Step 1: FREE Consultation

Your consultation will be conducted by a Certified Laser Specialist (CLS) to assess the following:

  • Size of your tattoo (in square inches).
  • Your health (your body does all the work).
  • Ink type/depth/age/application technique (used to determine difficulty/duration for complete removal).
  • Cost of each tattoo removal treatment & approximate number of treatments needed.
  • If you or the CLS has any questions about the success of treatment, a “TEST SPOT” may be conducted.
  • The CLS will explain the treatment in-depth & will answer any questions you might have related to the laser tattoo removal process.
  • It is important to disclose on the Medical Questionnaire all medications you are currently taking as some medications can cause adverse reactions.

At the end of the consultation, the CLS will schedule your first treatment.

In most cases, there will be enough time at the end of the consultation to move directly into your first treatment.☺

Step 2: First Treatment

In preparation of your first treatment please:

  • Keep the area to be treated out of the sun for at least 2 weeks prior to treatment.
    • If you have a “fresh” tan, we will send you away due to possible hypo-pigmentation complications.
  • Shave area the day prior (if applicable).
  • Do not take any products containing aspirin for at least 24 hours prior to treatment.
  • Do not apply AHA’s or other topical acid products on skin.
  • We will have you complete a release form, medical history form, & any other applicable paperwork.
  • We will photograph your tattoo which will be stored with your client file.
    • A digital photo will be taken at the beginning of each appointment to track the removal process.
  • Tattoo Removal Treatment begins!!!!
Step 3: Post-Treatment
  • The CLS will provide verbal and written post-treatment care instructions & schedule your next appointment.
  • Treatments can be scheduled no sooner than 5 weeks apart.
  • KEEP IT COVERED if in the sun!
    • Remember, if you arrive at your appointment with a “fresh” tan, we will not treat you due to possible hypo-pigmentation complications.