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Tattoo Designs & Their Meanings | Learn With Custom Tattoo …04.22.19

Its common for people to share tattoo themes, the same way we share names. Whether theyre nautical themed tattoos or tribal ones, there are certain images many of us strongly relate to. Why is it that we gravitate toward the same themes? Well, for the most part, people are all built the same. We all love, hurt, laugh, and experience the same emotions, though we take different roads to get there. And while we share experiences, each one of us expresses their experience in an entirely unique way. Whatever the reason for your tattoo, its always great to learn more about the meanings behind the great symbols of our time and times past, so that you can be inspired to put a unique spin on your own design. Weve compiled a great resource for you to learn all about the meanings behind the worlds more popular tattoo designs.

In reading about these tattoo designs, you may have noticed that many of the categories revolve around ideas that are common to the masses- like faith, music, and nature. While some of the classic designs are based in cultural and religious traditions, many newer ones reflect modern interests, such as science, music, and minimalism. Its fascinating how tattoos continue to evolve and grow in popularity. Hopefully, reading about these designs has inspired you to find some that are meaningful or relevant to your personal interests and creative sensibilities.

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Custom Tattoo Work

Having trouble finding the design you are looking for? Speak with one of our artists about the tattoo you are dreaming of. Jersey City Tattoo Company’s artists are well versed in all styles of tattooing whether it is black & grey portraiture, script, tribal, traditional Japanese, contemporary western styles and especially classic traditional American tattooing. Appointments are not needed for consultations.

Not happy with a recent tattoo from another shop or just need an old one out of your life? Stop by Jersey City Tattoo Company and speak with one of our artists about a possible cover up or a little fixer-upper session.

Cosmetic tattooing is available at Jersey City Tattoo Company in a limited capacity. Jersey City Tattoo Company has experience with tattooing eyebrows, moles and freckles. Our artists have also helped clients disguise areas of hair loss and hide scars. Jersey City Tattoo Company is available for post operation reconstructive areola tattooing as well. Please feel free to call the shop for rates on cosmetic tattoos. Private appointments before business hours are available for some cosmetic tattoos.

Our piercerNikiis an OSHA certified body piercer with a background in the medical industry and over 15 years of experience. Niki completed a thorough and intensive piercing apprenticeship in the Hudson County area at the age of twenty and has been piercing in the area ever since.Niki specializes in microdermal implants and exotic body piercing and is available for all your piercing needs.All piercings include free starter jewelry and free downsizing (when applicable).

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Tattoo (1981 film) – Wikipedia04.21.19

Tattoo is a 1981 erotic thriller film directed by Bob Brooks and starring Bruce Dern and Maud Adams. It depicts the relationship between a fashion model and an eccentric tattoo artist that quickly turns sinister.

Tattoo artist Karl Kinsky (Dern) is approached to work with renowned photographer Halsey (Leonard Frey) on temporary tattoos for swimsuit models. Despite his misgivings, Kinsky agrees to participate after seeing photographs of one of the models, Maddy (Adams).

Maddy arrives late to the photoshoot, but the two quickly bond when she expresses admiration for Kinsky’s arm tattoos and recognizes their Japanese influence. After the shoot Kinsky jealously eavesdrops on Maddy and her flirtatious boyfriend, jazz musician Buddy (John Getz). Maddy complains of having had to “dope” herself to sleep because of Buddy’s odd hours. Maddy invites Kinsky to dinner where he awkwardly asserts his dominance towards the matre d, and then threatens to kill Maddy’s ex-boyfriend Albert (Sam Schacht) for using profanity and drunkenly flirting with Maddy. They quickly leave the restaurant and drive to Maddy’s apartment. She invites him in, but he declines saying he has to catch the last train home. Instead, he goes to a sex show and aggressively speaks to a peep show girl.

The next day Kinsky surprises Maddy in Central Park with flowers. After confronting her over her use of sleeping pills, he invites her to dine with him at his apartment. She admires his tattoo equipment and artwork. Kinsky explains his theory that women who get tattoos, which he calls “the mark”, do so out of a desire to belong. The two go upstairs to dine, and listen to Buddy’s music. Kinsky tells Maddy she deserves better than Buddy, citing his handsiness. Maddy calls him “old-fashioned” but begins to makes a pass at him. Kinsky turns her down, citing a need for commitment. Maddy tells him, “people don’t make commitments when they fuck anymore” and Kinsky snaps at her over her use of profanity. He kicks her out but follows her to the street, insisting that they see each other again. She agrees to meet him at a Japanese art exhibition at the Met before speeding off in a taxi. The same night, Kinsky repeatedly telephones and berates Maddy from a telephone booth. When she asks him to stop, he returns to his apartment and intently watches her modeling tape.

