Did you know that aesthetic laser technology has the ability to change lives?

What you may not know is that Quanta Aesthetic Lasers is committed to putting our lasers in the hands of people who want to help change lives. In fact, many Quanta laser owners already perform aesthetic procedures for those in need and we couldn’t be more proud.

Philanthropy

 

TRANSFORMING AESTHETICS isn’t just the corporate slogan of Quanta Aesthetic Lasers, it is a promise. Laser technology has the potential to transform lives for the better when it gets into the right hands and is used on those who need it most. Quanta recognizes that providing access to these treatments is a difficult challenge to overcome. With this in mind, we feel we have a tremendous responsibility to partner with those who can truly make a difference. Over the years, Quanta has been honored to donate devices to causes we feel especially devoted to. In fact, we view this opportunity to help not only as our duty, but our privilege.

 

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Justice

Gang Related Tattoo Removal

Photo Credit: CA Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

A major reason formerly incarcerated individuals reoffend is unemployment.

By eliminating as many barriers to employment as possible, you can help to reduce recidivism. Many facilities are doing this by providing vocational training, job readiness programs, and other evidence-based practices. But what about tattoo removal?

Studies show that visible, antisocial or gang-related tattoos adversely impact a qualified candidate’s chances of finding gainful employment. These tattoos are often accompanied by a level of regret and a strong desire to remove them.

For many reasons, facilities are acquiring tattoo removal equipment. From increasing the success of reentry, to saving money, to giving individuals a fresh start, the benefits of offering tattoo removal within your facility are astounding.

 

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Sex Trafficking

Human trafficking primarily involves exploitation which comes in many forms,including forcing victims into prostitution, subjecting victims to slavery or involuntary servitude and compelling victims to commit sex acts for the purpose of creating pornography. While difficult to obtain accurate statistics due to the nature of human trafficking, it is estimated that between 20 and 30 million individuals are currently being exploited.

Many of these victims have been involuntarily tattooed or branded. This functions as a way to designate or imply ownership. These tattoos serve as a constant reminder of the horrific things experienced for those who are fortunate enough to break free from this vile practice.

These tattoos are typically placed on a prominent area of the body for easier identification, which makes truly moving on with one’s life all but impossible, by removing them, it is our hope that these individuals can begin to heal.

“Every time that you had to get dressed and undressed, you would have to look at that tattoo and know where it came from…I knew the loneliness, the embarrassment, and I was so angry that life had done to you what it had done to me,” says a recipient of an involuntary tattoo.