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Ages ago, I wrote about my experience after my first round of laser tattoo removal from Seattle Skin & Laser. I promised an update, and here we are folks! A very late progress report after round two.
I got my second round of laser tattoo removal a few months after my first round. Life happens and I got very busy with planning my wedding, so here we are, a year later, and I am just now updating you on my progress.
If you are interested in all the nitty gritty about cost, pain, review of Seattle Skin & Laser and my experience after my first round, check out the first laser tattoo removal post with all those details.
I went to Seattle Skin & Laser again, and was again, very happy with my experience. If you are in the Seattle area, give them a call for a consultation. Pro tip, they offer discounts on procedures in the month of December, and your birthday month.
For my round two, it was much of the same, we used a different laser to target different colors this time which was necessary because my tattoo was all the colors of the rainbow, and different lasers work better on different colors.
After two rounds, I am extremely pleased with my progress. You can barely see my tattoo now, and I completely forget about it 99% of the time. If only all poor life decisions were this easy to forget!
I had always planned on going for three rounds. But, again, wedding hoopla reached an all time high when I was planning on going for my third round. Then I was planning on making an appointment this spring to take advantage of my birthday month discount, and Covid-19 happened and ruined everyone’s spring plans.
So, will I go in for a third round of tattoo removal with Seattle Skin & Laser? Probably. But, I’m in no rush since the results have been so good.
before and after tattoo removal photos
A note about these photos: They have not been edited at all, so you can really see the colors as true to life as possible.