Why Do You Need To Use Multiple Lasers?

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To remove a tattoo completely, we need to target the ink with several different wavelengths of light over the course of your treatments. This is why it is so important to choose a laser tattoo removal clinic with these capabilities and why using the most advanced (i.e. newest) laser technology … Read More

How Quick Is A Tattoo Removal Treatment?

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When you got your tattoo in the first place, you were in the chair for HOURS… Does it take just as long each time you come in for a laser tattoo removal treatment? This is a very common question and the answer is not even close! With the latest laser … Read More

Does Laser Tattoo Removal Hurt?

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Does laser tattoo removal hurt? This is probably the number one question we get at the clinic every single day! And here is the answer: not really (not the way we do it). Is the procedure a little bit uncomfortable for some people? Occasionally. Most of our clients say the … Read More

Can You Remove Blue and Green Inks?

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A common misconception about laser tattoo removal is that blue and green inks are impossible to remove or at least very difficult to remove. While this is true for most laser tattoo removal clinics (who do not have the proper wavelengths to target these colors), it is not the case … Read More

What Makes A Regrettable Tattoo?

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Tattoos are increasing in popularity and they are often beautiful works of art. However, tattoos don’t always come out as expected. Below are several common factors that can contribute to regrettable tattoos. Alcohol Most tattoo shops require their patrons to sign a release form before they get a tattoo. It … Read More

Why Does My Tattoo Look More Vibrant?

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After your first laser tattoo removal treatments, some tattoos can appear more vibrant. Don’t be alarmed! It does not mean that your tattoo is getting darker, and is a very normal part of the removal process. Counterintuitively, your tattoo is still fading even if it looks more vibrant. In fact, it means … Read More

Are Your Lasers Superior To Dye-Handpiece Lasers?

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Why Our Lasers Are Superior To Dye-Handpiece Lasers

Unless you’ve thoroughly researched laser tattoo removal, you probably won’t know that lasers handle different ink colors differently. Lasers emit light at certain wavelengths, and specific wavelengths break up some colors of ink much more effectively than others. At Eraser Clinic we are proud to be the only clinic to offer three powerful … Read More

Why You Should Avoid the R20 Method

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Occasionally a client will ask us whether we are able to perform the so-called “R20 Method” of tattoo removal on their unwanted tattoos. While some clinics are willing to do this, there is a simple reason we don’t offer it to our clients – it’s just too dangerous. Many R20 Method treatments result in … Read More

Inferior Tattoo Removal Treatments Flooding the Market

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Inferior Tattoo Removals Flooding the Market

There is only one way to completely remove a tattoo without a trace: using very specialized lasers. Despite this, inferior tattoo removal methods are everywhere these days, many can even be purchased on Amazon. If you’re thinking about any form of do-it-yourself tattoo removal, or thinking about having a tattoo removed with … Read More

The Importance Of Good Circulation

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Good blood circulation is an important part of the fading process, and (all else being equal) tattoos located farther from the heart tend to fade more slowly because there is less blood being circulated to the area. Our clients often ask us what they can do during the six weeks … Read More

Can I Exercise After My Treatment?

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Exercise after laser tattoo removal

Exercising immediately BEFORE your laser tattoo removal treatment is no problem. Sweating is also no problem — and is something we can’t avoid in Texas — but we are looking to avoid things that will induce or increase swelling after your treatment. For smaller tattoos located on the torso, take … Read More

Can I Swim After My Treatment?

