Spelling Fails, Racist Symbols, Profanities, Pranks Contribute To Booming Tattoo Removal Business
Tattoo regret, which comes in many forms, continues to fuel the tattoo removal business.
Cringeworthy errors such as egregious spelling errors, profanities on the knuckles, racist symbols inked as pranks and profanities are increasing as the number of people who have tattoos and the average number of tattoos per inked person continue to grow.
IBISWorld research found the tattoo removal industry grew 3.9 per cent between 2010 and 2015.
There is also a growing number of drunken mistakes and dodgy jobs from tattoo artists in remote vacation areas such as Thailand sprouting up now more than ever. Misspellings included "No ragrets", "to young to die" and "to fast to live" while pranks included things as severe as a swastika on the head.
Those seeking tattoo removal should be warned that their predecessors who turned to operators who used cheap lasers and chemicals to remove their ink suffered unsightly scars, burns and patchy skin, as one report noted in the Canberra Times.
One prominent South Florida board certified cosmetic surgeon, Dr. William Frazier, is using the most advanced laser in tattoo removal today.
In the video below, Dr. Frazier explains more about the PicoSure laser and tattoo regret on the Rhett Palmer Show (WAXE I-Heart Radio).
The laser works fast on tough colors such as blues, blacks and greens. Previously treated tattoos are easy to treat as well with this advanced laser; whereas other inferior lasers require twenty or more painful treatments, only four to six are required with the PicoSure laser.
Pain management and avoidance are top priorities for Dr. Frazier and Dr. Bailor. They address them by saying, "Pain-free tattoo removal is here. With local anesthesia injected to numb the tattooed area and also chilled air to cool the skin, you can now enjoy quick, comfortable, and affordable sessions."
About Vero Cosmetic Surgery & Medispa
Serving the Treasure Coast community, founded by Dr. Frazier and joined by Dr. Bailor, the practice provides body contouring, facial rejuvenation, medispa services, breast improvement and tattoo removal with the most advanced laser in medicine today.
William H. Frazier, MD, FACS, is Yale-trained, experienced and trusted for over 25 years.
Katya Huseva Bailor, MD, completed her yearlong Fellowship at University of Columbia - Missouri in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive surgery through the American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery.
Learn more about Florida PicoSure Tattoo Removal Services.
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