Monthly Archives: January 2021

Jan 02

Amazing results after my First Few Treatments for Laser Tattoo Removal

 The success of laser tattoo removal is dependent on a number of factors, including the location of the tattoo, the density of the ink and also how healthy you are (in order for the body to eliminate the ink after it has been lasered).  As such, two people with exactly the same tattoo will experience different results following laser tattoo removal.

It may not always be the case, but sometimes exceptional results are seen after the first few treatments. However, It does not follow that further treatments will produce the same results. The reason behind this is quite straightforward. The laser will find it easier to target the ink at the surface. Therefore, often although not always the results are very evident within one or two treatments. As the treatment progresses there is less surface ink to break down. In addition, the more resistant ink still remains. Therefore it appears that progress has slowed down. That is not the case. It is just that the ink easier to break down, has broken down.  It is then simply a case of persevering. Best results are seen with PicoSure laser – it uses the most advanced technology for tattoo removal.

The above client experienced exceptional results after laser tattoo removal at our clinic in Burnham, Slough. Just 3 treatments!

Jan 01

Covid-19 Antibody Test available at LaserYou

As of 2 January 2021 we are now offering antibody testing for Covid-19 at our clinic. This is a quick blood test performed on your fingertip.

An antibody test is a blood test to check if you’ve had coronavirus (COVID-19) before. This test is not widely available yet.Information: 

An antibody test is different to the test to check if you have coronavirus now. You can get a test to check if you have coronavirus now on GOV.UK.

What an antibody test can tell you

An antibody test can tell you if it’s likely you’ve had coronavirus before.

But it does not work for everyone, as some people who’ve had the virus do not have antibodies.

An antibody test does not tell you:

  • if you’re immune to coronavirus
  • if you can or cannot spread the virus to other people


If you’ve had coronavirus, you still need to follow the same social distancing advice as everyone else.