- 2 inches or smaller – $100 per treatment
- up to 4 sq inches – $200 per treatment
- after 4 sq inches – $20 per inch per treatment
Tattoo Reversal Made Safe and Effective
Tattoo removal once meant gambling low odds of success on a high risk of scarring and pain. Tattoos are designed to last forever, but as more and more people seek reversal of these deeply embedded ink deposits, technology too has kept pace with improved methods of safety and efficacy. The most advanced technology comes in the form of Q-switched Nd:YAG lasers using PhotoAcoustic Technology which safely penetrate the skin and target each tattoo ink color with specific wavelengths, causing tattoos to gradually fade during a course of 5 to 15 treatment sessions.
RevLite: The Most Advanced Laser for Removing Black and Multi-colored Tattoos
Most lasers have at least two wavelengths to target dark blue, black and red inks. The RevLite features four wavelengths to target a wide range of colors, from blue, black and red, to orange and purple, and even difficult-to-treat green and sky blue.
What to Expect
With the RevLite laser, you’re getting the most advanced technology to safely remove tattoos with maximum success and comfort. As the light energy gently vibrates and shatters the tattoo ink into easily eliminated micro-particles, the short pulses feel similar to snaps of small rubber bands, followed by a warm sensation. A temporary whitening will follow the first treatment; over time, the tattoo particles will fade through the lymphatic system and the skin will return to its natural color. Dark blue, black and red inks offer highest degree of success, followed by orange and purple; green and sky blue may require additional treatments for significant fading. Tattoo treatment ranges from 5 to 15 sessions.
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Our RevLite treatment professionals are trained to assess tattoos and will schedule a treatment series that works for you.
RevLite® Tattoo Removal Northern Virginia & Washington DC including residents of Ashburn, Fairfax, Sterling, Manassas, and Western Loudoun Virginia.