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2015 by krishna artsAs we close the door on another year tonight, many people will be reflecting on all that 2014 has brought…the good, the bad, where they’d like to make some changes, and what they’d like to keep the same. Many of us create a list of “New Year’s Resolutions.” They include goals we would like to accomplish in order to make the New Year the best year yet. Many resolve to eat healthier, lose weight, quit smoking, spend more time with family, work less, work harder, and many, many more. Our resolutions can be anything that, to us, would create a better us and perhaps a better world.

Laser treatments could be part of your New Year’s Resolutions. If you’ve been covering an unwanted tattoo because it draws too much attention, it didn’t come out like you wanted, it reminds you of something you’d rather forget, or you want something different in that place make 2015 the year that you decide to do something about it. Laser tattoo removal may not be as painful and expensive as you think. Removing a tattoo is a process one that can take 6 months to a year or more in some cases, but when done correctly and proper care is taken, the ink can be removed without permanent damage to your skin. This leaves your skin open for a new tattoo if you want or just clear new skin that you can be proud of. Resolve to stop hiding that unwanted tattoo and do something about it.  

Vanish uses the Astanza Trinity Laser to target a wide variety of colors, and only trained laser specialists under the oversight of our medical director will be performing the treatments. We do all we can to ensure you see the best results possible. We take great care in making sure you are pleased with your results as well as the quality of your treatment. Consultations are always free, so there is no reason not to come in and get your questions answered. We hope you have a safe and happy New Year. Give us a call when we're back in the office on Tuesday, January 2nd to schedule your free consultation, because putting it off might just mean you’ll still be looking at that tattoo this time next year and you don’t want that.

Photo courtesy of freedigitalphotos.net by Krishna Arts