image of tattoo removal before and after

Worried by many of the tattoo removal before and after pictures?

Prefer people can’t see you’ve had a tattoo removed ? Of course.

Sadly, though, in some cases, the results are disappointing – some people would say disastrous.

This can be for many reasons …

Did you know know that tattoo inks are classified as cosmetics?

It means they are subject to regulation by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

But manufacturers are not required to reveal their ingredients or conduct trials 

And the FDA has noted that many ink pigments used in tattoos are “industrial strength colors suitable for printers’ ink or automobile paint.”

Heavy metals, for example, mercury, lead, and copper may be used for colour.

If you live in California, your tattoo parlour must warn you if the pigment contains heavy metals, which are known to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive problems.

With so little regulation, there are many different formulas in use. This, of course, makes tattoo removal risky. So …

It’s important to remember there are few guarantees when it comes to tattoo removal. There are two certainties though:

  • it will take time and
  • it will cost money.

Stay with me here … it isn’t all gloom and doom!

There is a solution – an inexpensive tried and tested solution which may be just what you are looking for 🙂

If you are in a hurry, check it out here.

Read on to find advice and tips on the best known tattoo removal methods to help you decide which method is best for you.

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Scores of people type “get rid new tattoo” into the Search engines every day. You are not alone 🙂

Many of these people would like to remove that tattoo at home painlessly and cheaply.

Did you notice I said “at home”?

What I am about to share with you is not generally very well known …

That’s for a reason 🙂

You have an advantage …

The ink in a new tattoo will not have had time to become deeply embedded in the dermis, the second layer of skin, so will be even easier to remove, but you will have to let the skin heal first. This is very important.

Surveys show that more than 50% of people who get a tattoo regret it. This may be for many reasons …

And, interestingly, the most popular day for searching for info on “get rid new tattoo” is on a Monday at about 5 pm.

Now, I am sure there are all sorts of reasons for that, but could it be that many of those searching have been inked over the weekend and already regret it?

There is no doubt that a tattoo can be a constant source of embarrassment.

The consequences may be long term – it may effect future relationships, limit your career prospects, even affect your confidence.

You probably already know that it’s quick, easy and inexpensive to get a tattoo, with smaller ones costing $25.

Yes, the tattoo artist is supposed to ask you if you have thought it through.

While it can take a short time to get a tattoo, removal can take months, even years and there are no guarantees – but read on, for I am about to share some good news with you 🙂
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