Welcome to Lynton’s Radiant Recovery Initiative, which recognises that the journey beyond cancer is a celebration of strength and resilience. If you’re seeking a compassionate partner for your radiation tattoo removal, Lynton is here for you.
That is why Lynton is proud to introduce our free-of-charge radiotherapy tattoo removal service, an essential part of our Hive initiative. We believe in supporting your recovery journey beyond cancer, and this initiative is our way of extending a helping hand.
At the heart of our initiative is the acknowledgment of the small marks left behind by radiation tattoos —a testament to your courage. We understand that these tattoos, though symbolic, may carry mixed emotions, and for those of you who want to have them removed, we’re here to offer a solution.
Wondering about the tattoo removal process? It is a safe and effective procedure designed to fade and remove these marks, carried out by trained
Radiation tattoo removal works in the same way as other forms of tattoo removal, and is performed with a Q-switch laser to shatter the pigment and enable your body to clear away the ink naturally. This usually takes one to two treatments. There will likely be some redness and swelling, but this is completely normal and typically lasts no longer than a day or two.
For more detailed information and to create your own personalised radiation tattoo removal journey, consult with your chosen Lynton partner clinic (see the list of our partner clinics below).
This initiative is made possible through our nationwide network of trusted clinics and professionals, all dedicated to your care, and offering medical grade equipment for the best results possible.
Together with Lynton they want to offer their support to your journey by offering radiotherapy tattoo removal completely free of charge. We invite you to explore the options available through our affiliated clinics, ensuring you receive the highest quality service tailored to your needs.
Expansion of Premises to Facilitate Entry into Export Markets
To facilitate its entry into new export markets, Lynton Lasers Ltd required increased manufacturing space, as well as new demonstration and training facilities. To this end, LEADER Funding was applied for, and won, to support the refurbishment of an adjacent business unit (Unit 9d) as well as the re-arrangement and refurbishment of the existing business unit (Unit 6) on Holmes Chapel Business Park.
This Project was part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development