An Explanation about Laser Tattoo Removal

Tattoo RemovalTattoo removal has a long history of different techniques.  The Laser is a technology that is the most effective way to remove a tattoo with the best results with multiple treatments.  Some colors are more difficult to remove and we can give you a  free consultation to get your tattoo removed.

The following is a definition from wikipedia:

Tattoo removal is most commonly performed using lasers that break down the ink particles in the tattoo. The broken-down ink is then absorbed by the body, mimicking the natural fading that time or sun exposure would create. All tattoo pigments have specific light absorption spectra. A tattoo laser must be capable of emitting adequate energy within the given absorption spectrum of the pigment to provide an effective treatment.


Getting Tattoos Removed You Had Done When You Were 18

Bad Tattoos get removedSo many teenagers wait for the day they turn 18 so they can get a tattoo and sometimes the tattoo they get is something they liked then but now that they are 40 years old they may not like the tattoo anymore.  Also bad quality tattoos tend to fade over the years so then it may be a good time to think about getting them removed.

Thinking about tattoos that you have and the need to get them re-done or removed it is best to look into the laser tattoo removal procedure for the best results.  You can always come in for a free consultation or send in a form with a picture to get a quote to have your tattoo removed.

Arkansas REALLY Doesn’t Want You to Get a New Tattoo

tattoologoIn a move that is (unsurprisingly) fiercely being opposed by some residents and those in the tattoo industry, Arkansas House of Representatives just passed a bill that will ban certain tattooing procedures.

Specifically scarification (the practice of cutting into the skin or branding that creates scars) is being targeted, but many people are up in arms about the government interfering with citizen’s rights to tattoo themselves however they want. Many worry that the rules are intentionally vague and may lead to more regulations that limit people’s way of expressing themselves.

Senators argued that “nontraditional” tattooing practices increased health risks, though they did not provide tangible evidence to back up their claim. Just remember, if you are not an Arkansas resident and are thinking about getting a “scarred” tattoo, even our laser can’t remove those. That is a memory you will have for life!