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7/14/09 11:15 PM
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Hey guys. Are there any reputable laser tattoo removal shops in the Tampa Bay, FL area? Any ideas or places that you've been to would be awesome.
7/19/09 2:19 PM
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7/23/09 9:42 PM
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Get some wrecking balm if its small enough
7/24/09 11:19 AM
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It's definitely not small enough for wrecking balm. I'm going to need several treatments to get this shit off my arm.
7/24/09 12:35 PM
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KickinAus - It's definitely not small enough for wrecking balm. I'm going to need several treatments to get this shit off my arm.


Laser removal is going to be spendy if its really big,
several sessions of wrecking balm might take longer but be much more cost effective
8/3/09 12:26 AM
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KickinAus - It's definitely not small enough for wrecking balm. I'm going to need several treatments to get this shit off my arm.


Laser removal is going to be spendy if its really big,
several sessions of wrecking balm might take longer but be much more cost effective


The Wrecking Balm website says that you should only use it on a tattoo about the size of your palm. I could probably use the wrecking balm AND get a couple sessions of laser and I'd be good to go.
9/5/09 3:12 PM
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I just had laser removal session number three. Tattoo the size of my palm.

It's VERY light now.

The problme as I understand it is that there is no real standard for inks so you never know what you are working with.

I've heard good and bad but mostly on the not really good side about wrecking balm.

Laser removal is what I reccommend.
9/5/09 5:42 PM
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The Wrecking Balm website says that you should only use it on a tattoo about the size of your palm. I could probably use the wrecking balm AND get a couple sessions of laser and I'd be good to go.


Yeah, definitely.
Whatever saves money you know?
9/5/09 5:42 PM
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Dougie - I just had laser removal session number three. Tattoo the size of my palm.

It's VERY light now.

The problme as I understand it is that there is no real standard for inks so you never know what you are working with.

I've heard good and bad but mostly on the not really good side about wrecking balm.

Laser removal is what I reccommend.


Really?
What have you heard bad?
Although I have never used it, I haven't heard a bad word about wrecking balm when used properly.
9/5/09 8:34 PM
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I heard from a tattoo artist that it left a discolouration on the skin. A few people who tried it said the same thing. That what they got left with was like a light orange patch. It looked like cover up with make up but of course, no make up.

Then again, other people say it worked great. I suspect it might be the colour and size that makes the difference.
9/6/09 12:56 AM
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Dougie - I heard from a tattoo artist that it left a discolouration on the skin. A few people who tried it said the same thing. That what they got left with was like a light orange patch. It looked like cover up with make up but of course, no make up.

Then again, other people say it worked great. I suspect it might be the colour and size that makes the difference.


Interesting.....

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