Do you ever wonder which celebrities will eventually regret their body art? We do. Angeline Jolie alone has well over a dozen – does she still like the ones she got in her 20s? What about Rihanna? She’s only 24 and we all know what kind of regrettable decisions we can make at that age, tattoo choices included. But ink-regret isn’t only a celebrity concern, and now the option to erase what you hate is easier than ever – with a treatment that offers much more effective tattoo removal.
According to the Journal of American Academy of Dermatology, one quarter of Americans between the age of 18 and 50 have body art — but that doesn’t mean they like it. Recent Patient’s Guide statistics show that laser tattoo removal procedures climbed 32 percent from 2011 to 2012. That’s a lot of tattoo remorse. So what’s an inked individual to do? Turn to lasers, the best option for removing the names, images and strange designs you can no longer live with.
As sexy and mysterious as tattoos can be, and as fabulous as some people look with creative body art, so many of us end up wishing we’d never set foot in a tattoo parlour. If that sound like you, lasers are your new best friend. They use extremely intense pulses of light to break down the ink in your tattoo into tiny particles. Once the ink is broken down, the particles get absorbed into the body through the lymphatic system (the body’s natural filtering system), and the tattoo fades away leaving you with the clear skin you’ve been coveting.
RevLite makes removing your now-hated tattoo even easier than before. Used by aesthetic practices from around the world, RevLite is safe for treatments on all skin types and colors. The process can remove tattoos without harming the surrounding skin and most importantly, it’s the most advanced laser available for tattoo reversal. Why? It all comes down to how quickly and efficiently a laser can target your tattoo. Let’s just say RevLite has that process down to a fine art.
What makes it so great? RevLite features a unique technology that sets it apart from standard lasers on the market. Most aesthetic lasers use longer pulses to target the ink, which means the skin is subjected to heat from the laser for longer, which can sometimes damage skin. The RevLite’s EO Q-switched engineering produces very rapid, short pulses, limiting the healthy tissue’s exposure to potentially harmful heat, offering a more highly targeted approach to the process — and offering a safe, fast and effective way to kiss your tattoo goodbye for good.
A bad haircut grows out eventually. A poor style choice can be relegated to the back of the closet. A regrettable tattoo? That’s a whole lot harder deal with. At least it was until RevLite made the path to ink-free skin a lot easier and more efficient.