My Neo Mag Light Tattoo Removal Adventure begins…

For those of you who don’t “know” me in real life, or from reading my blog regularly – I am heavily tattooed.  No joke.  Like, 50% of my body is covered in art.  I’m a walking canvas.

Unfortunately for me and my tattoos, I have retired from the music industry where they could breathe and now have to cover up from neck to toes daily since I work in health care.

Not to forget that I live in the desert, so I am dressed for winter year round even in 120 degree weather.  It sucks.  I’ve found ways to get creative and layer clothing but some are much more difficult to cover up – like the tattoos in the insides of my middle fingers.  They are awkward and require large uncomfortable rings or perfect cut outs of a tattoo cover up product.

In my mind I have toyed for the past few years, dare I try tattoo removal?  Part of me screams YES so that I may walk into a restaurant or shopping mall without being subjected to 20 questions and feel like a somewhat normal human being.  The other part of me is incredibly sad, as these are the last pieces of my “old life” that I have…

However, I must think about my future and what is best for me and my family – and that is ultimately removing (some) of my tattoos.  I’m starting with the fingers.

The device is Neo Mag Light (learn more at and I was fortunate enough to WIN my own at home laser tattoo removal device!

This post is to inform you that I have started this journey and I will be documenting the progress.

I’d also like to offer information about the product that I feel is important for those that are going to be using it for the first time.

The machine fits into your hand very similar to a tattoo machine would.  For those that have never had the honor of holding a tattoo machine, it is like a gigantic powered ink pen.

Now the difference is you have a light, not a needle


This round button on the top is what activates your light.  There is a small switch in the back that has three notches: off, fan, and on.

On is where you activate the light.  Always keep the fan running, even after you have deactivated your light so that the machine can cool down appropriately.

There’s a tiny little light in there that is insanely powerful.  I’m only a few days in and haven’t prepared a full progress post but let me tell you it will startle you…

Honestly it feels like you’re intentionally placing a hot pan on your skin.  Luckily it is only for 1-3 seconds at a time.

I’m optimistic and looking forward to sharing this journey of tattoo removal progress.

As I am so optimistic it will work I will eventually move on to other, larger tattoos.  So if you follow me on Instagram I am doing a memorial to my tattoos #30daysofmytattoos so that even after they are gone they will be captured in images with memories.

Stay tuned for progress…


19 thoughts on “My Neo Mag Light Tattoo Removal Adventure begins…

  1. turq101 says:

    I think it sucks that they have to be covered/removed… those tattoos are a roadmap of your life, each one a memory… I guess as life changes, we sometimes have to change with it … sorry you have to go thru so much pain… hope it works out for you.


  2. Mart says:

    I too have too many tattoo’s for an 43 yera old father who works in IT, I have had two laser treatments on one in particular, one that has stopped me from removing my top in public for many years.. regret isn’t a strong enough word. I am keen to see the results of your experience with the Neo Mag Light as it looks like a great device, however I cannot find any real independant write-ups about it.. good luck, keep us posted!
    Martin, Epsom, UK


  3. Kevin says:

    😀 I love this! I am the Vice President of Neo Mag Light and I want to extend my many thanks to you for creating this amazing blog site! 😀 You are an amazing winner and I’m sure my bosses will be blessing me for picking you! I know your going to have great results. Let me know if there is anything that I can do for you to help. I will be back linking this site from ours, hope to see more updates :D.


    Kevin Mack


  4. jaclyn babcock says:

    Have you posted any followup? I am interested in purchasing this, but would like to see results from someone else first!


  5. Michael says:

    Hi Michelle,

    Would really like to see or hear from June till now, how your making out with your removal process. I am actually holding off on purchasing until I see some real people showing a real result. Any updates would be greatly appreciated… Michael


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