A tattoo lasts forever… until now. If you’ve been living with tatted regret, there is a new option to safely, effectively and affordably remove unwanted ink with ease utilizing the Eclipse Reverse™. This revolutionary product out performs dermabrasion, creams and laser treatments. For many, old-school removal techniques presented considerable downsides, from excessive expense and scarring to concerns about what happens to the ink in the body after a laser treatment. The Eclipse tattoo removal pen utilizes the Mechanized Epidermal Tattoo Removal (METR) technique to deliver superior results. The device, which works on most skin types and all ink colors, erases tattoos using a specially developed process and natural solution. The ink is broken down and expelled from the body naturally with less potential risk than other removal methods. Don’t regret it… reverse it with Eclipse Reverse™!

During the treatment process, the technique used by our doctor causes the tattooed pigments to be expelled to the surface of the skin in the form of scabs. It takes aproximately 2 weeks for scabs to form. The ink becomes part of and falls off with the scabs. The Eclipse Reverse™ METR technique works with all tattoo colors, of all ages, all sizes and all styles. The Eclipse Reverse™ uses natural products to remove color pigments. It’s generally recommended a treatment area be 6″x 6″ inches or smaller.

We also understand that many people who have tattoos removed will be getting new tattoos or altering their tattoos, so we can also help you select a safe, reputable, and artistic tattoo artist for future tattoos as this aspect of your tattoo experience is also highly important. Give SF Bay Cosmetic Surgery & Aesthetic Dermatology in San Ramon a call at (925) 275-9333 to schedule an appointment today!

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