Department of the Army Pamplet 670-1 Outlines New Tattoo Regulations

The United States Army has again changed regulations on tattoos for those trying to enlist and currently enlisted soldiers.  We support our troops and are thankful for the freedom they provide, but also the right of self expression.  Unfortunately, rules are rules though and they must be adhered to.  Current guidelines from Army.mil are as.. read more →

12 Mar 2014
March 12, 2014

Kutztown University Spring Wellness Expo

Kutztown University Spring Wellness Expo

Thursday March 13th, from 10am until 2pm we will be at Kutztown University for the Autumn Wellness Expo.  Join us in the McFarland Student Union for free laser tattoo removal consultations, explanations of the process, and get questions to your answers.  If you’ve been living with a tattoo you don’t love, we’ll give you some.. read more →

07 Mar 2014
March 7, 2014

Change Is Not Regret

Regret < Change

It’s commonly believed that tattoos are forever, obviously this isn’t true since we do laser tattoo removal on a daily basis, to completely remove tattoos or fade them enough to facilitate a cover-up.  Yet, headlines seem to come every few weeks with new statistics about regret, and some go as far to shame those with.. read more →

01 Jan 2014
January 1, 2014

2013 Year In Review

2013 was an amazing year for us at GO! Tattoo Removal.  Our first full year is now behind us, but here’s a look back at some highlights while the video plays. We joined Pinterest, and connected with lots of you, and found some amazing inspiration, art and even a few recipes! Proud to offer a.. read more →

09 Dec 2013
December 9, 2013

Getting Better Results Between Treatments

Tattoo Removal Progress

Fiction: The laser used during treatment removes tattoos. Fact: The laser facilitates the tattoo fading, your immune system does approximately 90% of the fading process.  We’ve already covered how tattoos are removed, but a commonly asked question is What can be done between treatments to get better fading? The simplest answer to achieving ore fading.. read more →

25 Oct 2013
October 25, 2013

Kutztown University Autumn Wellness Expo

Kutztown University Autumn Wellness Expo

Thursday October 31st, from 10am until 2pm we will be at Kutztown University for the Autumn Wellness Expo.  Join us in the McFarland Student Union for free laser tattoo removal consultations, explanations of the process, and get questions to your answers.  If you’ve been living with a tattoo you don’t love, we’ll give you some.. read more →

Fresh Start Tattoo Removal Program Partners with GO! Tattoo Removal

A few months ago we received an email on behalf of Dr. David Ores, a New York City doctor who has an unconventional way of operating his business, one that favors treatment to clients before insurances and red tape.  This particular email was to ask if we’d be interested in providing laser tattoo removal services.. read more →

Free Radiation Tattoo Removal

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, where we see more pink banners and ribbons than any other time during the year.  Cancer doesn’t stop for the other 11 months of the year though, and neither does the stories of survivors. Meet Michelle, she’s a breast cancer survivor and living life to the fullest since.. read more →

08 Oct 2013
October 8, 2013

Confusion Free Tattoo Removal Pricing

Confusion Free Tattoo Removal Pricing

A consideration for anyone interested in laser tattoo removal, or fading an existing tattoo to facilitate a better cover-up is the cost per treatment and overall cost to remove the tattoo. The most common pricing structure is to charge per square inch, or per square inch area of the skin that the tattoo covers, others.. read more →

Washington, D.C.

For some reason, law makers in our nations capitol want to regulate when and how you get tattooed and pierced.  This is ludicrous.  It will not only hurt business, but I fear it will call into question other walk-in style services.  Will a law be proposed to make customers wait a predefined time to have.. read more →