On the day of the exhibition, Maddy sends her friend Sandra (Rikke Borge) to tell him Maddy is out of town, and to ask him to return her modeling tapes. He visits Maddy’s apartment, where he is told the same thing by Buddy. He leaves an ominous message on her answering machine, before returning to his family’s home to show it to prospective buyers, only to announce that it is not for sale.

Back in Maddy’s apartment, she kicks Buddy and his jazz band out for keeping her awake. As she is cleaning up, the doorbell rings. When she answers the door, Kinsky incapacitates her with a chloroform soaked rag. The next morning she awakens and discovers her chest, shoulders and back have been tattooed with floral patterns. She screams at Kinsky and smashes a mirror once she realizes she’s become a hostage. Once Kinsky tells her he’s not finished tattooing her, she faints. The next day, the tattoos have been partially colored in. Maddy makes a failed escape attempt, after which Kinsky has her call Buddy at knifepoint to tell him she will not be coming home. Recognizing Kinsky’s increasing violence, Maddy agrees to “wear the mark” in exchange for her safety.

Nearly finished with the tattoo, Kinsky stops and has Maddy masturbate while he watches from another room, much like the peep show he visited earlier. Kinsky orgasms just as she begins weeping. Maddy berates him for not “being a man” and having sexual intercourse with her instead. She finds a shard of glass from the mirror and plans to kill Kinsky with it, but is discovered. She seemingly resigns herself to her fate as Kinsky continues to expand the tattoos over her entire body.

Maddy is shocked when Kinsky finally announces, “It’s all finished.” He disrobes them both and begins to rape her. Maddy is able to grasp the tattoo gun and plunges it into Kinsky’s back. As Kinsky dies, Maddy sits up, his limp body draped across her lap. She strokes his hair as she stares off into the distance.

The film was written by Joyce Buuel, the daughter-in-law of surrealist artist Luis Buuel, based on a story by director Bob Brooks. It was featured in an April 13, 1980 New York Times article spotlighting films being shot on-location in New York City; the article mistakenly identified Rikke Borge as Dern’s love interest.[2]

The tattoo designs seen in the film are credited to Isadore Selzter, a prolific illustrator and graphic designer known for drawing many Sesame Street Magazine covers.

The film had a contentious post-production and pre-release phase. Producer Joseph E. Levine made edits without informing director Bob Brooks, who wrote an angry letter to Levine accusing him of prioritizing the opinions of “assholes in Los Angeles.”[3] Feminist group Women Against Pornography protested the film for allegedly equating violence with love.[4] They defaced the advertisements in the subway, which reportedly delighted Levine, who considered it free publicity.[3] Tellingly, although the release date was announced as November or December 1980 in the NYT article, the film was delayed nearly a year until October 9, 1981.

The songs “What’s Your Name” and “Shot in the Dark” were written by Barry DeVorzon and Michael Towers, and sung by Euca Burrows. Other instrumental music is heard in the film but an official soundtrack was not released.

Bruce Dern earned a Razzie nomination for Worst Actor for Dern,[5] who lost to Klinton Spilsbury for his performance in The Legend of the Lone Ranger.

Film critic Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times awarded the film two out of four stars. He wrote that he enjoyed the film’s first two acts, and singled out Dern’s performance as “very good,” but thought the film faltered in the triteness of its climax. He wrote,”‘Tattoo’ could have been an effective and disturbing movie… [It] opens so promisingly that its crucial scenes are doubly disappointing. Because the film’s first hour makes it clear that Tattoo is not intended as just another creepy horror film, the failure of the conclusion is all the more disappointing.”[6] New York Times film critic Janet Maslin gave the film a similar review. She praised the two leads, along with Borge and Frey, but wrote that while the film “begins with a bit of style… [it] doesn’t take long… to turn predictable and slow.”[7]

The film’s depiction of stalking has been compared to the much more successful films Taxi Driver and Maniac.[8]

In Episode 4 of Series 2 of the BBC sitcom The Royle Family, the film is discussed extensively. The character Denise calls it “absolutely brilliant,” and explains the plot to Barbara and Cheryl, who are both fascinated and horrified. Meanwhile in the living room Dave is explaining the film to Jim, who questions why the protagonist would want to cover up his victim’s breasts rather than look at them. Upon learning that the title of the film is Tattoo, Jim references the Fantasy Island character Tattoo and his catchphrase[9]

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If that hurts your feelings, sorry about that! Not acceptable in any business! He just lost another customer! Pamela Anderson got hepatitis, probably from her tats, not from sex!

