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The Skin Center Medical Spa in Pittsburgh Helps Military Recruits Meet Enlisting Requirements
Date:5/29/2010

United States military recruits receive a 50 percent discount on tattoo removal.

(PRWEB) May 29, 2010 -- For many young men and women, serving in the United States military is a life-long dream but a dream that unfortunately is being denied to many because of an earlier decision to get a tattoo. The Skin Center Medical Spa, with three locations in Pittsburgh, PA is now making laser tattoo removal available at a 50 percent discount to help those who have chosen to serve their country.

Although each branch of the United States military has a separate policy regarding tattoos, the general long-standing tattoo policy excludes potential recruits from enlisting if visible body art or tattoos located on their arms or legs exceed a specified size or are considered to be extremist, indecent, sexist or racist. Additionally, tattoos on the head and face are prohibited with the exception of permanent make-up.
   
"The Skin Center is pleased to make laser tattoo removal very affordable to help recruits with tattoos comply with enlisting policies. Our tattoo laser technology can remove tattoos by dramatically lightening or even eliminating even the most stubborn pigments including blue, green, purple, red and yellow," said Heather Sneed, certified registered nurse practitioner for The Skin Center Medical Spa. "A series of tattoo removal treatment sessions is necessary for tattoo removal; however, the treatments are quick and performed with minimal discomfort."

The Skin Center Medical Spa in Wexford, Mt. Lebanon and Shadyside removes tattoos using the most advanced tattoo removal technology available today. The MedLite® Q-Switch laser can effectively remove tattoos (professional, amateur and surgical tattoos) in fewer sessions with less chance of residual scarring.    

For more information about tattoo removal, contact The Skin Center Medical Spa at 1-800-429-1151 or visit our website at http://www.theskincentermd.com.

About The Skin Center Medical Spa

The Skin Center Medical Spa, with three locations in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Columbus, Ohio, is the region's premier, full-service medical spa offering the latest advancements in non-invasive and minimally invasive skin rejuvenation for the treatment of aging skin, hyper-pigmentation, rosacea, unwanted hair, varicose and spider veins, active acne and acne scarring. The Skin Center Medical Spa was founded in 1981 in Pittsburgh by Dominic Brandy, MD, board-certified cosmetic surgeon.

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