Is tattoo removal a sign that getting inked is fading in popularity?

A Saskatoon doctor says she's seeing more and more people asking for tattoo removal.

A Saskatoon doctor says she's seeing more and more people asking for tattoo removal. Dr. Rose Genesis says they either don't want them any longer or tattoos aren't allowed or frowned upon in their workplace. 

A new study shows that tattoo removal is a booming industry in the U.S., worth more than $75-million.

Is this a sign that the tattoo is fading in popularity? Have you had a tattoo removed? Do you have a tattoo you'd like to have removed? What do you think of tattoos? 


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