Get ready for the fun – it’s time to celebrate National Tattoo Removal Day!
Each year on August 14th, practitioners, patients, and those wanting to remove unwanted ink are recognized for their involvement in the innovative craft of laser tattoo removal.
Laser tattoo removal is the safest, most effective method for removing ink that is no longer desired. Millions of Americans seek a solution for their tattoo regret(s) each year. With tattoo popularity continuing to increase, the demand for laser tattoo removal will only climb even higher. Therefore, August 14th has officially been registered as National Tattoo Removal Day (NTRD) to celebrate this advanced procedure.
How to Celebrate National Tattoo Removal Day
Astanza will be going LIVE on Instagram and Facebook throughout the day on August 14th. We’ll be sharing videos from our headquarters in Dallas, TX, as well as several client features from around the country. In addition, your friends from Astanza Laser have created a few graphics for you all to distribute across social media as well.
Why You Should Celebrate National Tattoo Removal Day
If you are a laser tattoo removal provider or business owner, it’s important to plan a marketing campaign for NTRD so you can attract new clientele, encourage repeat visits from current customers, and ultimately generate more revenue. Consider running a special, such as 50% off tattoo removal packages, free consultations, and maybe even give away a door prize to a select number of customers.
Why Do We Celebrate NTRD on August 14th?
National Tattoo Removal Day is strategically celebrated on August 14th because of two other nationally recognized days: National Tattoo Day (July 17th) and Valentine’s Day (February 14th). National Tattoo Removal Day is exactly one month after National Tattoo Day and is six months prior to Valentine’s Day.
If someone got a tattoo on July 17th to celebrate National Tattoo Day and ended up not liking it, they’d have to wait a minimum of four to six weeks before getting it treated with a laser. This waiting time is necessary to give the skin time to heal before receiving laser treatment. Therefore, people who got a regretful tattoo on National Tattoo Day would have enough time to think about and schedule getting it removed on National Tattoo Removal Day.
The second reason NTRD is celebrated on August 14th stems from one of the top motivations from patients for seeking laser tattoo removal: A relationship break-up. Many folks get their partner's name permanently tattooed on their skin as a sign of commitment and love. However, that tattoo can be a very painful, unwanted reminder if that relationship comes to an end. National Tattoo Removal Day is six months out from Valentine’s Day, which is typically how long it takes to remove a basic small, black name tattoo (four treatments, spaced six weeks apart).
That said, August 14th is the perfect date for patients to start laser tattoo removal treatment and have their ex-partner’s name removed just in time for a new romance on Valentine’s Day.
Now that you know the how and the why, it’s time to download your FREE National Tattoo Removal Day graphics and start celebrating with Astanza! Be sure to check out our Facebook and Instagram pages for premium content and use the hashtag #NationalTattooRemovalDay to interact with others.
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