BODY ART: Tattoo? What Tattoo?


Mike Tyson's new facial tattoo might strike his fancy now, but one day he may join the legions of folks who want nothing more than to remove or conceal their body art. Brides, job seekers and those who don't want to rattle Granny often seek temporary camouflage for tattoos in lieu of expensive, time-consuming laser treatments, which can cost up to $1,000 a session. "Ever since tattoos became trendy and popular--and more people are getting them without understanding the long-term repercussions--we've been receiving calls from people asking how to cover tattoos," says Patricia Saito-Lewe, vice president of sales and marketing for...

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