Cost of tattoo removal in Detroit Just Got More Affordable At Ink Blasters

Laser tattoo removal is popular in the Detroit area. Ink Blasters, the area's most popular and highly rated tattoo removal clinic. Ink Blasters is known for having a more reasonable cost of tattoo removal.

Livonia, United States - June 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Detroit, Michigan- Ryan Wright, the area’s top laser technician and owner of Ink Blaster’s, the Detroit area’s go to location for ink removal wants to talk cost of tattoo removal and clear up the ins and outs of pricing individual tattoos.

According to Wright, tattoos are like snowflakes, each one has to be thoroughly assessed and priced accordingly. And, contrary to what many other laser tattoo removal clinics in Detroit off, the cost of tattoo removal depends on more than just the size of the tattoo.

At Ink Blasters, located just off of Pembroke Avenue in Livonia, has a very unique pricing structured based off of the the actual amount of ink in the tattoo, which makes up the sizing protocol for deciding cost of tattoo removal.

Ryan Wright says the cost of tattoo removal is revealed on the client’s first visit to their clinic, Ink Blasters, laser tattoo removal in Detroit, he had this to say about the process, “Tattoo removal is priced by the number of solid, dense, square inches of ink. The tattoo is actually measured during the initial consultation using Ink Blasters patented grid formula that will determine the exact size of the tattoo and nothing but the actual tattoo ink, with no open spaces. Most tattoo removal centers measure the whole area, while we literally only measure the ink. This unique pricing structure can save our clients a ton of money as opposed to other clinics who charge for open spaces in outlined tattoos. At Ink Blasters a specific price will be set for each removal treatment.

On the company’s website https://inkblasters.com/#home-3 it is revealed the pricing structure looks like this:

TATTOO REMOVAL COST PER TREATMENT:

$99 for the first square inch and $39 for each additional square inch up to 6 square inches

Tattoos between 6 to 10 square inches are $294

Tattoos over 10 square inches priced during free consultation

20% discount to Military, Law Enforcement, Fire Protection and Minors (under 18)

We offer complimentary radiation tattoo removal to breast cancer survivors

Gift Certificates available

Topical Anesthetic – $25

SMALLER TATTOO REMOVAL COST PER TREATMENT

Tear Drop – $49

3-5 Dots on Hand $49

Rings – $49

Anyone interested in receiving a laser tattoo removal treatment or wondering about the cost of tattoo removal in Detroit is encouraged to contact the company at (734) 629-5434

Contact Info:
Name: Ryan Wright
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Organization: Ink Blasters Precision Laser Tattoo Removal Detroit
Address: 37645 Pembroke Ave, Livonia, MI 48152, United States
Phone: +1-734-629-5434
Website: http://inkblasters.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 523728

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