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When choosing a tatto, it's essential to opt for something you're pretty sure you aren't going to get rid of. 

After all, they say that tattoos are forever. 

Luckily, if you have gotten over that tattoo you got on holidays or that piece that meant so much to you at one point but no longer does, that saying doesn't necessarily apply. 

Thanks to major developments in laser tattoo removal, it's now the easiest it has ever been to remove that regrettable ink. 

If you're looking to get some tattoo removal done in Dublin, there's a new bespoke laser removal innovation that just landed on Grafton Street. 

FADE is bringing skin therapy, tailored to each client individually, to the forefront, and we're pretty relieved – that tattoo we got in Thailand isn't looking as pretty as it did when we were 18.

'No matter what your reasoning the good news is that nobody has to feel like they need to “just live with it” anymore,' said FADE Founder Aidan O’Connell. 

'The permanency of tattoos is no longer something which has to be accepted, they can be dealt with.'

'Treatment is quick and painless for most people so stop staring in the mirror at your past mistakes and get on with looking to a tattoo-free future. With modern Picolaser technology, the incidence of fading and residue is minimised.'

The laser removal salon is the only dedicated tattoo removal service in Ireland, and their techniques can also be used for other skin isses. 

From treating fine lines to acne scarring, there are a number of skin therapy packs available. 

So long, wonky Thai symbol, hello clear skin. 



A new tattoo removal cream that is set to be available on the market soon promises to fade unwanted tattoos for a fraction of the price and pain it currently costs.

Developed by 27-year-old Canadian PhD student, Alec Falkenham, the cream works by encouraging another round of macrophages (cells we see as the tattoo) to override the coloured macrophages, causing the tattoo to fade.

Alec spoke about how this new cream will potentially be a lot easier, cheaper and less painful than the traditional method of removing tattoos:

“When comparing it to laser-based tattoo removal, in which you see the burns, the scarring, the blisters, in this case, we’ve designed a drug that doesn’t really have much off-target effect. We’re not targeting any of the normal skin cells, so you won’t see a lot of inflammation. In fact, based on the process that we’re actually using, we don’t think there will be any inflammation at all and it would actually be anti-inflammatory.”

The cream is still in it's testing phase but creators are hopeful it won't be too long till it hits the market. 

Good news for some of the more unlucky tattoo lovers out there then…

Like this Halloween lover:

This Miley fanatic

We bet this woman is sickened she didn't leave room for a certain Christian Grey…!

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