Tattoo Removal Hampton VA

Find top doctors who perform Tattoo Removal in Hampton, VA. Whether you’re seeking treatment or looking to schedule a preventative screening, we can connect you with the best dermatologists near you in Hampton, VA.

Local Businesses

Center For Women’S Health

(757) 874-2229
101 Eaton St Ste 300
Hampton, VA 23669

Kanter, Mark J – Peninsula Cosmetic

(757) 827-8486
4000 Coliseum Dr # 110
Hampton, VA 23630

Plastic Surgery Center

(757) 825-0311
901 Enterprise Pkwy
Hampton, VA 23666

Coker, Leslie

17 Manhattan Sq
Hampton, VA 23666

Menon Padman A

757- 825-1440
2208 Executive Dr
Hampton, VA 23666

Abc Pediatrics

757- 826-6889
2200 Executive Dr
Hampton, VA 23666

Mark Kanter

(757) 827-8486
4000 Coliseum Drive Suite 110
Hampton, VA 23666

William Pritchard Jordan Jr


Hampton, VA 23664

Russell J Kilpatrick

163 Benedict Ave
Hampton, VA 23665

Akanji Abimbola

757- 788-0600
600 Medical Dr
Hampton, VA 23666

Nienstedt, Ann – Peninsula Cosmetic

(757) 827-8486
4000 Coliseum Dr # 110
Hampton, VA 23630

Tompkins, Kenneth

2206 Executive Dr Ste F
Hampton, VA 23666

Treherne Katherine A Pc

757- 827-5626
2207 Executive Dr # A
Hampton, VA 23666

Mc Arthur Iii Alexander

(757) 873-3500
2115 Executive Dr Ste 8D
Hampton, VA 23666

Ayodeji Ola

757- 251-7469
501 Butler Farm Rd
Hampton, VA 23666

Dr.Peter Vonu

(757) 873-3500
901 Enterprise Pkwy # 200
Hampton, VA 23666

Leslie Coker

2115 Executive Dr Ste 3A
Hampton, VA 23666

Kathleen Beverly Elmer

45 Pine St
Hampton, VA 23665

William Luther Coker Jr

2115 Executive Dr Ste 3A
Hampton, VA 23666

Frederick N Quarles

2207 Executive Dr Ste C
Hampton, VA 23666

Tattoo Removal FAQ in Hampton, VA

Can I remove my tattoo at home?

The DIY methods you can find online simply aren’t strong enough to remove pigments from the dermis — most of them affect the epidermis only. Some methods can even damage the skin and lead to unpleasant side effects. Below are some of the most touted at-home tattoo removal methods and why they don’t work.

What part of the body is best for laser tattoo removal?

The back, chest and stomach are among the easiest places to get a tattoo removed from. Because these areas are close to your heart, they benefit from good circulation and faster removal than tattoos on the extremities. It’s usually not too tricky to de-ink your torso.

Can salt and ice remove a tattoo?

The answer, in short, is NO! While you may see stories online about tattoo removal with a mixture of salt and water, this practice not only does not remove the tattoo, but also increases your risk of skin damage, infection and permanent scarring.

How many sessions does it take to remove a tattoo fully?

This depends on the age, colors, size, and location of the tattoo. Larger tattoos may require between eight and 10 removal sessions. Smaller tattoos may require between five and seven removal sessions. However, some tattoos can take as few as two treatments or as many as a dozen sessions.

Can hydrogen peroxide remove tattoos?

At-home and DIY tattoo removal methods like hydrogen peroxide should be left to urban myth and tall tales, and never attempted. They are ineffective and worse, could lead to skin damage.

What are the disadvantages of laser tattoo removal?

Scarring. Infections. Skin discoloration. Skin irritation or a rash. Pain or discomfort.

How long does skin hurt after tattoo removal?

Redness, tenderness and swelling usually subside a day or two after treatment. Blisters start forming within 24 hours after treatment and they may appear alarming, but these indicate that your body is healing as it should.

Can you 100% remove tattoo?

Surgical removal, also called excision tattoo removal, involves cutting off tattooed skin and stitching remaining skin back together. It’s the most invasive method of tattoo removal, but also the only guaranteed way to completely remove a tattoo.

Where do tattoos fade the fastest?

There are certain areas of your body where a tattoo will fade faster. Areas of the body tattoos fade most include the hands, feet, elbows, armpit and inside of the arms. The reason is simple: friction. For example, tattoos on your feet fade quicker as socks and shoes are constantly rubbing these areas.

What oils fade tattoos?

Tea Tree oil can potentially throw off your skin’s PH balance and negatively affect the skins moisture barrier, leaving your tattoos looking dull and faded.