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What to expect when getting Laser treatment on tattoo cover-ups!!!

Two Tattoos - first (Marijuana Leaf) second (palm tree coverup)

Are you looking to get your tattoo laser removed? At Envision Laser Removal we educate our clients of the laser removal process and ensure treatment safety protocols are used before we even touch your skin!  Safety is our number one priority!

A question we get all the time, and rightly so is “how many treatments will it take to remove my tattoo?”

With a tattoo that is 7 to 10 years old, we approximate the number of treatments required is anywhere between 6 and 8 (+ or - 1 or 2) treatments.  This of course depends on the clients physical health, their smoking habits, overall care of their bodies and or type of ink and location of the tattoo on the body.  Of course it also depends on how deep your tattoo artists went with the ink, were they heavy or light handed?

When dealing with laser removal of a tattoo that has been covered up you encounter another set of issues. Along with the normal set of issues a client deals with upon removal, you now have literally 2 tattoos in one to remove. So instead of 6 to 8 estimated sessions, you are now expecting to commit to 12 to 16 (or more) sessions for removal!!

But don’t fret . There is a rainbow at the end of the storm. Envision Laser Removal offers a financing option for treatment costs, discounted bundle pricing, and individual pay as you go payments. And when discussing the price of your skin care, and the desires you have to gain clear skin, the cost is secondary.  You have the ability to have your unwanted tattoo removed, sooooooo.. do you cover up a bad tattoo, or have laser treatment to remove it completely?  Everyone has an opinion on this, make sure you do what you feel right for you.

Susan M. Wells

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