Eden Laser Clinics Announces Takeover of Sydney Laser Tattoo Removal Specialist

With the Detail group closing its doors earlier this year, Sydney's Eden Laser Clinics has just announced their decision to take on the operations of Detail Tattoo Removal Specialist.

Sans Souci, Australia - September 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Sydney’s Eden Laser Clinics has just announced their decision to take on the operations of Detail Tattoo Removal Specialist. Started in 2010, Detail Tattoo Removal Specialist built a reputation as one of Sydney’s preferred supplier of laser tattoo removal treatment, even being featured on national news (Channel 7).

With the Detail group closing its doors earlier this year, Eden Laser Clinics made the bold decision to take over the laser tattoo removal and skin care business. The decision was made because of the obvious synergies between the two brands, the type of services offered, and the similar ethos shared by both companies around customer care and service quality.

The launch of the Eden Tattoo Removal Specialist brand has been in development for several months. The website has been revised and rebranded to suit the new owners, in an effort to keep consistency across the brands. Efforts have been made to contact existing Detail customers, ensuring any services they’d paid for would be honoured under the Eden agreement with no additional charges.

Laser tattoo removal is a growing trend throughout Sydney. According to recent studies by James Cook University, approximately 25% of men and women aged 18 to 30 have at least one tattoo. Other studies have suggested around 14% of Aussies with tattoos have later experienced “second thoughts” – tattoo regret. This may include complete removal of the unwanted tattoo back to “clean skin”, or as a means to make way for a more desirable tattoo.

Eden Tattoo Removal Specialist have chosen to build on Detail’s decision to use only PicoWay laser tattoo removal devices. These devices have been proven to provide faster tattoo removal in less time than competing technologies.

Eden Tattoo Removal Specialist are now offering their tattoo removal services from three convenient locations across Sydney – Sans Souci, Hurstville and Liverpool.

Andrew Chim, Business Manager of Eden Tattoo Removal Specialist. had this to say about the new launch partnership for laser tattoo removal:

“With Eden offering to step in and take over the runnings of the business, it has meant existing Detail customers can still receive treatments.It also means that customers have the option of visiting us in not just one but three locations throughout Sydney, which is something we just couldn’t do before.”

The cost of laser tattoo removal ranges from around $125 for a very small tattoo, up to many thousands of dollars for full sleeves or large, complex tattoos. There are many factors involved in determining the final price for this service, which is why Eden have decided to offer an initial free session to help their clients obtain an accurate understanding of costs before treatment commences.

Those interested in arranging a complimentary consultation for laser tattoo removal can do so here:

https://www.tattooremovalspecialist.com.au/appointment/.

Contact Info:
Name: Andrew Chim
Email: Send Email
Organization: Eden Tattoo Removal Specialist
Address: 331 Rocky Point Road, Sans Souci, NSW 2219, Australia
Website: https://www.tattooremovalspecialist.com.au/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88917871

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