GOODBYE TATTOO! Is Your Tattoo Reversible? 3 Q&A’s about Tattoo Removal
Although tattoos are extremely popular, it’s becoming more commonplace to remove unwanted tattoos. This can be for many reasons, from offensive designs to poor quality work. Others simply outgrow or regret their original choice and no longer want to have tattoos on their body. Whatever the reason, more and more people are considering removal as an option.
Careful consideration has to be made before removing a tattoo. Much more goes into removing a tattoo than having one applied.
3 Q&A’s ABOUT TATTOO REMOVAL…
1. Tattoo Removal – COST?
Removing a tattoo can be quite expensive and in many cases, more so than the tattoo itself. Depending on the size and number of colors in the tattoo, prices can start in the hundreds for a small two square inch section. It can become very costly! In addition, most tattoos require multiple sessions for complete removal of the design.
2. Tattoo Removal – WHERE TO GO?
Choosing where to go and how to have the tattoo removed is also very important. Tattoo artists, estheticians, and dermatology doctors all have the ability to perform removal, but one may be more qualified than the other so it’s important to research who can perform tattoo removal in your area and go with who makes you the most comfortable.
3. Tattoo Removal – WHAT IS THE PROCESS?
Laser technology is used to remove tattoos. A consultation should be scheduled to assess the skin and health history of the person prior to any removal treatments. Clients want to have someone who is not only interested in removing the tattoo but also capable of doing so without causing additional skin damage.
DON’T DO THIS!
For those who are looking for an easy way to remove a tattoo, do-it-yourself home remedies are dangerous and strongly discouraged. The skin can burn, causing a harmful infection or even leave permanent scars.
If you decide to have a tattoo removed, be sure to do your research before making a decision about who you want to remove it. Be patient, find someone who is qualified and don’t look for a quick solution. Be mindful of what you’ll have to pay and weigh the cost of the procedure vs the desire to have the tattoo removed.
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