If you don’t think you’ll get an allergic reactions to the ink, the FDA have gotten reports from people who have, and I have read it several times on YA TATTOOS.

Some tattoo colors are harder to remove than others. Laser treatments can turn some tattoos darker instead of lighter, or change them to a different color. The same goes for “permanent makeup,” which is a kind of tattoo. It depends on what ingredients went into the tattoo ink to produce the color.

But it can be hard to find out what’s in tattoo inks because they usually don’t have ingredients listed on the label. Very often, even the tattooist doesn’t know what’s in the tattoo ink because the company that made it considers the formula “proprietary” (pro-pry-uh-tar-ee). That means it’s a trade secret.

Here are some more facts about tattoos: FDA has not approved any color additives for injection into your skin. People who get a tattoo should not give blood for a year afterward because of the chance of infection. Although it happens only very rarely, some people may have an allergic reaction to the dyes used for tattooing. Imagine being allergic to something that’s been injected into your skin. Or, the tattooist may make a mistake. Who wants to wear someone else’s mistake forever?

Speaking of forever, how often do you change your mind about your hair, your earrings, or the clothes you like to wear? It’s not so easy when you change your mind about a tattoo.

Although many “temporary tattoos” are legal, some — especially some of those imported from other countries — are illegal in the United States because they use color additives that are not approved for use on the skin. FDA has had reports of people having allergic reactions to temporary tattoos.

What about henna temporary tattoos? Henna is a brown to reddish brown dye made from a plant. It is approved only for use on the hair, not the skin. If it is black, or any other color besides brown or reddish brown, it contains other ingredients. It also may contain other ingredients to make the stain darker, make the skin absorb the color more easily, or make the stain last longer.

Could these ingredients hurt you? It depends. Individuals are different and may be sensitive to different things. If you don’t know what the ingredients are, it’s impossible to tell what they might do if you put them on your skin.

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Laser Tattoo Removal – The #1 Med Spa in Los Angeles04.21.19

When you decide to remove your tattoo, laser tattoo removal works to break up pigment for permanent removal of the ink.During your tattoo session, your artist slowly inputs pigment one bit at a time. With laser treatments the process is essentially reversed as laser energy works to slowly break up and release the pigment from the skin.With each treatment your tattoo will slowly fade away. After a course of treatments, your tattoo will be virtually unnoticeable, without harm to your skin.

Our Alma Harmony Q-Switch laser produces short pulses of powerful sound waves that pass, without harm, through the upper layers of the skin to target and break up the unwanted tattoo pigment.This energy from the Q-Switch laser shatters the tattoo pigment into small nano (thousands of tiny molecules) sized particles that are then removed gradually by the bodys regular metabolism and lymphatic drainage system.Over the course of your treatment series, your tattoo will gradually fade away. The laser tattoo removal process is non-surgical and non-invasive treatment and can be performed with virtually no downtime.

Your next treatment should be no sooner than 8 to 12 weeks.When you schedule an appointment with us, the laser immediately works its magic to break up the pigment. Thereafter your body is responsible for eliminating the ink. It does this as a natural process of metabolization and blood flow, but it needs 8 to 12 weeks to fully resolve targeted ink molecules.Each laser sessions breaks up only a certain amount of the tattoo, so you will need to return for successive treatments until the tattoo fully resolves.

Generally, anyone with an unwanted tattoo can be treated, with the following exceptions:Pregnant or nursing women.Those with an active infection at or near the desired treatment area.Those with heart problems, cancer, history of seizures and immune system disorders.Those with implanted medical devices.Those with a history of Keloid Scarring as tattoo removal may cause keloid scarring.Other factors will need to be considered once you have come in for a free consultation with one of our medical professionals.

Any skin tone can be treated.

Any area of the body can be treated.

