Tattoo Removal Training

Laser tattoo removal has become a widely accepted way to remove unwanted ink from the body. Hollywood celebrities like Megan Fox, Lea Michele, and Miley Cyrus have reported to seeking out laser tattoo removal for old or unwanted tattoos. 45 million Americans have at least one tattoo and the #1 most tatted city in America is Miami, yet there was a 32% increase in tattoo removal last year.

Is there a market for tattoo removal training? Yes, there definitely is. Tattoo artists are able to receive tattoo removal training in order to add tattoo removal services to their place of work while many medical professionals like the option of having tattoo removal training so they can offer it to their recent clientele who trust them with their health, so why not trust them with their skin?

Tattoo Statistics

14-16% of Americans regret getting a tattoo while 11% actually do go through the efforts of removing a tattoo.

Laser Tattoo Removal

Laser tattoo removal works by using typically a Q-Switched cosmetic laser that delivers quick pulses of intense heat and light that is absorbed into the layers of tattooed ink on a deeper level. This specific treatment breaks the pigment into microscopic, fractionalized pieces that are then flushed out through the body’s lymphatic system. Over time, the tattoo disappears.

How Many Treatments Does it Take?

Color: Black, red, dark orange, and dark blue take a shorter amount of time to remove while green, teal, brown, yellow, bright orange, and purple take more treatments.

Ink: The quality of the ink matters too. Typically, amatuear ink is easier to remove than more professional inks.

Skin Tone: Q-Switched lasers are able to treat a variety of skin types, but typically fairer skin tones respond to tattoo removal treatments faster.

Tattoo Removal Training

Quality tattoo removal training can be found at National Laser Institute, the leading laser school in the nation. Their tattoo removal training course covers laser safety, tissue interaction, equipment familiarity, client selection, pre and post care, contraindications, treatment plans, and more. Students learn from experts in the laser industry and have the opportunity to work hands-on with different types of tattooed clients, becoming familiar with the laser equipment by treating clientele within a luxury medical spa setting.

National Laser Institute pioneered the first laser school curriculum and is recognized as gold standard of education. To learn more about tattoo removal training or National Laser Institute, please call.


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