Despite being useful cheat sheets, Scantron test tattoos serve little purpose once the SAT exams are over and can be difficult to remove with just the eraser from a No. 2 pencil. Erase unwanted ink with today’s Groupon to D-Inked. Choose from the following options:
- For $59, you get one laser tattoo-removal session for an area up to 6 square inches (up to a $150 value).
- For $169, you get three laser tattoo-removal sessions for an area up to 6 square inches (up to a $450 value).
- For $315, you get six laser tattoo-removal sessions for an area up to 6 square inches (up to a $900 value).<p>
Customers can put Groupons toward removal of larger tattoos and pay the difference.<p>
D-Inked specializes solely in diffusing remnants of unwanted body art during 10- to 15-minute tattoo-removal treatments backed by the FDA–approved Astanza Trinity laser. Appointments begin with a complimentary consultation, including preliminary snapshots of targeted ink and a layout of postprocedure routines that dictate frequent cleaning and abstaining from swimming or riding dolphins bareback for three days. Lasers flare to life with pulses that last only a fraction of a second and are modulated for specific hues. Beams flash through epidermises and shatter pigments into shards easily evacuated by the immune system. A cooling mechanism assuages twinges akin to the snap of a rubber band while skilled technicians drain color from entire images or specific sections of graffiti. Additional sessions may be necessary for full results, depending on the tint, age, density, and sheer will power of tattoos.
Scabbing and blistering accompanied by sunburn-grade soreness may follow treatments as a part of the body’s natural healing process, but scarring is unlikely because lasers only penetrate outermost layers of skin. Customers concerned about uneven skin pigmentation should space out appointments.
When it comes to why their clients want to have tattoos removed, the technicians at D-Inked have heard everything from “wrong name” to “new job.” Regardless of a patron’s motivation, they use only one tool to remove tattoos: the FDA-approved Astanza Trinity laser, which shines in multiple hues to break down an array of ink colors. The number of treatments necessary to completely oust old ink varies based on factors such as the tattoo’s color and how old it is, because newer ones can run away from lasers faster. Most clients need six to eight sessions. As for pain, most say that it feels like a rubber band snapping the skin, a level of discomfort comparable to getting a tattoo.