Put Your Clients’ Mind at Ease by Helping Them Understand the Tattoo Removal Process
Many people are skeptical too get their tattoos removed due to certain myths surrounding the tattoo removal process.
Know Your Clients Requirement
If you are a tattoo removal practitioner, you might come across many customers who will bombard you with a lot of questions on tattoo removal. It is your duty as a practitioner to put their mind at ease and answer all questions to the best of your capabilities.
Laser technology is commonly used to remove tattoos. The light energy from the laser scatters the tattoo particles. Your body then works to get these particles flushed out from your system in the coming weeks.
If you have opened a shop in Quebec, Canada, learning French can help you get potential clients. Many of your clients might converse in French and you might hear the word “vectus” (to carry out) frequently. Your client might be either enquiring about the time duration that would be required to carry out the procedure or the cost associated with it.
Being Realistic About the Procedure
When it comes to dealing with clients, it is always better to be transparent. Budget is the main concern for some people. Removal of small tattoos will cost less, while the bigger ones will require more time and effort, tending to cost more.
Many tattoos might require multiple sessions. Many clients might not like the idea of frequent visits. Here is where you can persuade them to go in for packages wherein, they can avail discounts and save money.
Many a times, clients might come to get their tattoos revised. This is a sensitive topic and you might want to tread carefully. Your client might either want to remove a part of their tattoo due to personal reasons or some might require tattoo fading to make way for new tattoos.
Some of the common questions that many clients might ask you during consultation include:
- Duration of the laser treatment – Generally one or two months depending on the complexion.
- Number of treatments required for complete removal – Anywhere between 3 – 10 depending on the nature of their tattoos.
- The pain quotient during the treatment – Minimum pain will be there but the area can be numbed.
- Scar visibility after treatment – If the tattoo was there to hide a scar, then the same will be visible.
Explaining in detail about the entire procedure helps to build the trust and rapport. Your clients will be able to have a clear understanding of the process and make better decision.