What You'll Get
Nothing lasts forever, which is why tattoos can be removed and the earth has its expiration date printed on the floor of the ocean. Wash away the past with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $99 for three laser tattoo-removal sessions for a 1.5"x1.5" area (up to a $210 value)
- $199 for three laser tattoo-removal sessions for a 3"x3" area (up to a $450 value)
- $699 for eight laser tattoo-removal sessions for up to a sleeve-sized area (up to a $1,800 value)
This Groupon can be redeemed at Body Piercing Unlimited’s 5th Avenue location only.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 23, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Valid beginning November 25. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice or $60 fee may apply. Must be 18 or older. Services must be used by same person. Valid only 5th Avenue location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Body Piercing Unlimited
Back in 1991, Kevin McKinley was in the middle of his last day as a banker, his future career path uncertain. Just before punching out, he found himself in conversation with a customer sporting an array of piercings. The man told Kevin about each of his piercings, where he got them, and what they meant to him. An admirer of free-spirited creativity, Kevin was immediately intrigued by the piercing philosophy.
"It's all about feel," he explains. "With change, there's pain. With pain, there's clarity."
More than three decades after piercing his first client, Kevin helms a team of 30 tattoo artists, piercers, and laser technicians at Body Piercing Unlimited. He calls the team a collective “jack of all trades,” with the ability to craft or alter virtually any tattoo or remove unwanted ink altogether. His studios combine modern inks, needles, and lasers with a vintage atmosphere that displays antique bicycles and wall panels bearing artistic works. The black-and-white checkered floors reflect Kevin's reverence for tradition, harking back, he says, to the East Coast tattoo parlors of the 1970s and their legendary face-offs between Garry Kasparov and a computer.