Picosure Laser Removal Does It Work!? - Dallas, TX

I have a tattoo on my left tattoo that I don't...

I have a tattoo on my left tattoo that I don't want anymore so I decided to get it removed using the picosure tattoo removal process. I thought it would be an easy healing process however it's become not at all what I expected. The doctor sAys the blisters are normal. I'm just hoping I see major results! Will update at least once a week for progress until all treatments are complete

10 days later!

Let me just say it's been an experience. With the blisters and it resembling and sometimes feeling like a burn I was thinking, 'that's it I'm not going back!' However based on the results of the first one I think I have to! And just get it over with with the removal. It's still healing and not completely all healed however you'll notice that it faded the tattoo ALOT. Especially the red. it's now pink and the black on the lettering is significantly faded.

Kinda over it- three weeks in

Doesn't look like the color is fading and my arm looks as if it's going to scar from the treatment. I'm questioning if it's worth it and should I just pay a visit to the tattoo shop to see if they can get it back to how it was. Regretting that I did it

Scared of treatment.

After the first treatment, pain and blisters I'm just really nervous every about the second treatment and have prolonging it. Wondering if it's really worth the pain. I didn't see much results but a lot if scaring. Now I have a horrible looking tattoo and I'm scared to get it fully removed. Just my luck ????
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