Holiday Tattoos are No Match For the PicoSure Laser

Happy St. Patrick’s Day week!  Did you know St. Patrick was the foremost patron saint of Ireland?  He died on March 17th which is the date the Irish celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.  According to legend, St. Patrick used the three-leaved clover, called a Shamrock, to explain the Holy Trinity to Irish pagans.  One popular variation of the Shamrock is the four-leaved clover which is supposed to bring good luck.  So what does this have to do with PicoSure laser tattoo removal?  It just so happens that probably more Shamrock and four-leaved clover tattoos are inked in March, especially this week, than any other time of year.  Turns out that it’s also one of the most regretted tattoos.  In fact, one of the original PicoSure clinical trial patients (see below) happened to have a four-leaved clover she wanted removed!  Before the advent of the PicoSure laser the green would have never come out.  I treat a lot of green tattoos successfully.  If you have a Shamrock or any other kind of clover you’re ready to get rid of give I can be reached  by phone @ 512-479-9997  or just stop by my NEW location in Austin, TX:  Austin Medspa on W. 6th St.

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brendan.leigh@austinpicosure.com

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