July 30, 2020

LaserYou is reopening 31 July 2020. In order to safeguard clients and staff, we have implemented the following new protocols All clients will need to wear face a covering Please note the waiting room AND wash room / toilet facilities will not be in service.  Please note we are unable to offer any refreshments or

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July 1, 2020

1st July 2020. In line with government regulations, we remain closed. To minimise cross infections with the Covid Virus, the UK government has declared that while certain businesses can re-open on 4th July (including hairdressers and pubs), tattoo Studios, massage parlours, spas, nail bars and beauty salons must remain closed. The assumption is that laser

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June 12, 2020

The PicoSure laser by Cynosure makes tattoo removal even easier than before. The 755nm wavelength is able to target: Black Blue Green tattoo inksNot all clinics have the optional 532nm wavelength which offers an effective treatment of the “sunset colours” which are typically hard to correct. Red, Yellow Orange

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February 18, 2020

We do see swelling /oedema as a normal side-effect to Laser Tattoo Removal. It is fairly instant and can subside just as quickly however it can be more extreme and longer lasting, depending on design and on location. For extremities we recommend elevation whenever possible to reduce this. This is also why we don’t recommend

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February 10, 2020

Permanent tattoos are frowned upon in the mainstream Muslim community, though there is no direct mention of tattoos in the Quran. Most believe it is a sin because it means altering the body that God gave them and in addition, it involves unnecessary pain by pricking the skin with a needle and placing different dyes

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January 27, 2020

Following laser treatment, a very common reaction is reddening of the skin, particularly on lighter skin types as shown on this client at LaserYou. The technical term is Erythema. Not all skins react – some do not react at all particularly if there is very little ink left to treat. It is a superficial and

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