Most removed tattoos

As laser technology advances at a substantial rate, it’s becoming increasingly popular that people are choosing laser removal to get rid of their unwanted tattoos. An estimated 38% of men and women between the ages of 18 and 28 have at least one tattoo, with up to 50% of that number having regrets when it comes down to their body art. These advances in technology mean it’s easier than ever to get rid of tattoos, but which are the most commonly removed? Here are the top 5: 




It’s universally advised that getting the name of your spouse permanently inked on your skin could be a bad decision. At the time it might seem like a romantic gesture, but more often than not, name tattoos will be removed.  Luckily, these tattoos tend to be small and in black ink, making them easy to remove

Celtic/Tribal tattoos 

These tattoos were very on trend a few years ago, however many people now appear to be regretting them as they have become one of the most commonly removed tattoos. 

Foreign symbols 

A popular tattoo trend that has faded over the years is foreign symbols or words. On some occasions, the words aren’t quite what they are supposed to be, or people simply don’t like the tattoos anymore. 

Misspelt words 

One of the most important tips before you get a tattoo is to ALWAYS double-check the spelling first. Unfortunately, this advice does not always resonate with everyone and as a result, misspelt words are very common for tattoo removals

Barbed Wire

This trend in the 90’s saw a number of celebrities sporting barbed wire tattoos around arms. As a result, there was a rise in the number of people getting these particular tattoos.

If you have been considering getting rid of a tattoo that you regret, pop over Centros Unico Lakeside clinic and find out more about the most advanced laser technology we use, suitable for all colour tattoo inks.

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