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Can you swim immediately after a laser tattoo removal treatment? Good question. Ideally you should avoid immersing the treated area in hot or potentially dirty water for at least a couple of days after your treatment (or until any redness or blisters have healed). This includes baths, hot tubs, pools, … Read More

Tattooing Over A Removed Tattoo

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Can you put a new tattoo on the same area of skin after laser tattoo removal? The short answer to this question is YES, and many of our clients do this. We are able to completely remove an entire tattoo (full removal), completely remove a section of a tattoo (selective … Read More

The Truth About Tattoo Removal Creams

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A cleverly advertised tattoo removal cream may seem like a quick and easy way to remove your unwanted tattoo. But unfortunately, they simply do not work 🙁 Many tattoo removal creams contain bleaching ingredients and/or harsh acids that claim to pull out that unwanted ink. However the reality is that … Read More

Why Ink Color Matters for Laser Tattoo Removal

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It is one of the most common questions relating to removing unwanted tattoos. Clients always want to know how their varying ink colors are treated during the removal process. Why does it feel different when black is being treated versus red ink? It is all actually very simply and involves … Read More

How Long To Wait Between Laser Tattoo Removal Treatments

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The appropriate time between laser tattoo removal treatments vary based on the individual being treated. The typical wait time can fall anywhere between 4 and 8 weeks. This time frame is set to ensure the best results are achieved. The laser treatment itself breaks up the ink particles beneath the … Read More

Houston Tattoo Removal Now Available At Eraser Clinic

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We are very pleased to announce that Eraser Clinic Laser Tattoo Removal is now open in Houston, TX! Conveniently located in the West U neighborhood, near the intersection of Bissonnet Street and Buffalo Speedway. Our address is 3400 Bissonnet Street #295, Houston, TX 77005. Our hours are Monday to Friday … Read More

How Soon Can You Treat A Brand New Tattoo?

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Every week here are Eraser Clinic we have several consultations with people whose tattoos are just a few days old (yes, you read that correctly). Their question to us: How soon can I begin treatments to remove this tattoo?! The intention for just about every tattoo is that it will … Read More

Misconceptions About Laser Tattoo Removal

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A tattoo — something that was once thought to be a permanent mark on the body — can now be removed with the help of a specialized laser. We now have the ability to remove unwanted tattoos and leave people with a clean slate. There have been numerous methods used … Read More

Celebrities Have Ink They Regret Too

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Just like everyone else, celebrities have tattoos that they regret, and tattoo removal has become a hot trend in Hollywood recently. Celebrities don’t have to keep unwanted tattoos on their bodies, and neither do you! At Eraser Clinic Laser Tattoo Removal we have state-of-the-art tattoo removal lasers that safely and … Read More

What’s The Deal With R20 Tattoo Removal?

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Some laser tattoo removal clinics promote a method of tattoo removal called “R20”. At Eraser Clinic, we do not offer this treatment protocol, and for some very good reasons. The R20 method for tattoo removal is a rather unresearched tattoo removal method that claims to remove tattoos faster than standard … Read More

Tips For Hiding A Tattoo

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Do you have a tattoo that you are trying to hide? If so, then you’ve probably already discovered that pants, turtlenecks/high collars, and long sleeves are your best friend. However there are some other options that work well at covering up your unwanted tattoo when you’re on your way to … Read More

How Smoking & Drinking Affect Tattoo Removal

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Clients often ask what they can do to help speed up the process of tattoo removal, and what we tell them usually comes as a surprise: living a healthy lifestyle will help your tattoo fade faster. A key element of laser tattoo removal is your immune response during the 6 … Read More

Can You Be Allergic To Tattoo Ink?

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Peanuts, bee stings, cat hair … tattoo ink? Believe it or not, a small proportion of people actually suffer from an allergic reaction to the ink used in tattoos. While such allergies are quite rare, there is a possibility of serious health consequences. The reaction can be seen immediately in … Read More

The Most Uncomfortable Areas To Have Tattoos

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If you are considering getting a tattoo, remember to think about the pain that will be involved with the process. Most people who have tattoos have been asked the question, “does it hurt?” And have answered with a resounding yes! With this being said, there are definitely areas of the … Read More

The Risks of Permanent Make-Up

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Permanent make-up or cosmetic tattooing allows people to wake up each morning virtually ready for the day, with no need to worry about the fuss of daily makeup application. This type of tattooing dates back to the 1980s and was originally used to address a condition known as alopecia, which … Read More