With all tattoo removal treatments, we suggest a minimum of 6 sessions at least, spaced 8 to 12 weeks apart. While many may see sensational results after just a few treatments, there are cases/types of tattoos where one may require more treatments to fully resolve.Our technology, the Alma Harmony Q-Switch tattoo removal laser targets pigment, so the particular color and type of ink to be removed largely determines how relatively easy or challenging the tattoo removal process may be for your unique tattoo.How many treatments you will need vary on a couple factors of the tattoo you want treated: -The color of the ink -Your skin tone -Any scarring that may be present -The amount of ink that was used.

The easiest tattoo colors removed are black, dark blue, gray and green. Colors such as light blue, aqua, pink, brown, orange and yellow may never completely fade away.Each individual pigment is comprised of a different kind of metal that will react differently under laser tattoo removal, so better quality tattoos will present less challenges to remove.

The Alma Harmony Q-Switch laser Tattoo Removal system targets pigment, and while it can bypass your natural skin tone, those with deeper skin tones may require more treatments.

Those with medium to fair skin tones are best candidates.Tattoos with dark, shallow laid ink are easiest to treat.Areas closest to your heart resolve and heal the fastest.Each individual pigment is comprised of a different kind of metal and will react differently to the laser.Professional tattoo inks that do not have titanium dioxide or iron oxide are easier to treat.Tattoos performed by amateur sources are the hardest to resolve.Typically, the older the tattoo, the more sessions it could take to resolve.Those with immune system deficiencies heal the slowest, so more treatments will almost absolutely be needed.Those who smoke will also need more treatments to rid of the tattoo.White ink cannot be treated.Yellow ink may never fully resolve.Women who are pregnant or breast-feeding will not be treated for tattoo removal.The easiest colors to remove thoroughly are black, dark blue, gray and green. Colors such as light blue, purple, aqua, pink, brown, orange and yellow may never fully fade away.

While we ensure the utmost safety, there are always risks with any cosmetic or corrective procedure received. For laser tattoo removal the severe risks include infection at the removal site, incomplete pigment removal, darkening of the skin in the treated area, whitening of the skin in the treated area and even scarring.Those with a history of keloid scars may develop a keloid post treatment. While we do offer treatment to resolve any keloids that may arise, these cannot be treated until tattoo removal sessions are fully satisfied.

You should also know there are cases where the tattoo removal requires multiple sessions, often as much as 20 or 30 treatments. And in some cases, the tattoo remnants may still be visible after repeated treatments. In some cases, a scar may be left behind tattoo removal treatments-this can be treated with alternate laser treatments when tattoo removal sessions are satisfied.Those with deeper skin tones make the process more challenging. Unfortunately sometimes hypo pigmentation (loss of skin pigment) can occur. Although this doesnt happen with most clients, it is possible.In cases where the skin tone is deeper, we are always very careful to proceed safely with each treatments in order to keep the risk of hypo-pigmentation to a minimum.

We use a medical grade numbing cream for all tattoo removal treatments, and can sometimes offer injection of numbing agent for certain small tattoos, which makes the treatment generally painless. When the treatment is initiated, you may feel a sensation similar to tapping or a rubber band snapping. The process is fast and simple and once treatment is done, there is no more pain.Our nurses have been trained to be diligent in the process of tattoo removal to ensure the best coverage for the ultimate best results.

When you walk out of our clinic after a tattoo removal treatment, the area is bandaged and completely covered. You are advised NOT to swim, sauna, sunbathe or go in the ocean post treatment.This is because when you receive a treatment, the area of the tattoo that has been targeted will immediately appear slightly puffed up; this happens when the pigment is targeted and the resulting heat is in the process of being eliminated from the body.This slight raised area should resolve within a few minutes to a few hours post treatment. In some cases this could last up to a few days. In some cases, you may see redness, swelling, blistering, peeling or flaking. You may also see a scab form. Surrounding skin is unaffected.It usually takes about 3 to 6 weeks between treatments for the body to absorb the shattered pigment fragments. Then, once the area has completely healed weeks, you are ready to continue your treatments. We generally suggest treatment no sooner than 12 weeks.

We ask that you refrain from hot tubs, swimming pools, dips in the ocean or water sports until the skins surface has completed healed and sealed up again-meaning there should be no openings in the area targeted.We will ask that you continue to keep the treated area moisturized, ideally with Aquaphor. Do not pick peel or scratch the treatment area. Let the area heal on its own.Cover the treated area with a thick bandage if you are planning on being in the sun.

