Searching for home remedies for tattoo removal?

Then you are in good company – there are thousands of people just like you searching the internet every day …

If you are looking for safe, inexpensive and natural ways to remove tattoos, you have come to the right place 🙂

Here is the really good news …

It is possible to remove your tattoos without skin damage from risky, painful and expensive abrasion and laser treatments …

And the good news doesn’t end there 

There is a secret step-by-step method to remove any unwanted tattoo

  • no matter how old
  • no matter what colours were used or
  • how deep and dark they are…

Yes, even turquoise and yellow which you probably know are particularly difficult to remove.

Are these Home Remedies for Tattoo Removal Difficult to Use?

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Worried about the average cost for tattoo removal?

Never thought you’d see the day where you’d want to get rid of your  tattoo?

You and millions of others 🙂

Concerned about how much it is going to cost?

Unfortunately, there’s no simple answer to help you work out the average cost for tattoo removal …

It’s different for every person and every tattoo.

Here’s why …

So much depends on

  • the size and shape
  • the age of tattoo
  • the colours used
  • the type of ink – manufacturers are not required to reveal the ingredients used in tattoo inks
  • the position of tattoo on the body – those furthest from the heart eg ankle – take longer to remove
  • type of tattoo (amateur or professional) which will have influenced the type of ink used and
  • the depth and concentration of ink  – in a cover-up, there is much more ink to remove

When considering the average cost for tattoo removal, it’s easy to follow the crowd.

Most people seem to think that laser removal is the only way to remove a tattoo successfully.

Not so 🙂
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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 that 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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in need of home tattoo removal

Be honest – are you wondering if home tattoo removal is possible?

Many people will tell you it’s just not possible …

But they are wrong 🙂

You can remove your tattoo at home safely and painlessly with a system I have been recommending for more than five years.

This is no “pie in the sky” “here today and gone tomorrow” method …

But it may not be a method that suits you 🙂

Here are 5 tips to help you decide whether home tattoo removal is right for you.

Tip 1. Ignore most of the information on the internet.

But not what I am about to tell you 🙂

Seriously, if you want to end up without scars and pain, you should ignore most of what you read on the internet about home tattoo removal.

There are lots of crazy ideas, some even downright dangerous …

Some people recommend you …

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“Is TCA for tattoo removal dangerous?”

Good question! 🙂

Thousands of people are looking for methods of home tattoo removal and TCA would seem to fit the bill, as

  • you can carry out the treatment at home in your own time
  • you can get hold of the ingredients easily
  • it’s inexpensive.

There are two medical studies which have shown TCA can remove tattoos satisfactorily, but there are risks …

Read on to discover more …

What is TCA and where do you buy it?

TCA is an abbreviation of Tri Chloroacetic Acid.

It is classed as a corrosive substance and dangerous to the environment. Unsurprisingly, it can be a hazardous ingredient to use, as you can damage your skin permanently.
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