About two months ago, there was discussion from my boss and the piercer about a way to beef up business for lack of better words. And it was something I never in my wildest dreams thought would be done at OUR shop. But it has. Ladies and gentlemen, we now have laser removal at Oldtown Tattoo.
This isn't to gloat at all. This is to discuss the nature of laser removal. Does it hurt? Is it risky? Are there extensive sessions to the process? I'll try to answer what I can with it.
Recently I got zapped with this beauty of a thing and let me tell you this. I can take clusters of needles, I can take hollow needles, hell I can take razors, glass shards, metal and walk away just fine like nothing happened. But the next time I get laser removal WILL and I mean WILL be my last time. That shit is rather painful in some aspects. After getting shot at for a small period you will go numb and possibly not feel it. But it also depends on what kinda tattoo you're getting rid of. By that I mean black and white or color. But enough of that. Discuss!