Chicago Laser Tattoo Removal Clinic
At Tattoo Removal Centers of America, our physicians have developed a state of the art laser tattoo removal protocol that has made it possible to effectively remove unwanted tattoos without a scar. Many doctors routinely refer their patients to us because of our expertise and the caliber of laser we use. At TRCA, we are committed to treating our patients with the utmost respect and compassion. We provide the most affordable treatments and the most effective results for our patients. At TRCA, we stand by our work and provide a guarantee to patients who purchase our tattoo removal packages.
Tattoo Removal Centers of America
2825 N Halsted St. Chicago, IL 60657
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A lot of people wonder what their options are if they have less than perfect tattoos. Well, you can live with them, or you can chose to have a cover up, or laser removal. Which is best for you, and what worked for me? Stay tuned for my experience, and some major before and after photos of the process.
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best tattoo removal cream
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According to some blogs on the internet, these creams work well and are a true breakthrough in skin care. Here is a blog on the best tattoo removal creams from Livestrong. This and other posts talk about the benefits including saving money, not painful like lasers, simple 3 step process.
Simple. These tattoo removal creams, such as Wrecking Balm, Tat B Gone, and Fade-Away are not effective in removing the tattoo ink stored in the “dermis” or secondary layer of the skin. This is where tattoo ink is stored in the body. If the cream cannot target this area of the skin, then it simply cannot work! At best, the fading cream can reach epidermis layer (top layer) of the skin, causing some fading of the tattoo. Caution though, tattoo removal creams are known to burn, irritate the skin and cause scarring.
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Bare Tattoo & Hair Removal performs first laser tattoo removal treatment on an all black tattoo at our South Loop clinic. The white frosting is temporary and will go away in a couple hours. Tattoo fadinng will ovcur over the following 4-6 weeks. Find out more at BareRemoval.com. Video Rating: / 5
Cipher Pharmaceuticals CEO gives an update on Alec Falkenham’s BLTR (Bisphosphonate Liposomal Tattoo Removal) cream and the development time frame for its release.
Falkenham’s Bisphosphonate Lipsomal Tattoo Removal (BLTR) cream caused a media storm in 2015 when details of this potentially revolutionary tattoo removal cream were first revealed by Dalhousie University and Alec Falkenham. According to newspaper reports, Alec Falkenham developed this prototype cream while undertaking PhD research at Dalhousie University (Canada).
Alec Falkenhams BLTR tattoo removal cream is likely to be the first effective alternative to laser tattoo removal, which is still considered the gold standard in safe and effective removal of unwanted tattoos – if used properly.
While laser tattoo removal technology continues to develop quickly, Falkenhams BLTR removal cream generated huge interest because of its potential to be much cheaper, quicker and far less painful than laser tattoo removal – according to Falkenham.
In this video, Shawn O’Brien, the CEO of Cipher Pharmaceuticals – the company that purchased the rights to Alec Falkenhams BLTR cream earlier this year – points out that although the cream has shown positive and exciting results when tested on pigs ears, it still requires a lot more testing before it can be released for purchase by the general public. Potentially up to 10 years of testing, trials and approvals. Disappointing news for those of us looking to remove our unwanted tattoos quickly, but is there potential to get involved sooner? We really hope so! Video Rating: / 5
So this is my video blog for my entire day leading up to and after my tattoo removal. To skip to *just* the removal footage skip to 5:47 or click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzXt8xWqtbA&feature=youtu.be&t=347
Thank you to Mike at GoTattoo Removal for everything!
and Mellen for showing us all around and exploring with us!
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Natural Tattoo Removal. Discover how easily you can remove your tattoos at: ►►http://tinyurl.com/hqxfbvv◄◄
Natural vs laser removal
You probably already know that laser tattoo removal is currently the “hot thing” on TV and local billboards. Heck I probably wouldn’t of just done it myself if it wasn’t so expensive!
But Dorian really goes into the laser removal process in a way you never hear about at a consult. He shows both the good and the bad that comes with using high-powered, medical grade lasers to vaporize skin ink. Without copying the whole chapter I’ll say it really widened my eyes and made me rethink laser tattoo removal in a completely different way.
Now were getting to the nuts and bolts, the actual tattoo removal methods. There are several of them each with their own benefits and drawbacks. Most of the methods rely on activating the skin’s natural exfoliation process in order to drive subsurface ink up to the top. That’s a much cleaner process than laser and the price is several magnitudes cheaper as well.
Even a skeptic would be silly not to start with these methods, considered laser is something like 0-0 for a single session.
When you’re looking at laser-based methods, you’re paying for an initial consultation followed by a per session charge.
Clinics that are hungry for business might offer the initial consult for free, but usually you’re paying about 0 for the privilege. Basically the doctor or his assistant will look at your tattoo, tell you how easy or hard of a job it’ll be for the lasers depending on the size, complexity, and amount of ink pigments used. And based on that plan he will recommend a series of laser removal sessions.
In essence you’re being charged 0 or so for a sales presentation. But hey, when you get to call your clients “patients,” you have that luxury 🙂
So how about the cost per session? Depends on part of the country you’re from, but expect to pay about 0-0 per session. If you have a really easy removal job you may have as little as three treatments, but more likely you can expect to be going for five or more. It’s not uncommon for someone to continue treatments for two years for larger tattoos that cover the whole of the back or thigh area.
If you want it totally gone
Okay, let’s say you’ve made up your mind already and you don’t want the tattoo at all anymore.
Well you already know I’m an advocate of all-natural, laserless removal. Cheaper, safer, and more effective if you just follow the darn guide! (Here it is by the way: http://tinyurl.com/hqxfbvv)
The thing I love about home based removal methods is that they reinvigorate the skin as well. Laser takes away, but exfoliation methods add fresh new layers of skin using safe, skin healthy ingredients.
For example my aloe vera gel method not only removes the tattoo but softens the skin around it! Yes, it requires 3 to 4 daily applications, but when you’re talking just a few weeks removal time versus six months minimum for laser-based methods, the extra short-term effort is well worth it!
Do you have a tattoo? Do you want to remove it? Without paying thousands of dollars? Well then you must get The Laserless Tattoo Guide. That’s the bottom line. This is perhaps the best guide on the market for taking a tattoo off at home.
It also comes with a 60 day money back guarantee, so I suggest deciding whether to keep it or not 30 to 60 days after reading it. I’ve done this with other types of guides with guarantees and boy has it saved me from going down the wrong path, so take advantage.