areas 2cm x 2cm

Course of 6 £240

Medium Areas 6cm x 6cm

Course of 6 £576

Extra Large > 12cm x 12cm

Course of 6 £1,080

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