Sunday, February 10, 2008

Terrible Tattoo No More

Bad tatts are everywhere. And, for one day only, Southern California’s leading tattoo removal chain, Dr. Tattoff, has made it their mission to rid Angelenos of old body graffiti by offering free tattoo removal. For the first time ever, Los Angeles’s tattooed community will congregate in one place to remove their bad body art.

On February 25, 2008 anyone who shows up between the hours of 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM at Dr. Tattoff’s Beverly Hills office, located at 8500 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211 will receive free treatment. Patients will be treated on a first-come first-served basis and can get up to six inches treated.

The idea for Operation: Ink-Off originated with Dr. Tattoff Medical Director, Dr. Will Kirby. As one of the country’s foremost experts on tattoo removal and current star of E!’s Dr. 90210, Dr. Kirby has met many people who have tattoos they want removed, but who lack motivation to begin the removal process. “In my business, I am constantly meeting people who want to get their tattoos taken off but for one reason or another have not started. It’s a new year, and I thought what a great way to help people by cleaning up their old graffiti and giving them a fresh start.”

Dr. Kirby will be on-hand to meet and treat patients, along with Dr. Tattoff nurse and former “Bachelor” winner, Sarah Brice.

Other attendees include Dr. Tattoff founder “My Fair Brady” star Christopher Knight, actor Jai Rodriguez, and “Bachelor” star actor Charlie O’Connell.

Dr. Tattoff is cleaning up Los Angeles, one canvas at a time

Dr. Tattoff has performed more than 20,000 tattoo removal treatments.

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