Tattoo Removal Clinic

Tattoo Removal Clinic

Toronto’s Premier NON-LASER Tattoo Removal Clinic

Welcome to Tattoo Removal Clinic. We specialize in a new, safe, non-laser tattoo removal that can remove your tattoo in 50%-75% less treatments than laser tattoo removal.

Tattoo Removal Clinic uses the best and latest non-laser, all-natural method of removing tattoos. Unlike laser tattoo removal, there are fewer treatments needed and fewer costs, and it removes all colours and is less painful than when the tattoo was put on.

At our tattoo removal clinic, one of our popular treatments is Tattoo Vanish®. Tattoo Vanish® is one of the best tattoo removal system that exists today. This one-of-a-kind removal process is unlike any other process available. Since 2008 we have been the leader in successful tattoo removals. Our certified technicians can lighten or remove any unwanted tattoo.

Why is our Tattoo Vanish® non-laser tattoo removal method unique?

Other tattoo removal methods utilize toxins, acids, lasers, or other harmful chemicals. Tattoo Vanish® is all-natural. This tattoo removal method is highly effective and without the use of laser, helps to significantly lower the risks associated with it.

Laser tattoo removal, which is considered by many to best the most effective tattoo removal method today, has many downsides. One of the biggest downsides to laser tattoo removal is how many sessions it takes to see results. Some clients pay and go through 10 sessions, only to end up with a tattoo that is faded but not completely removed. Tattoo Vanish® can get the job done in fewer sessions than laser tattoo removal — 50 – 75% fewer sessions in fact!

One of the biggest advantages of using Tattoo Vanish® over laser tattoo removal is its ability to remove all ink colours. Laser tattoo removal works by sending certain types of light beams into the ink, where it gets absorbs and breaks up the ink. Different colours of ink absorb different light beams, and this method works much more effectively in some colours than others. Laser tattoo removal does not work well on white ink because white reflects light instead of absorbing it. Laser tattoo removal tends to turn white tattoos black, which makes them even more permanent. Tattoo Vanish, on the other hand, works on all ink colours because it is a completely different method that does not rely on light absorption. Also, some colours have white inside of the colours themselves, such as a light blue, and laser removal is the worst choice for removal of these kinds of colours.

Because our non-laser tattoo removal method takes less treatments to remove your tattoo, it works out to be cheaper than laser. For example, if a laser tattoo removal cost $200, and it takes 10 treatments to remove a tattoo, it would be $2000. In comparison, our treatment pricing is based on coverage. A 2”x 2” tattoo removal is $297. If it takes 5 treatments to remove your tattoo, then the total cost would be $1485, a $515 savings.

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With the popularity of laser tattoo removal, most people are unaware of newer alternative methods that are actually safer, less painful, less treatments required, and more effective that laser tattoo removal.
Although there are many traditional non-laser tattoo removal methods out there, including salabrsian, dermabrasion, surgical excision, chemicals, infrared coagulation, we are not talking about these old outdated unsafe methods of non-tattoo removal.

The Tattoo Vanish product represents the result of plenty of years working in the tattoo and permanent makeup field. Created by Dr. Mary Arnold-Ronish, this 100% natural product promises to help you get rid of old new tattoos in no time.

Dr. Arnold has over 30 years of experience in the field and decided that technology has now advanced sufficiently so that it can provide people with a non-invasive and harmless method of getting rid of tattoos.

The procedure created and patented by Dr. Arnold is far less painful than the traditional one involving lasers and it guarantees no ugly scars.

Ever since Dr. Arnold has perfected this method, this has become superior to any other laser treatment. The most important thing about Tattoo Vanish is that it is all-natural, meaning no more acids and other potentially harmful and hazardous substances.

Tattoo Vanish is 100% natural. That means the product includes non-harmful ingredients that will act gently even on sensitive skin.
Tattoo Vanish does not contain any acids or toxic substances, which minimizes the risk of skin allergies.
We apply a local anesthetic before and during the procedure, using the tattoo machine in a similar manner as when the tattoo was received. Once the area has been exposed, we apply the Tattoo Vanish Ink Eraser for a few minutes. The area is then wiped clean and bandaged. You will be furnished with written aftercare instructions to ensure the treatment’s effectiveness and your full recovery.



