As a university student, I enjoy unwinding over the weekend. Sometimes I party a bit too hard, and wake up realizing I made silly decisions the night before. Usually they are simple and do not really impact me in the long run, but last week was a little different. The night started off the same way it always does, at my apartment with a few friends. We hang around my apartment drinking a few beers until we make a move to go somewhere. That night we were a few beers in and began to play a new drinking game. Over the next hour, I drank more than I have ever done in the past, and that is when things became blurry and unclear. I remember my friends and me walking around the city, going into a few shops here and there and getting some food, but that is all. I woke up the next morning feeling sick and hung over, but did not think I had done anything permanent.
That was until I looked at myself in my bathroom mirror and noticed a huge butterfly tattoo on my lower back. I was in such shock I began to laugh, because I would never get a tattoo like this. I was the girl who made fun of other girls for getting this so called tramp stamp. I do not even want to know what I was thinking when I decided it was a good idea to get this tattoo. All I knew was I had to get rid of it, and fast. I did some research and found a laser clinic near my apartment that could fit me in for a quick consultation that very afternoon. This place had the best reviews for skin rejuvenation and microdermabrasion in Sydney at lower cost , so I knew I could trust this place.
In the waiting area of the laser clinic, I began to get nervous that they would not be able to fix my lower back and get rid of the tattoo. There were signs and posters advertising skin rejuvenation and microdermabrasion in Brisbane, but none on tattoo removal. After a bit, the doctor called me into her office and examined my tattoo. She told me that she is trained in tattoo removal but it is not a common procedure for the laser clinic, and it will be expensive. She promised that after ten sessions, I will see the results I wanted, a blank lower back. I agreed to have the procedures completed, and booked an appointment for the next ten Thursday afternoons. The doctor told me it would be extremely painful, but she will try to make it as bearable as possible for me. I kept telling myself that the pain will be a good reminder to not make silly decision after I drink too much. After the ten sessions, my lower back was free of the butterfly tattoo. For more info abvout laser clinic in Adelaide, visit this website.