Location: England, AR
Member since 1/16/2014


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Reviews & Stories

Half Sleeve Tattoo Removal - Nottingham, UK

It has been a while since I started my removal in August. I have been using the q-switched ruby laser to remove the black. So far I have had mixed opinions on how it is going. I have been having some trouble with the removal of the shading as it seems to be leaving a ghost effect. Not sure if it is temporary but I will give it time and see since the lines are yet to be removed. This is my... READ MORE

Questions from Slackyboy

I have 2 large moles in face, wanting removed, how noticeable will scars be? (photo)

Hi. I am a 19 year old male with 2 moles on my right cheek. I have had them since I was 7 and I have hated them all my life, but I have learnt to live with them. But I think it... READ MORE

Tattoo removal likely to remove completely? (photo)

Hi I have a half sleeve tattoo in black ink . It was done free hand and honestly it was the worst experience of my life. I couldn't leave home without wearing long sleeves. I... READ MORE

Recent comments from Slackyboy

Thank you mate, at least 1 month between each section of the tattoo. I did mine I thirds and eventually into halfs READ COMMENT

Hi Pamela, I have been applying vitamin E oils to it since and my skin has cleared up a fair it, there are still a couple of places where the ink is still visable, but hardly noticable. let me know of any queries you have Dave READ COMMENT

Roughly about £2,400 it varies for how dense the tattoo is READ COMMENT

No problem. I used the ruby laser for the first 12 treatments. Then I have been using the yag for the remainder. Each time the skin is hit by the ruby it exploded at first so blistering was horrible , after treatment and patience is... READ COMMENT

I know the feeling, it isn't fun. I'm glad it has reassured you, I had no idea it was going to be so successful. The thing with scarring is it all depends on the tattoo. My artist was a twat and propper grilled in the dark lines it was... READ COMMENT