On average, it takes 10 treatments to remove a tattoo using laser. Some tattoos can take a many as 20 laser treatments. If the average cost of laser is between $200-$250, it would cost approximately $2000-$2500 to remove a tattoo. Tattoo Vanish
can remove the same tattoo with 50-75% less treatments than laser. That means you are saving 50-75% off your tattoo removal


Unlike laser tattoo removal, Tattoo Vanish can remove all ink colours effectively.


Unlike laser tattoo removal, Tattoo Vanish can be used on all skin colour effectively.


Tattoo Vanish is best done on tattoos no bigger than 6”x 6”. The healing process requires a scab to form as most of the ink will be removed from the scab after applying the ink eraser. It is important to keep the treated area dry during the first week of
healing process.

As tattoos have become increasingly popular, the requests for tattoo removal has also increased. Laser tattoo removal is the most popular method for tattoo removal; however, it may not be the best treatment option.

Lasers have been used to remove tattoos since the late 1970s. In 1979 an argon laser was used for tattoo removal in 28 patients, with limited success.

In the 1980s, a new clinical study in Scotland into the effects of Q-switched ruby laser energy on blue/black tattoos. Further studies into other tattoo colors were then carried out with various degrees of success.

When ink is injected into the dermis of the skin, thousands of particles of tattoo pigment remain in the dermis. Laser therapy causes these particles to heat up and fragment into smaller pieces, known as the photomechanical effect. In most cases, macrophages carry the ink particles to the lymph nodes closest to the site of the tattoo. Macrophages are specialized immune cells, whose job it is to surround foreign particles and clear them from the tissue. But this process is only partially successful when it comes to tattoo ink. Because the cells cannot break down the particles, they become lodged there. The side effect is that the lymph nodes take on the same color as your tattoo. There is also evidence that tattoo ink particles can travel through the blood and become lodged in the liver.

During the photomechanical effect, the energy is absorbed by the ink particles in a short time, called nanoseconds. For laser tattoo removal, the destruction of tattoo pigments depends on four factors:

The colour of the light must penetrate deep into the skin to reach the tattoo pigment. The colour of the laser light must be more highly absorbed by the tattoo pigment than the surrounding skin. Therefore, different tattoo pigments require different laser colours. (eg. red light is absorbed by green tattoo pigments, while yellow tends not to absorb light). The pulse (time) duration of the laser energy must be very short.

Enough energy must be delivered during each laser pulse to heat the pigment to fragmentation. Different lasers remove different tattoo colours.

Q-switched Frequency-double Nd:LYAG: 532 nm. This laser creates a green light which is absorbed by red, yellow, and orange pigment.
Q-switched Ruby: 694 nm. This laser creates a red light which is absorbed by green and dark tattoo pigments.
Q-switched Alexandrite: 755 nm. This laser absorbs green pigment, does not work well with red, orange, yellow, brown etc.
Available in picosecond speed with claims it can remove ink faster.
Q-switched Nd: YAG: 1064 nm. Works better on darker skin as the light isn’t absorbed by melanin like the ruby.
Picosecond Laser: Picosecond pulses are more efficient than nanosecond pulses in clearing black tattoos. However in polychromic tattoos the difference is minimal compared to Q-swtiched.

How Many Laser Sessions are Required to Remove a Tattoo?

The Kirby-Desai scale is often used to assess the potential success and number of treatments necessary for laser tattoo removal.
Patients often receive a poorly defined assessment of the number of treatments and often engage in the process without full awareness of the potential success. In the Kirby-Desai scale, numerical values are assigned to six parameters: skin type, location, color, amount of ink, scarring or tissue change, and layering.

The average number of tattoo removal treatments required using laser was 10 treatments, with a range of 3 to 20 treatments.
Treatments must be spaced out 6 weeks apart. So, on average, the total procedure will take 1 to 2 years to complete.