If you are considering just slightly removing or reducing your tattoo for whatever reason, we can help with that too! In these cases we would suggest a base of 3 to 6 treatments to yield your desired stop point.

Any scarring that is present in the area to be treated for tattoo removal by the Alma Harmony Q-Switch laser will remain after the tattoo has been removed. In the majority of cases, this scarring may have been caused by the application of the ink when the tattoo was originally applied.If you have a tattoos over pre-existing scars, the scar might lessen the results of the tattoo removal process, as scars tend to exhibit a different type of pigment than surrounding healthy tissue. But, it is important to note that tattoo removal is not the same as scar removal, and will have no effect at all toward that end.

We can remove tattoos from any part of the body, but the process is a little faster when the tattoos are located closer to your bodys center (heart and torso). The fragmented pigment is removed by the bloodstream, and therefore this process happens faster where you have the best circulation.So, those areas nearest your heart, such as the chest, abs, and back will see faster results with fewer treatments. The various extremities such as hands, arms, feet and legs, tend to require more treatments because those areas have less circulation.

In this case, It is very helpful to come in and have a FREE consultation regarding your laser tattoo removal. Very dark ink, or ink that has been layered and/or retouched can be very difficult to remove completely.The best case scenario for for removal of tattoos with the Alma harmony Q-Switched laser are: tattoos where there is already significant fading of the ink, or tattoos that are smaller and have a minimum number of colors.

How much physical exercise you get, if you are a smoker, your medical history and rate of metabolism are all factors that can determine how quickly tattoos may be removed.Come in for a FREE consultation and let one of our highly trained medical professionals give you an evaluation today.

Call to schedule your appointment. We book your appointment based on the approximate size of your tattoo removal. All new clients are given a complimentary consultation as well as a (no charge) medical evaluation with a doctor or nurse practitioner (you will need to allow extra time at your first visit for this).We are open 7 days a week. Once you schedule your appointment we will ask that you come in to pick up (complimentary) numbing cream so that you arrive to your treatment ready to be treated.Numbing cream should be applied 30 minutes prior to treatment. The area should be covered to allow the cream to fully absorb into the skin. THATS IT!Call now to schedule a completely FREE, no obligation consultation with one of our highly trained registered nurses.We can assess your needs and help get you started on your journey. What have you got to lose, except that embarrassing tattoo you no longer want?

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Tattoo Removal – Alma Lasers04.21.19

How to remove a tattoo successfully with medical lasersTrying to figure out how to remove a tattoo? Unwanted dark and multi-colored tattoos can be safely and effectively eliminated with Almas variety of tattoo removal treatments. These are clinically proven laser treatments which use a various laser wavelengths that target different ink colors. High-intensity light beams create a photo acoustic shock wave that breaks up the ink particles in the tattoo. The result after a number of sessions reveals clear, ink-free skin with minimal risk of scarring or hypopigmentation.Successful multi-color tattoo removal requires a high powered laser that can deliver enough energy within the absorption spectrum of a wide range of colors. The high power Q-Switched Nd:YAG 1064nm laser is ideal for treating darker ink colors (black, blue and green), while the 532nm wavelength is effective for brighter ink colors (red, orange and yellow). The treatment mechanically breaks down ink particles without causing thermal damage. In time, the bodys lymphatic system disposes of the ink fragments. This natural healing process causes the tattoo to fade with minimal risk of scarring or discoloration.

Courtesy of Alma Lasers clinical departmentAfter 5 treatments with Alma Q , Q-switched Nd:YAG

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Dr. Shahriar Nazaris, Turkey.Tatto removal after 3 sessions.

Courtesy of Alma lasers Clinical department.After 7 sessions, ALMA-Q Focus HP, Spot size 4-6mm

Courtesy of Alma lasers Clinical department.After 4 sessions, ALMA-Q Focus HP, Spot size 3-7mm

Courtesy of Alma lasers Clinical department.After 5 sessions, ALMA-Q Focus HP, Spot size 3-7mm

Courtesy of Alma lasers Clinical department.After 3 sessions, ALMA-Q Focus HP/HomoGenius HP,Spot size 4mm/5X5mm

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Watch this video courtesy of @Clinico3 showing tattoo removal treatment using Almas ClearLift laser. This procedure is not painless and local anesthesia is used in some cases. Also, it is important to protect the treated area afterwards from the sun.

