Smooth™ was founded and is run by one of New York City’s premier tattoo removal specialists, Carol O'Brien. Carol stays abreast of new developments and advances in cosmetic laser technology and prefers the Candela Gentlelase Alexandrite Laser and Revlite Nd:YAG lasers for their efficacy and safety in cosmetic use.
Based on an initial consultation, a custom removal program is designed to meet the needs of each new client. The customized removal program will guide clients through every step of treatment, including follow up care and pain management. Services offered by Smooth™ include: tatoo removal, laser hair removal, spider vein removal, pigmented lesion removal.
Conveniently located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, Smooth™ serves the entire New York area offering comprehensive laser removal for unwanted tattoos, hair, spider veins, pigmented lesions and more using state of the art technology including the Candela Gentlelase Alexandrite and the Revlite Nd:YAG lasers.
For tattoos, a specialist will use Revlite Q-switched Nd:YAG and Candela Q-switched Alexandrite lasers to ensure complete removal, regardless of the colors involved. The length and amount of treatments required for tattoo removal will vary based on the size and design of the tattoo being removed.More Info
A specialist will use an Candela Gentlelase Alexandrite Laser to destroy unwanted hair at the root, resulting in long-term hair removal. Treatment may be completed in a single session and is generally more effective on light complected individuals with darker hair. Unfortunately, it is ineffective on gray and blond hair.More Info
With pigmented lesions, commonly freckles, liver spots, brown age spots and brown birthmarks, the laser will be used to target the abnormally high concentrations of melanin in the lesion. Treatment may be completed in as little as one session.More Info
For spider veins, a specialist will target the affected veins with the laser. Laser technology has consistently delivered promising results in spider vein removal. One to two sessions are generally sufficient for effective treatment.