More frequent laser tattoo removal treatments will mean quicker results and quicker tattoo removals. You can expect a full removal in months not years.
Our low-energy laser significantly reduces any chance of blistering, scarring or lasting damage, which means less downtime between treatments and fast tattoo removal results.
All skin types
We create personalised tattoo laser removal treatment plans based on each client’s goals, skin tone and tattoo, which then dictates how we calibrate the laser system to effectively target the treatment area.
5 star service
Our team is there to support you through every step of your removal journey. Our state-of-the-art studio is a relaxing and contemporary design space, making your tattoo removal as refined as it is rewarding.
Our patented LightSense technology is more advanced than anything else on the market. Developed at Princeton University, we’ve spent a decade making it the world’s best.
What laser tattoo removal treatments do you provide?
At NAAMA Studios, we can help you with laser tattoo removal near you no matter your skin type, age, gender identity or tattoo design. We can even help with laser pigmentation removal, microblading removal and much more. If you’re interested in any of our skin-friendly treatments, get in touch with us today.
Why do you refer to tattoo removal as “tattoo clearing”?
At NAAMA, we refer to tattoo removal as tattoo clearing. The process is the same, and we opt for different terms to better articulate our gentle treatment process that leaves behind a clean slate for you to either start your tattoo journey again or continue on with clear skin.
Can you treat all skin types?
NAAMA’s laser tattoo removal in London is able to effectively treat all skin types, and our experts are available to provide a tailored treatment plan to start your journey. We look at the tone of the skin in the tattooed area as there are some restrictions on the combination of the tattoo ink colour and skin tone. This helps us personalise a treatment to suit your skin.
How do different inks respond to treatment?
There are thousands of tattoo inks in circulation today with many being produced by qualified ink manufacturers that reputable tattoo artists and studios will use or mix to expand their own colour palette. Other inks that we have seen might be homemade - such as melting plastics or pen ink to create a tattoo.
Unfortunately, unless you know the specific ink used in your tattoo, it can be something of a mystery. Most inks respond well to laser treatment, usually, those that are produced by qualified manufacturers and used as intended; however, should your tattoo contain a resistant chemical - for example, a harsh plastic or undiluted acrylic - it may take a lot longer to respond to treatment. We have seen good results overall with both types.