Undo Your Ink!
Sometimes our tattoos define us. For life. However, sometimes our old tattoos from years ago no longer represent who we are today! Studies have shown that out of people get tattoos: 44% wanted to feel unique, 33% wanted to feel independent and 28% wanted to bring attention to a particular life experience. Well, life experiences change!
Tattoos have become popular, and many times, useful way to express oneself, and have become an outlet for a younger population in the United States to do so. People with tattoos are no longer considered rebels, but rather the norm…which also means that removal of unwanted tattoos is also becoming a common trend in our society. We’re seeing it in the news with celebrities like Megan Fox and Mark Walberg…and seeing it in the everyday dad or professional whose tattoo has just become outdated with their current lifestyle. With the type of laser technology at the Tattoo Removal Centers of America, located in a Lakeview, a team of trained physicians is taking care of individuals with all types of stories, but who all share the common goal: to “undo their ink.”
Do You Think This Is True?
Published online and in the July print issue of the journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research, is a study stating that people with tattoos consume more alcohol than those without them. Do you think this is true? Considering the growing popularity of tattoos today, are tattoos still considered taboo and primarily associated with certain types of people? Check out some excerpts from the article and decide for yourselves…
Tattoos Can Be Temporary!
According to Medterms.com, the definition of a Tattoo is The permanent insertion of ink or other pigments below the skin using a sharp instrument. Humans have done tattooing for cosmetic and ritual purposes since the Neolithic era.
This definition should be updated! This definition is as almost as ancient as the art of tattooing. Unwanted or outdated tattoos no longer need to be thought of as a permanent part of your body, and life. Now, because of the technology and expertise available at The Tattoo Removal Centers of America, tattoos can be remembered as a temporary era in your life that may not represent who you are now!
At the Tattoo Removal Centers of America, our board-certified physicians have devised a specific protocol, using the RevLite laser, the next generation of Q-switched laser technology to effectively lighten and remove tattoos. The RevLite laser is the finest tattoo removal laser available. The RevLite SI laser is a multi-wavelength aesthetic laser ideal for safe, effective, individualized tattoo removal in patients with all skin types.
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