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PicoSure Laser Tattoo Removal | Mansfield – Arlington …04.21.19

Serving clients near Mansfield, Arlington, Fort Worth & Dallas, TexasWhat is PicoSure Tattoo Removal?

PicoSureby Cynosure is the most advanced laser technology for fast, safe, and effective removal of tattoos of all colors. At Mansfield Cosmetic Surgery Center, we use theFDA-cleared PicoSure device for clients living near Mansfield, Arlington, Grand Prairie, Waxahachie, Fort Worth, and PicoSure Tattoo Removal living near Dallas. Today, it is faster, easier, and more popular than ever to have tattoo removal. At Mansfield Cosmetic Surgery Center we are the only practice providing PicoSure laser tattoo removal in Mansfield and Arlington.

Do you need a MillennialMakeover? Tattoo regret is experienced by millennials and olderage groups due to changes in employment, desire for military enrollment, changes in relationship status, oroverall personal growth. According to statistics, the typical American tattoo patient is single, female, 24-39 years old, and college educated and of those, 40% cited employment concerns as the reason for tattoo removal. Most millennials desire tattoo removal. Therefore, if you have unwanted tattoos and would like to have them removed then PicoSure laser tattoo removal can help you achieve your goals! Compared to other laser tattoo devices over the past several years, PicoSure provides safer and more effective technology to remove tattoos faster and with ease.

The PicoSure laser not only removes tattoos but our Medical SpaAestheticians use it for skin rejuvenation using special lenses designed specifically to refract the energy pulses, called PicoSure Focus. Using the same picosecond technology, the PicoSure Focus Skin treatment can treat resistant melasma, hyperpigmentation, and sun damage in dark-skinned patients and Asian patients without skin complications. Furthermore, there is very little downtime following the PicoSure Focus Skin treatment. For more information, contact our office to speak with one of our Medical Aestheticians.

How PicoSure differs from other Q-switched laser tattoo removal devices is based on the technology of the picosecond. Using patented picosecond technology, the PicoSure laser delivers an ultra-short burst of energy directly to the tattoo pigment in a trillionth of a second. The ultra-short pulse of energy that is directed to the pigmentis so fast and quick, it vibrates and shatters the target ink into extremely small particles that are easily and naturally eliminated by the body. The PicoSuretechnology is so amazingly fast,that is utilizes photomechanical pressure waves instead of photothermal heat waves, thus reducing side effects and impartingless heat injury to the surrounding skin. Other advantages of the PicoSure laser for tattoo removal include fewer treatments than traditional Q-switched lasers and improved removal of all colors.

The number of PicoSure laser treatments needed for tattoo removal is dependent on ink type, size of the tattoo, and age of tattoo. While other Q-switched lasers can require up to 15 or more treatments, PicoSure can produce faster results with significantly less treatment sessions. With PicoSure, the average amount of treatment sessions are between 3 to5. During your consultation, our practitioner will evaluate your tattoo and recommend a realistic treatment regime to help you achieve the best and realistic results.

Typically, you will wait4-6 weeks between treatment sessions, as this time interval allowsthe body to absorb tattoo ink particles and allows the surrounding skin to completely heal. Current studies indicate that there needs to be appropriate waiting periods between tattoo removal sessions to allow enough ink particles to be self eliminated by the body. This will also be discussed during your consultation as results will vary between all clients.

Yes and Yes. The PicoSure laser is precise enough to partially remove specific areas of your tattoo, thus allowing some clients to repair or fix preexisting tattoos without complete removal. In addition, our office providesboth the 755 nm and the 532 nm laser hand pieces, thus we are capable of removing mostall tattoo colors in the light spectrum black, blue, green, red, orange, yellow.

This procedure is slightly more uncomfortable than getting your original tattoo; however, the treatment session is very fast. In fact, many treatments may take less than a minute. Your practitionerwill work with you on the best pain management option based on your individual situation. Our office usestopical numbing medicine and Zimmer Chiller ultra-cool air blower.

Blisters and scabs are a normal response to tattoo removal but scarring is extremely rare given the precise technology of the PicoSure technology. Remember, the PicoSure laserwas specifically designed to remove tattoos and is far superior than other Q-switched tattoo lasers on the market. Our office will provide detailed post tattoo removal instructions following your session.

