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The famous London removal studio zapping Kanye West tattoos for free

Removals at Naama Studio  (Naama Studio )
Removals at Naama Studio (Naama Studio )

You love your tattoo. Sure, I did too… for all of five minutes. After having just turned 21, getting inked up seemed like the best idea (full disclaimer: no diservice to my incredible tattoo artist!) but it’s now two years later and I only dream of getting the slate wiped clean.

So if you are harbouring similar low-level regrets, look no further than this London-based tattoo removal studio offering the safest treatment and advanced care.

Crouched along the cosmopolitan streets of Marylebone, Naama is bright, lofty and a far cry from the scary studios you may have come to expect. Don’t believe me? Just last year, the studio offered a second chance service to remove all Kanye West related tattoos for free following his anti-semitic comments. Yeezy come, Yeezy go!

So say goodbye to aggressive lasers, fusty practitioners in clinical white lab coats and confusing aftercare instructions — and ease yourself into your first appointment surrounded by artwork with a fresh cup of artisan coffee, should you have the inclination.

Using unique LightSense technology and the highest-quality lasers in the market, practitioners will slowly work to break down your tattoo from skin. Between 8-12 sessions, your body will gradually absorb the ink particles and will naturally flush them out — removing all traces of your tattoo from the surface of your skin. A practically pain-free experience (imagine the feeling of an elastic band snapping against the skin) in minimal time.

There may be several factors that affect the success of your tattoo removal — including colour, ink type, skin type and where it is positioned on your body. But don’t fret, from your very first telephone consultation through to each and every appointment, Naama experts will guide you through the whole process seamlessly.

Naama Studios, 109 Great Portland Street, W1 (07429 983355; naamastudios.com)