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Hi all,

well, i want to show you guys my Laserprojects. i hope you guys understand me, because my englishgrammar is not the best (i never had english in school ;)

here are the pictures of my Lowerleg.

Before and during the laserprocess.

I started it in March 2011.

we started to cover it in December 2011.

The First Testlasering !


This was on the Inside


Outside and start of the first Treatment



And finally, it's almost finished! :)




And Here is my Current Project i started in november 2011. it goes to the end...

it was a full sleeve! almost 10 Years old... not really happy with it at all...





Current Status



Enjoy :)

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Right on man, thanks for sharing! I've got a few questions if you don't mind answering, how many laser sessions did you get before the old tattoo was ready to be covered up? How long did you let the last session heal before you started the new tattoo?

Last, who's doing the cover up? I'm not a huge bio fan but that's a sick piece on your leg :D

Here's my laser journey :D


Thanks for sharing yours! :D

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  • 2 weeks later...

it was just few spots, not the whole arm.. and i only get it outlined in may... so i have good 8 weeks healing time between last lasering and getting the first outlines.

should be enough...

even mike devries wrote on his webpage that 6weeks are enough.

Mike DeVries :Cover Ups vs Laser Tattoo Treatments :

"You have to wait about 6 weeks in between treatments,and wait a good 6-8 weeks before getting it covered with your new tattoo after the last treatment. You can wait even longer and you will notice that the area that was lasered will continue to lighten up for a year to come. They also say that when you get your old treated tattoo covered up with a new one you could see your new tattoo lighten up in that area as well. If you do you will just need to get a touch up/fine tune session."
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had today my first treatment on my stomach. i thought the pain will be horrible.. but it was not that bad.. but enough pain that i only did one side... on the other side is another head.

the first picture is almost 6 years old, the tattoo was already alot faded.

so here is a picture right after the 1th treatment.


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because we splitted the arm into areals, i had on different spots more. on others less.

lowerarm for sure was like 5-6 sessions. 2 times complete including the shading, since the 3rd session only outlines and the dark spots.

upperarm outside was like 5, i think. same like on the lowerarm... since the 3rd only outlines and dark spots.

upperarm inside i had 3 sessions.

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Hey there...

i had 5 days ago my first session with a Picosure laser! all i can say, this thing is amazing!! i see aready amazing fadings.. bright blue is almost gone after one session! great changes in the green and purple is also almost gone.

here is a picture of my medusa on my stomach..

the tattoo was 8 years old... and got already 2 times lasered with a ND YAG laser. the red isnt lasered yet.


3rd picture, 3 days after a picosure laser treatment

4rd picture, 5 days later.

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and the first half of my chest...

first picture

how it was after 2 times with a ND YAG laser... fadings on the black, but nothing on the colors.

picture 2.

4 days after my first picosure session


sorry for the horrible pics, but im going to upload better ones, when its fully healed :)

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current progress on my chest .

first pic. how it was.

second picture. how it looked after 2 treatments with a medlite II nd yag laser.

third picture. how it looked straight after laser with picosure. the bright blue side, got lasered the second time with picosure, the dark side, got lasered the first time with picosure.


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