Astonished to discover there are laser tattoo removal dangers?

Since laser tattoo removal first became available in the 1990’s, it has become the most popular way to get rid of a tattoo.

And there are plenty of customers 🙂
Surveys show that more than 50% of the people who have a tat later regret it and want it removed.

The sad fact is that while it is very easy and relatively inexpensive to get at tattoo, removal can be very costly and take months, often years.

Then there is the method of removal to choose…

  • Some methods are more painful than others.
  • Some leave more scars than others.
  • Some are much more expensive than others.

How does laser tattoo removal work?

 Finding “tattoo removal near me” is probably easier than you think 🙂

And what could be nearer to you than removing your tattoo, safely and painlessly at home?

If you laughed, or said “In your dreams” I quite understand, but read on to see I am 100% serious 🙂

But if you are in a hurry, or very sceptical 🙂 watch this video

You have a number of choices when it comes to removing your tattoo. Bear in mind that

  • one of the limiting factors is the position of the tattoo you want removed e.g. if it’s on your neck or wrist, for example, excision (cutting the tattoo out), may be out of the question.
  • another limiting factor might be the costs involved.

There are detailed articles on this site about the different methods of tattoo removal. The usual methods of tattoo removal are by

You probably know the most popular method of tattoo removal today is by laser … more info on this in a moment 🙂

Of course, the cheapest “tattoo removal near me” methods are the home based, but …

Some of these methods are not to be recommended from the point of view of pain and inevitable scars:

  •  salabrasion
  • dermabrasion (that’s like salabrasion, but using harsh ingredients like apricot kernels, pumice or brown sugar to abrade the skin instead of salt),
  • bleach of various types,
  • burning etc etc

Here’s one to consider …

Have a look at a pain free, scar free home method for tattoo removal I have been recommending for more than five years 🙂

The originator of the system is a Professional Tattoo Artist and Cover-up Specialist … and  he has just produced a safe tattoo removal cream you can use at home 🙂

It will remove black tattoos in about four months.

Then there are medical methods of tattoo removal like cryosurgery or excision – you need to talk to your health professional about these.

You might want to consider TCA with a dermatologist. (Definitely not to be recommended as a home method of tattoo removal).

Don’t know your nearest dermatologist?

It would be quite straightforward to google “tattoo removal near me” to find one in your local area.

Then there is laser tattoo removal …

Here’s what I suggest…

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Tattoo removal cost is googled by thousands of people every month …

Perhaps you feel you have…

  •  outgrown your tattoos,
  •  find them an embarrassment,
  •  are tired of having to cover them up at work
  •  or some other reason 🙂

A little research on the internet may lead you to believe laser tattoo removal is the only answer…

It isn’t.

But it is the choice of many people, even though it is the most expensive …

Because they don’t know you can remove your tattoo safely and painlessly at home

There are a variety of methods of tattoo removal – each comes with it’s own cost, positive and negative points.

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Struggling to work out the cost of laser tattoo removal?

Let me help 🙂

It can seem very complicated, but it’s not if you take it stage by stage.

Most websites give the cost of laser tattoo removal based on the size of the tattoo you want to get rid of…

  • small
  • medium
  • large and
  • extra large.

And the prices can sound very reasonable … you heave a sigh of relief …

But sometimes there’s a catch you need to be aware of …

They are only giving you the price for only one session.

You’re going to need to multiply that many times to get rid of your tattoo.

It’s not all bad news, though – read on to discover the secret an “industry insider” told me …

It will save you time, pain and money 🙂

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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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