Get Started!

Start your tattoo removal at our next clinic held on the second Saturday of each month.

Help Keep Our Programs Going!

Our programs are able to continue changing people’s lives because of the efforts of our volunteers and donors. Help us to continue offering low cost tattoo removal and youth empowerment programs by donating on our GoFundMe page.

Tattoo Removal Program

We provide low-cost tattoo removal to those who are financially oppressed, and we would welcome those of you who are more financially privileged to get your tattoo’s removed here as well. We will give you a great price and your dollars go towards Community Violence Recovery Programs.

Schedule (Book Online)

You must call 562-945-9111 to make an appointment. Reminder calls and e mail blast for clinic happen the week of clinic.

  • March 14, 2015 8:00 amWhittier Tattoo Removal
  • March 14, 2015 1:00 pmWhittier Tattoo Removal
  • April 11, 2015 8:00 amWhittier Tattoo Removal
  • April 11, 2015 1:00 pmWhittier Tattoo Removal
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Other Services (Full Calendar)

These services are held at SCCC, please see map below.

Clean Slate LA offers a number of other services that can help you get a fresh start in life. Please don’t hesitate to ask about the following:

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  • March 6, 2015 5:00 pmProject Fatherhood
  • March 6, 2015 5:00 pmTeen Violence Prevention
  • March 6, 2015 7:30 pmRage Resolution
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Last client for Valentine's Day and Presidents Day Weekend did our drawing for 50% off and 100% off next laser tattoo removal treatment! #CleanSlateLA.org ...

2 weeks ago

Our clients go through a lot of pain during laser tattoo removal. We once had a box of sqeeze stress toys we were down to our last one...the banana. Today it took on a large stomach tattoo and lost, and the client survived. We need new stress squeeze toys. Please send donations of stress relief squeez toys to 1955 N. Red Rock Dr. Walnut CA 91789. Our medical staff tried to save our banana on behalf of the clients. ...

2 weeks ago

My dilemma as the Founding Director of CleanSlate is the desire that clients have to want the power increased on the laser and what is realistic and safe. When treating a tattoo for the first time, with dark ink the laser pops loudly and is attracted to the ink in a powerful way and it is amazingly painful even with numbing cream. As the ink lessens and lightens the laser will not sound the same or feel the same. Basically it will hurt less, look different and raise the skin. I often struggle with wanting to ask the medical staff to turn the power up and please the clients. The medical staff always remind me and in turn we remind the clients that if we increase power without much ink what we are risking is perminantly damaging the skin. Do we know clients get frustrated? Yes and for CleanSlate Inc. frustration is better than proceeding in a potentially physically damaging process. Trust us, we have no reason to extend your treatments. We basically lose or break even financially with every tattoo we treat. We want you to stay healthy, happy and feeling that we took excellent care of you. You deserve having the best quality though not always the quickest results. Respectfully, Marianne Diaz and the CleanSlate Inc. Medical staff. ...

2 weeks ago

Carla RodriguezWell said :)2 weeks ago

Munira Jayneyou guys are amazing.2 weeks ago

Over five years ago one of our clients donated a huge role of Palette Wrap which we use to assist in the numbing cream do its thing. Once applied the numbing cream "EMLA" has to be sealed by the clear wrap around and over the area we are going to laser. The cream is optimal after an-hour or more. This palette wrap has served over 4,800 clients. Thank you for donating the wrap to all of us ...

2 weeks ago

CleanSlate Inc. CLINIC today. For a holiday weekend (Presidents Day) and it being Valentine's Day, our clients showed up anyway because they are committed to the changes they want to make in their life. ...

2 weeks ago

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