Like octopi, tattoos contain ink, are typically found among sailors, and can frighten young children in swimming pools. Protect tots from scary tats with today’s Groupon to Sugar Land Laser Tattoo Removal, located inside the Imperial Health Center. Choose from the following options:
- For $49, you get one laser tattoo-removal session (up to a $125 value).
- For $129, you get three laser tattoo-removal sessions (up to a $375 value).
- For $239, you get six laser tattoo-removal sessions (up to a $750 value).
This Groupon is valid for treatment on one tattoo, which must be small enough to be covered by the hand. Customers can apply the value of this Groupon toward treatment on medium and large tattoos.
Sugar Land Laser Tattoo Removal’s certified staff harnesses the power of the Astanza laser to help eliminate unwanted body ink. The high-tech device blends two unique lasers to produce specific wavelengths of light that work to break up ink particles without spreading rumors of their infidelity to gossipy freckles. After getting zapped, the body’s immune system swiftly removes dissipated ink particles from their dermal lair, creating clearer skin. The duration and number of treatments needed to fully eradicate corporeal emblems depends on the size, color, and kung fu abilities of the tattoo, and multiple sessions are spaced at least four weeks apart to allow skin time to heal.
Though Sugar Land Laser Tattoo Removal sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available
Sugar Land Laser Tattoo Removal
The shades are drawn in a small room, where a lone figure refracts powerful beams of light through garnets and rubies. The light is helmed not by a supervillain bent on the earth's destruction but by one of Sugar Land Laser Tattoo Removal's expert technicians, who aims to obliterate unwanted ink. Wielding the double-laser Astanza system, staff experts combine three wavelengths of light as they fade away single and multicolored tattoos.
Each treatment regimen begins with a consultation to determine how many sessions will be required; depending on tattoos' sizes and hues, some can be removed in two or three 10-minute treatments, whereas others will require further zapping. After each treatment, the sensation of which is commonly described as being flicked by a rubber band, the clinic doles out aftercare advice, such as avoiding the sun and utilizing cold compresses.