A SOUTHAMPTON retailer might be remodeled right into a tattoo removing studio ought to plans be permitted by civic chiefs.
Plans have been submitted to Southampton Metropolis Council detailing proposals to show Manor Utilities, a ironmongery shop on Bridge Street in Woolston, into Zero Ink Tattoo Elimination.
The plans have been submitted by Daniel Jackson of Zero Ink, primarily based on Oak Street in Bursledon.
The location is at the moment used as a ironmongery shop, but when plans are permitted Zero Ink may take over the premises.
Zero Ink has branded itself as “Southampton’s primary laser tattoo removing specialist”, and provides a service to fully take away tattoos or fade them for a cover-up.
Laser tattoo removing works by directing vitality on the ink within the tattoo for a fraction of a second in fast pulses.
It targets the pigment on the tattoo ink deep within the dermis layer.
This breaks down the ink into smaller particles that are then evacuated from the physique.
The standing attraction is unknown as a choice is but to be made on the plans.