If you’ve been visiting our Tat 2 Undo website for a while, then you know we focus
on doing one thing and doing it well—removing unwanted tattoos, those “It was so
cool at the time, but now I regret it” tattoos that bring clients through our Ft. Collins
Clients come to us with questions too. For example, does it matter what colors were
used to create this piece of art-turned-major regret? Is after care really that
important in the healing process once my tattoo is removed? Is laser removal the
best way to remove a tattoo?
In other words, does tattoo removal really work?
The answer to these questions is “yes” if you know what factors determine the
safest, most effective results. They include a client’s overall health, colors used when
inking the tattoo, attention paid to after care in the healing process, and whether Tat
2 Undo’s state-of-the-art laser is used in tattoo removal.
Good Health is Important
No, you don’t have to be a health nut like many Ft. Collins fitness buffs, but you do
want to be in good health when you come to Tat 2 Undo. If you are feeling under the
weather, it is best to wait until you feel your best, and stay feeling your best until
your tattoo is totally removed, which can take up to several visits.
Although darker colors (and some lighter colors) have been most difficult to remove
in the past, Tat 2 Undo’s Q-switched laser technology is able to remove all colors
effectively, and permanently. Every tattoo is different, so again, it may take several
visits, although some of our clients see immediate results.
After Care Makes a Difference in Healing
All of our Tat 2 Undo clients receive after-care instructions that need to be followed
to ensure a successful and speedy recovery following laser tattoo removal. Once the
site has healed properly due to your diligent follow-up care, you are then free to get
the tattoo you really want—or not.