Cost of tattoo removal in Lexington, Kentucky Officially Explained By Inkundu

Everyone in Kentucky seems to be asking the question, what is the cost of tattoo removal, and now, top laser clinic, Inkundu has an answer.

Lexington, United States - June 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Lexington, Kentucky- The popularity of laser tattoo removal treatments has been gaining steam lately. Inkundu, Lexington’s most popular and sought-after last tattoo removal location in Lexington says they are having one of the busiest months in the history of their business. With the increase in business comes the influx of potential clients asking the question, “what is the cost of laser tattoo removal in Lexington?”.

The Lexington laser tattoo removal clinic requires all new clients to sit down for an in-depth consultation regarding the entire laser tattoo removal process including how much its going to cost the potential patient in the long run.

Inkundu laser tattoo removal in Lexington, KY has a unique approach to pricing laser tattoo removal, which all depends on how much in is on the skin, as opposed to most laser tattoo removal clinics in Kentucky, who’s pricing structure is based on the size of the tattoo; including blank spaces. Kimberly Gray, Laser Tattoo Removal Specialist at Inkundu says pricing a tattoo removal treatment based on the size of the tattoo is actually doing clients a disservice and costing them more money over time.

Kimberly had this to say about the cost of tattoo removal at Inkundu, Lexington, KY, “Inkundu has a very competitive pricing structure and provides absolutely superior service. The cost of each session actually depends on the size of the tattoo being removed. Treatments start at $49, and an exact price will be given during a consultation visit. Rough estimates can actually be given over the phone, however Inkundu always recommends coming in for a full consultation.”

Ms. Gray goes on to explain, “we categorize each tattoo as micro, small, medium, or large. Discounts are given to individuals with multiple tattoos being removed at the same time. Micro tattoos are less than 1 square inch, small tattoos are approximately 4 sq. inches ( 2in x 2in, 1in x 4in) or less. A medium tattoo is 16 sq inches (4in x 4in, 2in x 8in). A large tattoo is 36 sq inches (6in x 6in, 4in x 9in). Any tattoo larger than 36 sq inches is custom priced per session.”

More information is given on the company’s website https://inkundu.com/faqs-about-tattoo-removal/

Inkundu encourages anyone interested in scheduling a consultation to contact the clinic at (859) 523-3878 or stop by the Lexington tattoo removal clinic at 2375 Professional Heights Dr, #210, Lexington, KY 40503

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Kramer
Email: Send Email
Organization: Inkundū Laser Tattoo Removal Lexington KY
Address: 2375 Professional Heights Dr #210, Lexington, KY 40503, United States
Phone: +1-859-523-3878
Website: http://www.inkundu.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 523734

Latest News

Egypt demands Christie's halt auction of King Tut statue

Jun 19, 2019

CAIRO — Egypt has tried to halt the auction of a 3,000-year-old stone sculpture of the famed boy pharaoh Tutankhamun at Christie's in London, while the auction house said its sale was legal. The statue — a brown quartzite head depicting King Tut — is scheduled to be auctioned off in July, and could generate more than $5 million, according to Christie's. The artifact features King Tut's full mouth with slightly drooping lower lips and almond-shaped eyes. For many, King Tut is the ultimate symbol of ancient Egypt's glory. Howard Carter discovered the pharaoh's nearly intact tomb in 1922 in...

Turkey's Erdogan witness in footballer Mesut Ozil's wedding

Jun 19, 2019

ISTANBUL — Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was in the wedding party as Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil tied the knot on Friday. State-run Anadolu news agency said Erdogan and his wife, Emine, were legal witnesses for Ozil, who married model, actress and former Miss Turkey Amine Gulse in Istanbul. Secular Turkish weddings require a witness each for the bride and groom. Ozil, a German player of Turkish descent, quit Germany's soccer team last year after he was criticized for posing for a photograph with Erdogan before the World Cup. In his international retirement announcement, Ozil accused the German football federation,...

Protesters in Iran, Iraq burn Israel, US flags on 'Quds Day'

Jun 19, 2019

TEHRAN, Iran — Iranians in the capital Tehran set fire to effigies of U.S. President Donald Trump, while in the Iraqi capital, Iran-backed militiamen marched over a large Israeli flag as part of rallies Friday marking Quds, or Jerusalem Day. The annual protests come as the Trump administration tries to market its long-awaited Israeli-Palestinian peace plan. Held each year on the last Friday of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan, Iran has marked Quds Day since the start of its 1979 Islamic Revolution by the late Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. Al-Quds is the Arabic name for Jerusalem, and Iran says...

Ramadan in Mideast is for fasting and Facebook, data shows

Jun 19, 2019

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — The Muslim holy month of Ramadan, with its long days of fasting and prayer meant to draw worshippers closer to God and away from worldly distractions, is being reshaped by technology. People in the Middle East spend close to 58 million more hours on Facebook during Ramadan and watch more YouTube videos — everything from beauty tips and recipes to sports and TV dramas — than any other time of the year, making the holy month not only the most important one for Muslims, but also the prime time of the year for advertisers. For...

A look at the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan

Jun 19, 2019

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Many Muslims around the world began fasting Monday to mark the start of the holy month of Ramadan. This means waking up before dawn to eat, hydrate and pray. Once the sun rises, Muslims abstain from food and drink, including water, until sunset. They repeat the grueling routine every day for a month. Here are some questions and answers about Islam's holiest month and how it's observed. WHY DO MUSLIMS FAST? Fasting is meant to bring worshippers closer to God through steady remembrance, reflection and sacrifice. Daily fasting, combined with five daily prayers and extended...

About Us

Originally founded in 2015, Voyage Times publishes articles on travel and lifestyle for travelers, leisure seekers, and culture hunters from around the world.

Contact us: sales[at]voyagetimes.com

Subscribe Now!

Quick Links

HomePress