It’s important you feel safe and confident at your appointment and throughout your laser treatment journey. Our relaxed and discreet clinic based in Wokingham, Berkshire, and in a 10 mile radius of Bracknell, Camberley and Reading, you will be given protective eye gear to wear and a Zimmer-Cryo cooling device to hold. Once you are comfortable, our fully qualified clinician will get to work, using a NHS approved Quanta Nd-Yag laser to deliver pulses to the tattoo's pigment which is designed to break it down. It can be a bit uncomfortable at first but most clients find it totally tolerable after just a few minutes. It is often described as a sensation similar to a rubber band snapping against your skin. The number of laser pulses depends on the tattoo's size and density but most treatment sessions only last a few minutes with very little down-time.


You can start your tattoo removal experience by coming in to see us or a free consultation with one of our specialists. We will assess your tattoo's location, depth, density, and colour to predict approximately how many treatments will be needed for your tattoo to fade or be removed. We then perform a patch test to establish the most appropriate treatment settings. Once we hear back that your patch test was successful, we can carry out the first laser treatment at a time to suit you best.


While we know you want to get rid of an outdated or miss-judged tattoo as quickly as you can, it’s important to know that Laser Tattoo Removal is a gradual process that depends largely on your tattoo’s location, depth, density and the ink colours used. For example, black ink is the easiest for our lasers to target, whereas coloured ink can a little more complex to work with but in 99% of cases, just as successful. At your free, no obligation consultation, one of our trained and experienced specialists will explain the process fully and determine the predicted number of treatments your tattoo is expected to take to fade or remove. It’s as easy as that! Our Wokingham-based clinic is easily accessed from the M4 and within reach of Bracknell, Camberley, Maidenhead, and Reading.