Victoria Beckham is having laser treatment to remove her back tattoo
According to new reports, Victoria Beckham is removing a tattoo on her back. The tattoo which goes down her spine is in Hebrew and reads "I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine". Sources close to her state that her tattoo is significantly lighter.
This is not the first tattoo that Victoria has removed. She's had 2 other tattoos lasered off her wrist already.
Having laser tattoo removal on the spine is not very pleasant. With little but bone in the way, lasering over spine can be uncomfortable.
When choosing a place for laser tattoo removal, it is very important to make sure they have successfully removed tattoos. As the laser tattoo removal grows in popularity, lots of places are offering laser tattoo removal services. Unfortunately though, some places are leaving people with nothing but burns and scars.
How do you choose a laser center? The most important thing to do is ask for Before and After photos of tattoos they have actually removed in their office. Most places will not have any pictures, or will "borrow" pictures from other online places or use these commonly used photos of laser tattoo removal. Be very careful!
Some places will tell you they can easily remove your tattoo in just a few sessions. Unfortunately, these are just false promises.
If you have colors in your tattoos, chances are you will need to have different types of lasers used for the different colors.
If you live in Orlando or the Central Florida area and are interested in removing your tattoo with laser tattoo removal, please call Pristine Laser Center at 407-494-0404 to schedule your free consultation.
Pristine Laser Center is the leading provider of laser tattoo removal in Central Florida and uses multiple lasers to safely and effectively remove tattoos.
Pristine Laser Center in Orlando offers tattoo removal, laser hair removal, laser vein removal, laser skin rejuvenation, acne scar treatment, laser skin resurfacing, age spot/ sun spot removal, laser treatment of vascular lesions and much more.