Laser tattoo removal

#1
Anyone had any experience of laser tattoo removal?
From what I can gather it takes quite a few sessions and it's not cheap. has anyone been through it?
does it work? Is it worth it? Will it completely remove shit tattoos?
Cheers,
The Bastard.
 
#2
I have had extensive laser treatment, some of the tats disappeared completely, the main problem is green, and lighter colours. I think my total spend is in excess of 4,000 pounds, and I have pretty much given up on it now, that is until they come up with a better treatment, Oh and it bloody hurts as well.

PM me if you want to know more
 
#5
Dig them off with a knife?

Grind them off with an angle grinder?

Cheaper
 
#6
Piranha
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Mother in law.
 
#7
There is an ex army medic who now does tattoo removal with the cream that that is tattooed into the old tat and breaks Down the ink. Pm me if u want details. He is in the south area
 
#9
I had mine done free.

I was booked in for some laser eye surgery and a kidney stone zapping. Instead of presenting my Orb and pisstank I simply bared the Lion eating a Unicorn sandwich for them to zap.

I'm on my 431st appointment, it should be gone by 2017 although by then my cataract will be big enough for a badger to play in.
 
#10
Dig them off with a knife?

Grind them off with an angle grinder?

Cheaper


Angle grinder works best and leaves brilliant walting scars. If you can't get a free pint or a legover showing those you need to reread the ArrsePedia entry on walting with confidence.
 
#11
I can confirm that it hurts like a bastard and the smell of your own skin burning isn't pleasant if badly hungover as I was. Only had one session as it was mainly to knock the colour out of the old tatt ready for a design over the top . My good mate didn't bother with this advice so on his oh so trendy sleeve design, you can clearly see the Wile E Coyote holding a stick of dynamite that he had done in training .
 
#12
Anyone had any experience of laser tattoo removal?
From what I can gather it takes quite a few sessions and it's not cheap. has anyone been through it?
does it work? Is it worth it? Will it completely remove shit tattoos?
Cheers,
The Bastard.

It works but it hurts like buggery and it costs a bomb!
 

Mr_Fingerz

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Book Reviewer
#13
If I said that I don't have a laser tattoo, would I have to fetch my coat and call for a taxi?
 

TheIronDuke

ADC
Book Reviewer
#14
Fucking puffs. You put your money on the nose and you ride your pony.

I have the worlds worst tat at the top of my right shoulder. It says "Mum" with pink and red hearts around it. I wanted "Wow" but I was pissed as a rat, upside down and the tattooist was a fucking Pikey off of the fair. And I was 16 years old. It is a complete embarrassment to me and all in sundry.

Would I have it removed? Take a wild guess.

If you thought it was clever at the time, stand by it. It's a bit like your first wife, you know?
 
#15
#16
Its a pity a some of you weren't around a few years back when Frau Ilse Koch ran a thriving tattoo removal business from the comfort of her quarters in Buchenwald Concentration Camp. I believe she made some lovely lampshades for her friends from those that she not so delicately removed from her victims. Not too sure if it hurt or not as all of her victims died and were burnt in the crematorium.
 
#17
I bet it will be a good industry to be in somewhere around 15 years from now, full sleeves and neck tattoos seem hugely popular at the moment among 18 year olds, especially those emo types, as well as girls with huge chest pieces that are going to look ming when they hit 40. I like tattoos and have several myself so I'm not slagging them off, but plenty of people seem to be diving into getting absolutely covered in them at a very young age now. Get qualified as a tattoo remover and you could rake it in later!
 
#18
Its a pity a some of you weren't around a few years back when Frau Ilse Koch ran a thriving tattoo removal business from the comfort of her quarters in Buchenwald Concentration Camp. I believe she made some lovely lampshades for her friends from those that she not so delicately removed from her victims. Not too sure if it hurt or not as all of her victims died and were burnt in the crematorium.
Aye butter would'nt melt.....So innocent looking. :) ilse_koch_by_unter_mensch-d52gknw.jpg
 
#19
I was booked in for some laser eye surgery and a kidney stone zapping. Instead of presenting my Orb and pisstank I simply bared the Lion eating a Unicorn sandwich for them to zap.
There are worse bits to expose to a laser.

 

jarrod248

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Gallery Guru
#20
I bet it will be a good industry to be in somewhere around 15 years from now, full sleeves and neck tattoos seem hugely popular at the moment among 18 year olds, especially those emo types, as well as girls with huge chest pieces that are going to look ming when they hit 40. I like tattoos and have several myself so I'm not slagging them off, but plenty of people seem to be diving into getting absolutely covered in them at a very young age now. Get qualified as a tattoo remover and you could rake it in later!
I tell all the kids I know who want them not to, they'll regret it but of course they know everything. Might be a good job to get into when I retire.
 

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