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At Elysium Studios we offer a safe, comfortable, and reliable tattoo removal experience with two of the most effective FDA approved lasers on the market. With the use of both PICO and Q-switched laser technology, unwanted tattoos of ALL colors on ALL skin types are now a thing of the past.

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Each tattoo is priced by size and pricing is best determined during a free personalized consultation with our experienced laser technician.


The cost of laser tattoo removal can vary widely depending on factors such as size, color, and location of the tattoo, as well as the number of sessions required. We offer competitive pricing and include discounted treatment packages ranging from 4, 6, and 8 treatments for each size of tattoo. Pricing will be discussed during your consultation.

The size of a quarter or smaller.

About the size of a credit card.

About the size of your palm.

About the size of both hands together.

Half sleeves and larger.

During your consultation ask our Laser Tech about our Package Deals!

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Introducing the PFD patch, an accessory to the laser tattoo removal. When used with traditional laser treatments, it allows for a faster, safer, and more effective removal experience compared to without the patch.

  1. Allows up to four times as many laser passes in a single treatment. That means your tattoo with be gone sooner than you think.

  2. Helps to protect skin from the heat of the laser, which may result in less injury and less discomfort during treatment.

  3. Less injury may mean reduced time between office visits.

Targeting The Ink: A specialized laser is used that emits a specific wavelength of light. This light is absorbed by the pigments in the tattoo ink.

Fragmentation: The absorbed laser energy heats and shatters the tattoo ink into tiny fragments. These fragments are now much smaller and can be easily eliminated by the body’s natural processes.

Immune System Cleanup: Once the ink is broken up into smaller pieces, the body’s immune system recognizes them as foreign substances and starts to remove them. White blood cells help to carry away these ink fragments.

Multiple Sessions: Complete tattoo removal and fading a tattoo for coverup require multiple sessions spaced at least 6 weeks apart. This allows the body to gradually eliminate the ink fragments. 

Fading Over Time: After each session, you will notice the tattoo gradually fading. It may take several sessions to achieve the desired level of tattoo removal.

  • How quickly can I see results?
    Results will appear gradually after a few sessions. Most patients will not see significant changes until after about 2 or 3 treatments. Results will continue to improve until the last treatment, or until optimal goals have been achieved. Your Practitioner will work with you on a treatment plan and expectations.
  • Will the treatment be uncomfortable?
    Each laser’s ability to emit ultra-short pulses of energy makes treatment very comfortable, fast and with minimal downtime. The use of cold air by the practitioner and the option for the use of numbing cream will also increase comfort during treatment.
  • Are there side effects to laser tattoo removal?
    Laser tattoo removal can have side effects and requires proper aftercare. These are discussed in depth during your consultation. Some common side effects include: Redness and Swelling: It’s normal to experience redness and swelling at the treated area, similar to a mild sunburn. Blistering and Scabbing: Although not common, blistering and scabbing may occur. It’s essential to not pick at scabs to avoid scarring. Pigment Changes: Temporary changes in skin pigment, either lighter or darker, can happen. This usually resolves over time. Pain and Discomfort: Some discomfort during and after the procedure is common. The use of cold air during the treatment and the option to use numbing cream help ease discomfort. Over-the-counter pain relievers may also help.

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