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Category Archives: Tattoo Removal

Tips for Summer Tattoo Removal

If you have fantasies of getting rid of that matching tattoo you and with your high school boyfriend or if you want to get rid of that tramp stamp, then laser tattoo removal can do just the trick. But now that it’s summer, recovery is a little bit more complicated. Let’s take a closer look […]

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How to Prepare for Tattoo Removal

When it comes to your youth and even your twenties, you may have made more than a few questionable decisions— including gauged ears, piercings, or even tattoos. And although some of these mistakes clear up (or close up) on their own, others are there as a constant reminder of your past— especially your tattoos. Luckily, […]

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How to Tell If Tattoo Removal Is Right for You

You may have though getting a tattoo when you were drunk, 19, and in Las Vegas was a good idea, but now that you’re a little older, that “good idea” may seem more like regret. Luckily, with tattoo removal from Callender Cosmetic and Dermatology Center, we can help to erase your mistake, so you don’t […]

How to Prepare for Tattoo Removal

You may have thought that getting a tattoo in your friend’s neighbor’s basement when you were 14 was a good idea, but if that tramp stamp is looking more and more like regret, it’s time to consider getting laser tattoo removal. By breaking up the pigment in the skin, laser tattoo removal works from the […]

Did You (Regretfully) Tattoo?

Those were the days, right? When you tattooed the name of your current squeeze on your body as an emblem of true love…or the lure of the “siren of body art” enticed you into getting a tat with your friends on a weekend vacation. Whether you are a man or a woman, and regardless of […]

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