The cost of laser tattoo removal depends on several factors, including the size of tattoo and the number of treatments required for removal. After your consultation, the practitioner will provide you an estimated price quote for the treatment series. Because the PicoSure laser technology is faster, better, and different than other Q-switched lasers, the cost per session is a slightlyhigher in comparison. However, in the end you will pay less because you will undergo fewertreatment sessions.

In addition, full sleeve and half arm sleeves, full back tattoos, and other much larger sized tattoos will have to be individually quoted in an package.

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DSPS Tattooing and Body Piercer04.21.19

License Information

Per Wis. Admin. Code SPS 221.04, all tattooing and body piercing activities must occur in a licensed establishment. In addition, all tattooists and body piercers must also hold a practitioner’s license.

Temporary Body Art Establishments – please viewTattooing and Body Piercing at Festivals and Other Events for important information.

What Counts as Tattooing or Body Piercing?

A Licenseis required for a person whoapplies a tattoo to another person, and/or aperson whoperforms body piercing.

Eachlicense issued by the Department expires June 30th of each year.

If a license is granted after April 1 of a license year, that license will extend to June 30 of the following year.

Fee Reduction

Pursuant to 2017 Wisconsin Act 319, beginning August 1, 2018, an applicant for an initial credential may apply for a reduction of the initial credential fee that is equal to 10% of the initial fee. Qualification is based on the federal adjusted gross income being at or below 180% of the federal poverty guideline prescribed for the applicant’s family household size by the United States Department of Health and Human Services. To determine eligibility please visit the United States Department of Health and Human Services website at https://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty-guidelines, prior to submitting Form 3217.

Variance Request

If you are requesting a variance, please complete this form, Body Art Variance Petition Application (Form # 1000-IS),and return it to either your local Health Department or DSPS as applicable.

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Will A Healing Tattoo Leak Fluid? – LiveAbout04.19.19

Congratulations, you just got your first tattoo. And, while you took care choosing what image or words will start you on your inked journey, your artist also took care to cover up your new tattoo. He or she did this for a very good reasonto keep air-born bacteria from invading your wound.

Yes, your new tattoo is awesome, but it’s also still a wound. Open flesh is a breeding ground for bacteriaand infection, and that means you need to leave the bandage on for aminimum of two hours.

And, while we’re sure you’re excited to show off your new body art, your friends and family will just have to wait awhile. Your health and the health of your inked art is far more important.

The only exception to this hard-core rule is if your artist covered your tattoo with saran wrap or some kind of plastic. Hopefully, this was not the case because this can extremely detrimental to a tattoo. You’re better off not having any covering as opposed to suffocating your new tattoo with plastic wrap. If your tattoo artist did indeed cover your tattoo, it should be removed immediately.

You finally made the leap to get yourfirsttattoo and it’s leaking clear pus. This is your worst night nightmare.If this happens, don’t panic.

If it’s leaking a clear fluid, it’s not pus, and it’s not an infection. Sometimes a tattoo will leak plasmathe somewhatclear fluid in your blood. Thiswill usually happen if you had a particularly long session and if you had your body inked fairly recently.

This is simply a signal that your body went beyond its normal threshold and that you need to take it easy for a couple of days. In otherwords, this is your body’s way of telling you that it needs time to healitself. Think about it. You’ve applied a sharp metal vibrating object to your body and permanently added ink to your system.

Your body simply has to adjust to the change.

However, if it’s been a couple of days and you’re leaking, that is more likely a signal that you’re using way too much ointment on your tattoo. Certain ointments tend to cause more leakage in some people than others. Again, don’t panic. Just ease up on whatever ointment you’re using. You should only be adding a tiny amount of ointment, barely enough to give your tattoo a bit of a shine. This is a situation where “less is more.” A good way to test the strength of application is to see if your skin feels wet after an application. If it does, you’re using way too much ointment.

If decreasing the amount doesn’t help, then you needto stop the ointment altogether and switch to another product or just keep your tattoo clean and forget the ointment for a few days and then switch to a lotion. As you can see, you have a lot of options.

It doesn’t happen often, but any time needles are involved, there’s always the risk of infection. If your tattoo is hot to the touch, very red, and/or oozing something thick that is yellow or green, or you notice a foul odor, these are signs of infection. If that’s the case do not, and we are underscoring “do not,” try to treat this athome on your own.

You should see a doctor immediately, whether you visit yourGP, an emergency room, or your nearest urgent care walk-in facility.

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