Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Picosure Laser Tattoo Removal Review!!!



I have been stuck with a tattoo that I hate for a very long time now. I had looked into removal before but the cost was way too much. I had looked into covering it up but never fell in love with anything that would cover this hideous thing up.

I finally found out about Picosure!! This laser is amazing!

Why I love it:

NO Scarring, Fewer treatments than previous lasers by as much a 50%, less cost, and less discomfort!
But does it work?? I have had one treatment and these are my results: WARNING THE SECOND TWO PICS ARE KIND OF GROSS!!!!


Pic one: my very gross tattoo before the treatment. Yea what was I thinking???
Pic two: directly after the treatment. Lots of frost and you can see the blisters forming. this is actually a good thing haha


Pic 3: a gross mess. But it wasn't hurting. It actually looks worse because of the goop you have to keep on it. 
Pic 4..Almost all the way healed and wow at the amount of color that is gone from it. Granted it isn't a clear pic because I had to take it myself, but you get the idea. 

I can't wait for four more weeks so I can post the next treatment pics!! 

If you are in the North Florida/South Georgia area and are interested in this procedure you can contact

Southside Dermatology at 904-880-0622 ext 201

10 comments:

  1. It's pretty interesting to see the timeline of how your picosure treatment went in those pictures! I would have never guessed that it would have looked like that in the second picture right after the treatment. After two weeks, it looks like it's improved really well and healed sufficiently since the 24 hour picture next to it. Thanks Susan for showing how this will look!
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