Can’t decide? Keep reading…
There is a significant investment when it comes to effective laser tattoo removal. Of course, the cost is based on the size of the area to be treated and the number of sessions required. If removing a small and lighter-toned tattoo it won’t put a significant dent in your bank account. If removing a large tattoo with deeper darker tones it will cost correspondingly more. Is it worth it? It absolutely is, assuming that the following conditions are met.
4 Things to Consider When Determining Whether or Not Laser Tattoo Removal is Worth the Investment
1. You’ve Chosen the Right Tattoo Removal Studio
This is a more literal answer, but is certainly important. If any product/service purchase doesn’t deliver on its promise (or isn’t safe) it can’t be deemed worth the cost. So before you make your final decision do your homework about where to get a tattoo removed using laser technology. The goods news, is that you’re reading this – we have already provided a 5-step guide on how to choose a laser tattoo removal studio.
2. You’re Doing it for the Right Reasons
Whenever we get into a discussion about whether or not someone should have a tattoo removed we ask that they consider why they want to have the procedure done. It must be something that YOU want to do, and not be directly or indirectly dictated by someone else. Far too often the suggestion (or demand) comes from a boyfriend/girlfriend or boss. Unless you’re permanently committed to that personal and/or professional (more on this below) relationship and want to give it everything you got, and on your terms, then don’t do something you’ll regret.
3. You’re Making a Strategic Career Choice
Let’s be clear – having a tattoo does not negatively alter the perceptions that most people have of someone in today’s day and age. In fact, there is a strong case being made that in 2020 (and beyond) a tattoo can actually help your career by boosting your unique and personal brand. That said, certain professions have limits. A highly visible (vs one you can hide from the boss) tattoo on the neck, hands, or even forearms can deter members of the old boy network from giving you a lucrative contract or promotion. If you are determined to climb the ranks and need to play the game to make that happen, then removal can technically be worth it. In such a case the procedure is an “investment” in absolute terms. While you may be bummed at the prospect, just be sure to keep your eyes on the prize as you rise in the ranks. Once you assume the top-level position or branch out to start your own company you can go ahead and get that highly visible tattoo. In fact, you can make one mandatory for all future hires! Don’t worry, we have corporate plans available and will cut you a great deal.
4. You Realize You Have Another Choice
You may be considering removal because of the best reason there is – you simply don’t like the tattoo. However, you may still want a one. In that case the investment of complete removal may not be worth it. Instead, consider using the laser tattoo removal service to fade the ink instead of outright removing it, and follow up after healing for a coverup with a new and better design that you know you won’t regret. The cost of fading a tattoo for a coverup can be significantly lower, will come with greater overall satisfaction (because you’re getting the ink you want) and is therefore worth it! View more on laser tattoo fading for coverup.