12 Feb 2019
February 12, 2019

Laser Tattoo Removal Of A Lion Half Sleeve

The first treatment in the fading of this lion tattoo so the client can re-work their half sleeve with something new and fresh. An average of 2-5 treatments will be needed to achieve enough fading for this to be possible. The white “frosting” that appears immediately after the the laser is water vapor, a byproduct.. read more →

We recently had EastCoastCreep, a new client and YouTuber, in our office to start tattoo removal of a shoulder cap she isn’t happy with.  This vlog gives some insight from a client’s perspective, why she’s having it removed, what it was like leading up to the appointment and what it’s been like in the three.. read more →

YouTuber EastCoastCreep was unhappy with how her shoulder piece came out and decided to have us start the process of removing it. This is the first video. Watch her vlog and learn about the experience she had in our office at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZtkkHnZrm0 The white “frosting” that appears immediately after the the laser is water vapor,.. read more →

26 Jan 2019
January 26, 2019

Laser Tattoo Removal Of A Wedding Band

Client is starting the process of full removal of a ring finger tattoo. Each treatment is quick, but on average 10-12 will be needed to achieve full removal. This usually takes about 3 years. The white “frosting” that appears immediately after the the laser is water vapor, a byproduct of the laser tattoo removal treatment… read more →

15 Jan 2019
January 15, 2019

Laser Tattoo Removal Of A Rose On A Wrist

The start of the removal process, first treatment done on this small rose on the wrist. The white “frosting” that appears immediately after the the laser is water vapor, a byproduct of the laser tattoo removal treatment. Within 10 minutes, this fades and is not a burn or blister. In the left hand is a.. read more →

08 Jan 2019
January 8, 2019

Laser Tattoo Removal Of A Hand Tattoo

Starting the process of fading a hand tattoo. The white “frosting” that appears immediately after the the laser is water vapor, a byproduct of the laser tattoo removal treatment. Within 10 minutes, this fades and is not a burn or blister. In the left hand is a hose that’s connected to a cryo-chiller, a device.. read more →

02 Jan 2019
January 2, 2019

Laser Tattoo Removal Of A Rose On A Hand

Starting the process of fading a rose tattoo on a hand. The white “frosting” that appears immediately after the the laser is water vapor, a byproduct of the laser tattoo removal treatment. Within 10 minutes, this fades and is not a burn or blister. In the left hand is a hose that’s connected to a.. read more →

18 Dec 2018
December 18, 2018

Laser Tattoo Removal Of Incubus Logo

After nearly 20 years this client has decided to free up some space on their back to make room for a new tattoo, so the Incubus logo has to go. Likely 2-4 treatments will be needed to achieve enough fading to make the cover-up possibly (of the client’s whole back!). The white “frosting” that appears.. read more →

Jenny came into our office, a bit nervous for her first treatment but with an idea to film an interview before and after to help share her experience. We’re very grateful for the idea and time she gave to help make this video. Her goal is full removal, which averages 10-12 treatments over about a.. read more →

This client has decided to start the process of removing the butterfly on their back. We’re using two lasers, a Medlite C6 and PicoSure to accomplish this. An estimated 10-12 treatments will be needed over approximately 3 years. The white “frosting” that appears immediately after the the laser is water vapor, a byproduct of the.. read more →