Skin type: Patients higher on the Fitzpatrick scale, (darker skin) are not ideal for laser tattoo removal. They often require longer wait times between treatments due to using the laser on lower settings to try to avoid unwanted side effects such as hypopigmentation.

Location: Blood and lymphatic supply vary anatomic regions. After the laser treatment, the micro-particles are taken by the macrophages travelling to the lymph node, where filtering occurs. The head and neck area maintain the largest amount of regional lymph nodes and have a large vascular supply; thus, they are able to mount an increased immune response to phagocytose the ink particles.

Colour: Tattoo artists use a variety of coloured ink. Colours most often used are black, red, blue, green, yellow, and orange. Colours other than black have been noted to be up to twice the size of the black pigment. These differences in pigment size and composition lead to the difference in amount of treatments needed. Black colour is the easiest to remove with green, yellow, and orange being more difficult to remove.

The amount of ink: In the Kirby-Desai scale, amount of ink is divided into four categories: amateur (letters, words, or small symbols), minimal (one colour, simple design), moderate (one color, complex design), and significant (multicoloured, complex design). Amateur tattoos tend to respond quicker to laser treatment. Professional tattoos on the other hand tend to lie deeper in the dermis and have a greater density of pigment.

Good success rate for most clients, not all.
Non-invasive. Does not require anesthesia or surgery.


Q-switched lasers have now become the standard for removal of tattoos. However, complications can occur, with an incidence of about 5%.

Very painful. Many patients believe tattoo removal is more painful than actually getting the tattoo. Besides pain, blistering, crusting, pinpoint hemorrhage, and urticarial reaction can occur. Blistering is a natural part of the healing process of laser tattoo removal. As the laser breaks up the ink in your skin, it can also break tiny blood vessels around the tattoo resulting in blisters, which usually take up to two weeks to heal.

Risk of Infection. After the procedure, the skin becomes inflamed which increases the chance of infection.

Uneven Skin Colour. Laser tattoo removal can cause hypopigmentation where the treated skin can become lighter than the surrounding skin or can also cause hyperpigmentation where the treated skin becomes darker than the surrounding skin. Dark skinned patients are more prone to uneven skin colour from laser tattoo removal.

Many treatments required. On average 10 treatments are required to remove a tattoo. Some patients may require up to 20 treatments. With a 6 week between treatments, it would take 1 to 2 years to complete the tattoo removal process. Complete disappearance is not always achieved even after performing numerous laser sessions. Unfortunately, the number of sessions isn’t something that can be easily predetermined during an initial consultation.

Expensive. Laser tattoo removal is expensive because the machine is expensive which needs to be factored into the price per treatment. Plus, due to the number of treatments required, a complete removal can cost thousands of dollars.

Tattoo ink breaks down into the body. Some tattoo pigments containing metals could theoretically break down into toxic chemicals in the body when exposed to light. This has not yet been reported in vivo but has been shown in laboratory tests. It has also been shown that carcinogenic amines are generated by a
laser-induced cleavage of azo dyes.
( Recently, German scientists reported that concentrations of toxic molecules from red and yellow pigments increased up to 70-fold after laser irradiation. And the bigger the tattoo, the greater the toxic release.” – Bernadine Healy, M.D. Scarring. While scarring is rare with today’s advanced laser tattoo removal techniques, it does happen. In some cases, laser tattoo removal results in keloid scars, which are thick, raised scars that can appear between three and six months after the treatment.


Although laser tattoo removal is the most popular method of tattoo removal, it is still a very lengthy, cumbersome, expensive procedure, without guaranteeing the total removal of the tattoo. There are newer, faster, safer, less painful alternatives to laser tattoo removal that people are not aware of and are increasing in popularity vs laser tattoo removal. If you are looking for an alternative to laser tattoo removal which is all natural, why not give TattooRemoval.Clinic a call at 647-559-3662, the Premier Non-Laser Tattoo Removal Clinic in the Toronto GTA.

Tattoo Removal Clinic Location


9140 Leslie St #301, Richmond Hill, L4B 3L6