The Quanta Q-Plus C laser is the most advanced tattoo removal machine on the market that can remove tattoos without damaging the skin.
The new laser is able to target all colours of tattoo ink, including those traditionally difficult to remove.
Current trends have resulted in customers seeking more unique tattoos and therefore many require the removal of old tattoos for something more bespoke.
Yorkshire Cosmetic Laser Clinic founder Sarah Smith was inspired to make the major investment, the first since the business opened its doors in 2015, after looking into the tattoo removal process for a family member and soon realizing there wasn’t a quality service locally.
Smith said: “I launched the business in January last year, and since then we’ve grown steadily, building up a strong base of customers who want safe and effective tattoo removal in a clinical environment. We also get a lot of referrals from tattoo studios whose clients need a tattoo faded prior to a cover-up.
“It’s only early days and but the phone hasn't stopped ringing since we took delivery of the new laser and our existing clients are also happy to have access to the best equipment. I want to continue building the business and the aim is to open another premises in the near future.”
The investment was supported by Yorkshire Bank.
Andy Davidson, head of Yorkshire Bank’s Business and Private Banking Centre in Bradford, said: “The Yorkshire Cosmetic Laser Clinic is a fine example of an entrepreneur spotting a gap in the market and making the most of it. We fully support Sarah in her aim to expand the business in the years to come.”
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