DJ Randy Scott from KMPS 94.1 Endorses Blink:
It is always fantastic when you have a public figure that accesses the Blink service and has a great patient experience. It is even more exciting when they endorse it unsolicited. Here is his radio spot:
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Independent research shows that laser tattoo removal is the safest and quickest treatment available. It is also the least likely to damage your skin. In fact, some say it's less painful than getting a tattoo.
Blink Affiliates use specifically designed lasers that target the ink within the tattoo. These exclusive state-of-the-art lasers remove tattoos by breaking up the pigment of the tattoo with a high-intensity light beam. The body then slowly breaks down and absorbs the pigment.
While many tattoos appear significantly lighter after a few treatments, several visits are usually required to completely remove your tattoo. Tattoos fade after each treatment as the laser breaks down and removes the ink. Over the course of a short series of sessions, the targeted tattoo will gradually fade. Once the tattoo has been successfully removed the result is permanent.
The color used to create your tattoo also has an impact on how easy or difficult it will be to remove. A tattoo made with many different colors is usually more difficult to remove than a tattoo made with just one color. Some ink colors are more difficult to remove than others. Black, red, dark orange and dark blue tattoos are the easiest to remove. Green, purple, brown, light orange and light blue colors may require more visits. Yellow and green are the hardest colors to remove, however our specifically designed lasers and our skilled providers offer the best opportunity for success.
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Lasers for tattoo removal are highly specialized. A tattoo laser is designed specifically to penetrate deeply enough to attack the color particles of the ink, but not so deeply as to create permanent tissue damage or other residual reminders of the tattoo you are trying to remove. The type and quality of the laser determines the time needed for each treatment and how many treatments are needed to complete the process. The bottom line is that using a high-quality laser offers a more efficient and less-time consuming removal. Our affiliates only use the best quality lasers available today, including the gold-standard RevLite(r) Q-switched Nd:YAG laser from Hoya ConBio, the Accolade(tm) high-powered Q-switched Alexandrite laser, and the award winning Spectra(tm) Q-switched Nd:YAG laser. See our blog post for more information.
Researchers have determined which wavelengths of light to use and how to deliver the laser's output to best remove tattoo ink. If you're wondering if the laser might also remove normal skin pigment, don't worry. The laser selectively targets the pigment of the tattoo without damaging the surrounding skin.