15 Jun 2016
June 15, 2016

U.S. Marine Corps Updates Tattoo Policy

The United States Marine Corps have just updated their tattoo policy, making it easier for those who are trying to enlist and enlisted to continue adding artwork to their bodies.  While we don’t agree with tattoo restrictions, we respect the governments guidelines and will continue to offer discounted tattoo removal for those who wish to.. read more →

US Navy Updates Tattoo Policy, Now Easier To Enlist

An argument could be made that sailors and tattoos go hand in hand.  The exact time when US sailors started getting tattoos is unknown, but for most what is now considered traditional or American traditional style of tattooing and art has been passed down for decades and comes from early sailors and the tattoos they.. read more →

01 Jan 2016
January 1, 2016

2015 GO! Tattoo Removal Year In Review

2015 was another outstanding year for us with much growth.  Thank you to everyone started laser tattoo removal and fading, or continued with us from previous years.  Now comfortably in our 4th year of business, we take a look back at some of the highlights from this past year.  All images came from @gotattooremoval. More.. read more →

07 Dec 2015
December 7, 2015

PicoSure Tattoo Removal Laser Is Now Here!

The PicoSure laser is the first major breakthrough in tattoo removal technology in well over 20 years.  Up until recently, the gold standard has been Q-Switch Nd:YAG lasers, like what we’ve been using and having great results with (check out these photos!). We’ve taken a lot of pride in building and establishing a technique that.. read more →

Help GO! Tattoo Removal Win $100k From Mission Main St Grants

Chase bank believes in building strong relationships with small business, part of this is through grants to help them grow.  Mission Main St. Grants started a few years ago and this year will be giving 20 recipients $100,000 each to help grow.  A panel of judges will evaluate the questionnaire we’ve already completed, provided we.. read more →

2015 Update: Department of the Army Pamplet 670-1 Changes Tattoo Regulations

Just over a year since the US Army changed their guidelines for tattoos causing a stir among both enlisted and those who were now prohibited from enlisting.  The US military has a long standing unofficial history with tattooing and it’s a shame that how one chooses to decorate their body could stop them from not.. read more →

Wrap Up: 2015 Skindustry Tattoo Expo | Lehigh Valley Tattoo Convention

Our third year back to the Skindustry Tattoo Expo and first year at the new location, Sands Event Center.  This being our hometown show, it’s great to walk in and know virtually everyone who had a booth setup and was tattooing.  Kind of like a big family reunion, since so many of us work so.. read more →

25 Jan 2015
January 25, 2015

Online Scheduling Is Now!

Online Laser Tattoo Removal Scheduling Is Now!

A few weeks ago we sent out a survey and an overwhelming number of you filled it out, thank you!  With the information learned, it’s very obvious that most of you wanted the ability to schedule and reschedule your laser tattoo removal appointments online.  One of the other questions we asked was how you’d like.. read more →

01 Jan 2015
January 1, 2015

2014 GO! Tattoo Removal Year In Review

2014 was an amazing year for us, thanks to everyone started laser tattoo removal and fading, or continued with us from 2013.  Now comfortably in our 3rd year of business, take a look back at some of the highlights in the video.  All images came from @gotattooremoval. Some other highlights not shown through the video:.. read more →

25 Nov 2014
November 25, 2014

We’re Moving to Allentown!

Closer to 78 & 476 to better serve you!

Just over two years after first opening and starting laser tattoo removal on clients, we’re proud to say the growth has pointed us into the direction of moving.  Over the last few months we’ve been evaluating where all of our clients are driving in from to ensure we pick the best location.  After careful considerations.. read more →