Laser Tattoo Removal Pricing & Cost
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Having a tattoo removed, or lightened so you can have a tattoo artist put new work on you is the primary goal we have, although cost does factor into your decision to start treatments. Every tattoo and the location of the tattoo is a different situation, and adjustments in pricing may be made at the time of consultation at our discretion. Have a look at tattoo removal progress photos to get a better idea of how the process works.
Breaking the trend in laser tattoo removal pricing, GO! Tattoo Removal doesl not charge per square inch, or additional costs based on tattoo location. We do have limits on the overall size and number of tattoos per treatment because healing and aftercare are extremely important. This will be covered on a case by case basis during initial consultation.
Single tattoo removal treatment: $200
3 treatments, 10% discount: pay $540 and save $60
5 treatments, 20% discount: pay $800 and save $200
But what if I have multiple tattoos I want removed? We treat every client individually, but whenever possible we’ll treat them at the same time, for the same flat rate price.
I have my entire back / arm / leg that I want removed, is it the same price? There is a limit to what we can treat in an office visit to ensure proper healing and recovery. Fully saturated back pieces will be segmented into three or four treatment areas, each one requiring a separate office visit approximately 6-8 weeks apart. Likewise, fully saturated sleeve tattoos require four segments, fully saturated large chest pieces require two segments. During an initial consultation we will inform you of these suggested treatment protocols and schedule your following appointments appropriately.
My tattoo is multiple colors, does that cost more to remove? No, we don’t charge by the number of colors you have in your tattoo or which laser is used.
My tattoo is extremely small, how much will it cost to fade / remove? Our flat rate pricing covers most all tattoos, but there are circumstances that we will adjust pricing at our discretion.
Frequently asked laser tattoo removal questions is a great resource page we’ve created to help get the answers you’re seeking. We’re also available to discuss specific questions or help better explain the process, simply contact us.
There are no hidden costs, fees or up-charges. The only thing you will ever pay for during an office visit is the tattoo removal treatment and Redemption aftercare.
We offer a discounted rate for all branches of the American military and full time first responders. Please inquire for more information.
Gift cards are available for purchase from our online shop and mailed in discrete envelopes in case the recipient lives with you.
Our consultations are always free and in most cases can be done over the phone when not local. Schedule a consultation and / or your first treatment with us today!
Affordable Laser Tattoo Removal
Laser tattoo removal costs just $200 per treatment at GO! Tattoo removal. We don't charge per square inch, per local, location on the body and can even treat two or three smaller tattoos at one office visit, for no added cost.
Additionally, discounts for pre-paying multiple laser tattoo removal treatments are offered. No need to send in a photo of the tattoo you want faded or removed, either.
Our pricing has always been published online, too. Don't live with tattoos you don't love. GO! Tattoo Removal can fade what you have so a tattoo artist can do a proper cover up without any compromise. We can also offer full tattoo removal*, too.
We use the a proven treatment method combined with the PicoSure laser for maximum tattoo removal results.
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Removing a visible tattoo has made my transition to a new career much easier, thank you. — Jackie
...to be having the tattoos lightened on my chest to make room for new, better tattoos! — Matt
Had a lot of fun in college and while there are no regrets, I'm happier now just having my sorority association on a resume, not my skin. — Amanda