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Tattoo Fading

The benefits of fading with NAAMA before a cover-up

Fresh canvas

Fading or removing your unwanted tattoo means you don’t have to compromise on your next design or worry about show-through underneath.
Rapid removal

The LightSense laser system requires minimal downtime, so you can have sessions every 2-3 weeks and get ready for your cover-up sooner.
Happy skin

Our advanced yet gentle technology will not scar skin - leaving it smooth, healthy and ready for a new tattoo.
LOUISE

“It's clear that my skin is still healthy and hasn't been damaged in the process, and my tattoos are fading gradually with great results.”

LOUISE

CARLY

“So far I am very happy with the treatment and care that I have received at NAAMA. I am so impressed with the healing process and how this laser causes no damage to the skin at all.”

CARLY

FABIO

“My experience with NAAMA Studios has been super positive. I’m now on my third tattoo removal session and I can already see the results!"

FABIO

Proven results

See how this large buddha head was removed before covering with a new tattoo.

After 1 month

After 6 months

Cover up

After 1 month

After 5 months

Cover up

Hettie’s story

Tattoo artist Hettie Baker was surprised by how painless laser tattoo removal was at NAAMA.

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Frequently asked questions


Can you treat all skin types?
We welcome and are able to treat all skin types at NAAMA. We are interested in the skin tone of the tattoo area as there are some restrictions on the combination of the tattoo ink colour and skin tone.

In the chart below you can check that we can treat the combination of your tattoo area, skin type and tattoo colour.
How long do you have to wait between sessions?
The LightSense laser system causes no lasting skin damage and requires little downtime. Most clients are therefore able to return for treatments every 3-5 weeks, rather than 8-12 weeks with older technologies.
How do different inks respond to treatments?
There are thousands of tattoo inks in circulation today.

Many are produced by qualified ink manufacturers that reputable tattoo artists and studios will use or mix with other inks to expand their colour palette, whilst others might be homemade - such as melting plastics or pen ink. 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, namely 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.

In severe cases, some inks may not respond to laser removal at all. Inks that don’t respond to tattoo removal are often referred to as “stubborn” and, because of the specific composition of the ink, can take a very long time to remove. Be sure to tell your NAAMA Consultant as much as you can about the tattoo artist, the studio and the ink.
Does it hurt?
Pain really varies from person to person - what one person finds mildly unpleasant, another will find unbearably painful. Our laser is much more gentle on the skin than older technologies meaning that many of our customers say that it is less painful than getting a tattoo. Our unique technology uses less energy, meaning less pain.
How long do I have to wait for treatment after receiving a new tattoo?
We recommend waiting 4-6 weeks after getting a tattoo before undergoing removal.
Our tattoo artist partners

Our tattoo artist partners

NAAMA is tattoo removal for tattoo lovers, which is why we partner with some of the UK’s most celebrated tattoo artists. Get in touch and we will be happy to recommend some incredible artists.

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All skin types
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5* service
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LightSense laser system
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Unique technology

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