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Astanza Tattoo Removal News: Episode 4

   

While tattoo removal may seem simply cosmetic to some, it can truly change the trajectory of people’s lives. Those who seek tattoo removal have varying reasons for getting rid of their unwanted ink. For some, their tattoo doesn’t match their style anymore, while others wish to remove an ex-partner’s name, or maybe their tattoo is a constant reminder of a painful past they’re no longer living.

In this month’s episode of Tattoo Removal News, Astanza dives deeper into the nonprofit side of the laser tattoo removal industry. Hear from one of our nonprofit clients, learn about ways to give back to your community with laser tattoo removal, and catch up on Astanza’s latest offerings.


What to Expect in Season 1, Episode 4 of Astanza Tattoo Removal News 


– Upcoming training opportunities
– Feature interview with Garden Pathways
– Breakdown of the different ways to give back with tattoo removal
– Astanza wins 5 Aesthetic Everything Awards, including Lifetime Achievement in Laser Tattoo Removal
– Learn how to join the Astanza Family

Watch Episode 4 Now!

 

 

Upcoming Training Opportunities 

New Look Laser College, Astanza’s training entity, hosts tattoo removal certification courses about once a month. Students who complete the two-day training graduate with three certifications: Laser Safety Officer, Certified Laser Specialist, and Advanced Laser Tattoo Removal.

View our entire 2022 course schedule here. New Look Laser College is held at Astanza’s headquarters in Dallas, TX, as well as Las Vegas, NV, and the Fort Lauderdale/Miami, FL, area.

Feature Interview with Garden Pathways

Astanza takes pride in working with correctional facilities and nonprofit organizations across the country that provide laser tattoo removal to communities in need. Garden Pathways, a nonprofit organization based in Bakersfield, CA, is doing just that thanks to its free laser tattoo removal program featuring the Astanza Duality Q-switched Nd:YAG laser.

See a clip of Astanza’s Client Success Manager, Amy Yan, interviewing Garden Pathways Chief Operating Officer, Juan Avila, about the program’s beginning, its mission, and plans to further philanthropic efforts through laser tattoo removal. You can also view the entire interview here.

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Breakdown of Various Ways to Give Back with Tattoo Removal

There are a few different ways to incorporate giving back to your community with laser tattoo removal. Astanza is the leading provider of laser tattoo removal technology to nonprofit organizations and correctional facilities across the U.S. Aside from these options, you can also run a for-profit business model that provides free or discounted tattoo removal services. Whether that’s a designated day once per month, a case-by-case basis, or volunteering time now and then – for-profit business owners have multiple options to offer their services.

Learn more about incorporating nonprofit tattoo removal work into your business or organization by clicking here.

Astanza Wins Lifetime Achievement in Tattoo Removal Award

Award season doesn’t stop at the music, TV, and movies – the aesthetic industry has a special yearly award ceremony, too! We are proud of our team here at Astanza and are incredibly appreciative of our clients' trust in us. Because of these strong relationships with our clients and that trust, Astanza was honored with some amazing awards this year, including the Lifetime Achievement Award in Laser Tattoo Removal!

Check out the full article about Astanza’s latest awards here.

Learn how to Join the Astanza Family

Have you been curious about the laser industry? Ready to expand your current aesthetic practice or launch a new career? Contact us today – one of Astanza’s experts will answer all of your questions and guide you every step of the way. 

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