From limbs and legs to lower backs, upper backs, and whole backs, the tattoo industry is not only versatile in its approach to design but also with regards to positioning and where on the body a tattoo can be created.
In this blog, we pick the brains of our tattoo removal London experts to find out more about some of the most common sites for tattoo removal. So, sit tight as we reveal some of the weird and wonderful places that our team have been to remove tattoos big and small.
Why Might People Seek Tattoo Removal Services?
We remove tattoos for all sorts of different reasons. Some come to us, hoping to remove the evidence of a drunken night out, while others approach us later in life to remove a decision made in their youth. Others still seek tattoo removal to fix or remove a badly finished tattoo, one that is fading, or one which is stretching and becoming distorted as a result of a different body shape.
When we talk about tattoo removal, the only thing that every one of our clients has in common is their desire for a clean finish – with our team combining expertise with the highest level of equipment and attention to detail no matter where the tattoo site is.
The Most Popular Sites For Tattoo Removal
You may not be surprised to hear that there are some tattoo sites that are more heavily requested in terms of removal than others.
Typically, these tend to be the locations and parts of the body where they are most on show, with clients coming to us to remove decisions made when they were young or drunken mistakes, as and when the time comes to start seeking work in a professional environment. As such, face tattoos and those which stretch over the hands and wrists are all popular in terms of removal, as are larger tattoos that stretch down the legs.
Another tattoo location that many people don’t consider but which is steadily on the rise is the eyebrows and bridge of the nose – most prominently among those who bought into the freckle trend or who decided they wanted to have permanently darker eyebrows achieved via tattoo. Many of these decisions are now being reversed as a result of changing trends – with our advice always being to consider the long-term impact of any tattoo and how you will feel about it in years to come.
The Process For Removing Tattoos
If you have a tattoo that you wish to remove, regardless of its size or location on your body, our team are here to help – both practically and with the advice, you need to care for and look after the site prior to and following removal treatment.
Every tattoo removal is different and so we cannot guarantee exact timelines, however, we will be able to advise on your specific needs directly – so get in touch with us to discuss.
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