Everyone has experienced buyer’s remorse at one time or another. It might be a pair of shoes that we purchased, but once we’re home, we realize that the shoes were not exactly what we wanted. Or it could be a bigger purchase, like a car. However, in most cases, the regretted purchase can either be resold or a person can absorb the loss without suffering a huge setback. Unfortunately, there are some purchases that once made are very difficult to get rid of. A good example of a purchase like this is a tattoo.
Tattoos by their very nature are designed to be permanent. Often times, people who get a tattoo do so as a way to express their creativity or to show their never-ending bond to a person, an organization or an ideal. However, as they get older, it could be that the “special bond” that they’ve had with the person disappears, or it could be that the affiliation they had with a particular group has vanished. However, they still have the tattoo as a symbol that identifies them with a group or with the person they no longer have a desire to be associated with. And herein lies the problem.
Thankfully, laser tattoo removal has been a successful solution for many people. Laser tattoo removal is a powerful tool that has allowed people to successfully undo a tattoo that they thought was permanent. However, before considering this form of tattoo removal, it’s a good idea for a person to thoroughly understand what the procedure can do and what it cannot do.
First and foremost, you need to have realistic expectations. There is no such thing as a guarantee that your tattoo will be completely removed. After consulting with our laser treatment experts, they will be able to give you a better idea of what to expect. In some instances, because of the colors used and because of the depth of the penetration of the ink, you may still be left with some of the tattoo. After the initial consultation, you will be in a better position to decide whether laser tattoo removal is right for you.
Another factor to understand is that laser tattoo removal is not a one-session deal. It usually takes a series of treatment sessions to remove the tattoo. Treatments cannot be given one right after the other, so you will need to wait between 6 to 12 weeks before you can have the next treatment.
Laser tattoo removal is a powerful tool that can completely remove or at least diminish the appearance of your tattoo. This procedure has helped many individuals remove the tattoo they have come to regret.
If you have a tattoo that you’d prefer was gone, schedule a consultation at Perfect Skin Laser Center in Tempe or Scottsdale. Our team would love to help you get rid of your unwanted ink. Contact us today to book your appointment.