Think back for a moment. When you got your now-familiar tattoo, you were a kid in high school, and it was something cool to do, something you could be proud of. You went through it with absolute certainty, enamored with what it was going to do for you, sure that friends would be impressed by it. The image, too, was something to be proud of, a dragon and skull, with flames surrounding the image realistically -- they rose so high, in fact, that you could see the tattoo even when you wore a shirt and tie. That, too, was something to be proud of, and you wore it with pride through both high school and college.

Graduation day from college, and you hold your diploma high, four years of hard work behind you. Now, you're a professional in business, with public relations your specialty. The number of friends you have always had can attest to that. You're ready to step out into the business world, and ready for work -- and ready to show your face to the public. Customers love you, clients adore you, and customer satisfaction is the number one priority for you.

Next up, your first job interview, with a large and established business, a good sign for your future. You like dealing with people, and large companies and big business involves a lot of that, as your first assignment. Excitement is burgeoning on the day you find out about the interview, but you're determined to put on your best face. You don't even think about that tattoo, so much a part of you, now. Three weeks before the interview, though, you have a stunning realization: It shows on your neck even with a shirt and tie, which will raise questions about you, questions which may in fact put you out of the running for that job you so desire.

Panicked, you search for a solution. What about cover-ups? You research frantically, looking for a quick, easy, effective solution -- only to come across a lot of faddish, fake gimmickry. There are gels and creams that claim to fade tattoos, but those are expensive, and reviews are disappointing. You need something that works, and works now. It needs to take away the ink completely, and it needs to cost as little as possible. Finally, the solution shows itself: Laser tattoo removal.

Laser tattoo removal is an easy and effective procedure; it will get the ink from a tattoo out of your skin, too. The laser works on light wavelengths that penetrate the skin and disrupt the chemical makeup of the pigment. Each treatment takes just a few minutes, depending on the size of the tattoo and how much ink was used for the tattoo. Different types of pigment take different levels of treatment, but the ink will be removed, and there will be no scarring.

When you remove a tattoo through laser removal, you'll have some uncomfortable sensations; it feels something like a rubber band being snapped against your skin. The place you have the removal done may put a numbing cream on top of your skin so that discomfort is reduced. It may take up to 10 treatments to remove the tattoo completely, depending on how big the tattoo is, with a 6 to 8 week wait time in between treatments. This slowly fades the ink and ultimately completely removes it from your skin.

With relief, and renewed confidence, you go to your job interview and get the job, all because you took the steps to eliminate the ink from your skin. The removal of the tattoo was worth every penny, now that you have a great job and a secure future.

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