How to remove a tattoo?

Tattoos are ‘in’ among certain groups of young people. You have to love it, because it is basically for the rest of your life, unless you pay a lot of money to have them removed again. An acquaintance told me that a friend of hers, in a love mood, had a tattoo with her boyfriend’s name placed above her coccyx. Fun during sex, until the relationship ended… Having your partner’s name tattooed on your body is quite drastic because having a tattoo removed is quite a job. Of course we are all convinced that we will stay with our loved one for life, but in practice this often turns out to be a matter of wishful thinking rather than reality. So don’t make such a decision in an impulsive mood of love. If a relationship ends and the tattoo is still on your body, it can be quite annoying and not just for you. Even a new partner probably doesn’t find it exciting to see your ex’s name on your body all the time. It is common for people to get the name of their new sweetheart tattooed on their body on a whim . You can guess how often it happens that the tattoo needs to be removed later .

How to have a tattoo removed?

Tattoo removal is usually still done with laser. The techniques are good these days, so after several treatments you usually see little of the tattoo and it can therefore be largely (or completely) removed. Of course, there will always be exceptions to the rule, so be well informed in advance about the expected end result. However, you should take into account approximately 5 to 10 treatments per tattoo to be removed. Unfortunately, the laser is not painless.
Tatoo Erase is a relatively new method of removing tattoos. With this technique, a liquid is injected under the skin in the same way that the ink was once injected into the skin. According to the practitioners, the liquid ensures that the ink is rejected by the body. You should not be pregnant or breast-feeding during this treatment.

How much does it cost to have a tattoo removed?

a tattoo costs between 75 and 150 euros per (laser) treatment. You need approximately 5 to 8 treatments per tattoo. Larger tattoos require more treatments. Not every color of ink can be removed. Therefore, take into account an amount between 500 and 1500 euros to remove a tattoo. A tattoo is therefore faster to put than to remove. Removal also seems to be more painful than installation.

Tattoo removal, insurer reimbursement?

Of course, no insurer will reimburse the removal of tattoos. Getting tattoos on your body is your own choice, so you will have to pay for them yourself if you want to have them removed.

Have a tattoo removed, where?

There are many clinics that can remove tattoos, but it is difficult to say which one is the best. Some people have had bad experiences with certain clinics, because scars were left behind or discolorations in the pigment of the skin. The price can also vary considerably per clinic. I therefore recommend that you consult with your doctor for expert tattoo removal. This will probably refer you to a plastic surgeon or dermatologist.

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