Here’s my genuine Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide Review …

Wow! It was so exciting …

The promise in the title was amazing:

“The Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide shows you how to remove your tattoo within 2-4 weeks, without damaging the skin.”

When Dorian first contacted me about his new guide, I couldn’t wait to read it …

For five years, I have been recommending an excellent book, “Get Rid Tattoo Yourself”…

Which shows you how to remove tattoos at home without damaging the skin, and is

  • scientifically proven and
  • dermatologist approved.

But it takes about 4 – 6 months to remove all black tattoos … even longer to remove those with colours.

Dorian must have some remarkable breakthrough, I thought 🙂

I replied, asking him to email me a copy to review … which he did …

I was so excited when the 66 page e-book arrived … what was this new breakthrough?

First impressions

The first 7 pages were the usual copyright, warnings and disclaimer, followed by 4 pages of “Table of Contents.”

Pages 8 and 9 were a brief history of tattoos and reasons why you might want to get rid of a tattoo.

The bottom of page 9 stated “Throughout this guide, you’ll discover detailed natural tattoo removal methods that’ll permanently make your tatt disappear without harming your skin in the process.”

And I’m thinking – “Yes! yes! – tell me more!” 🙂

Dorian went on to explain …

“Why natural methods trump laser, abrasion and creams” and gave a very brief account of why you want to get a tattoo removed and how tattoos are put into the body in the first place …

Pages 13-20 were on laser tattoo removal and the dangers, much of which he had already covered in the sales video …

I was getting impatient for the “good stuff”… the breakthrough …

On page 20, he states ” Removing a tattoo is no longer a painful experience” and goes on to ask “Did our ancestors have access to lasers?”

(Nope, of course they didn’t … they used salabrasion and dermabrasion … and pretty brave and stoical they must have been … if you have a strong stomach, have a look at a pic of a part complete salabrasion)

He has a short paragraph on the dangers of some tattoo removal creams ...

He states, quite correctly, that dangerous ingredients are used in some brands … and sometimes these ingredients are not even listed (which is true).

On page 22 and 23, he gives some info on natural ingredients you can use …

And gives advice on preparing the skin for tattoo removal.

(Yes! Yes! we know about all of that! …

I’m beginning to get a bit anxious … where’s this breakthrough I’m waiting for?) …

Eventually, on page 26, we get into the methods and ingredients he recommends … and guess what?

Method no 1 is …did my eyes deceive me?

…… Salabrasion ……

” Not everyone responds well to the idea of having their skin sanded or scraped” he states …

(What an understatement!)

He advises you to scrub the tattoo with water and granular salt for 25-30 minutes … cover with sterile bandages and remove only after 3 days.

On page 28, he tells you to wait until “the scab falls off”… is it just me? Doesn’t that mean you have damaged the skin?

Nothing new here …

We are back to the old dermabrasion and salabrasion techniques …

I’m very disappointed.

Page 33: Sand powder and rough grinding stone are ” one of the cheapest and most accessible forms of dermabrasion you can try at home.”

He goes on to say “Essentially sand powder removes the top layer of skin so you may feel some discomfort when you use it for the first time” –  I’ll bet you do – every time!

The absolute classic is Page 42 where he recommends using sand paper to remove your tattoo …

“Remember rubbing your skin with sand paper is a painful experience and not suitable for every person.”

Talk about stating the obvious!

He details how to use lemon juice and pumice stone, honey, lime juice, brown sugar, aloe etc etc

For each one of those processes, you have to get  down into the dermis, the second layer of skin, which is where the tattoo ink has been embedded. That’s why you bleed!

It is going to be very painful !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

He goes on to mention the various kinds of acid peel, and discusses dermatologists using them (Page 45) … and then suggests how you might use them at home… (Page 49).

He covers using TCA at home with no recommendation of the concentration.

Page 55: “Creating Your First Home Tattoo Removal Plan” starts with salabrasion and don’t forget to buy bandages … (I thought we weren’t going to damage the skin? Is it just me? Bleeding means the skin has been damaged!)

Page 57: How to deal with possible infections …

Page 59: Post tattoo removal skincare

On page 62 he hopes we have enjoyed reading the e-book … 🙁

And then … he covers ideas for emergency temporary cover ups. He has some sensible ideas, most of which are pretty obvious …

But not missing a trick, he gives his Amazon affiliate link to a wrist lace cuffs as “the most adorable way to cover a wrist tattoo”… costs vary between £6 99 and £24 99 🙂

My conclusion?

Big sighhhhhhhh…

Yes, the methods suggested are laserless …

But they are not

  • pain free and
  • they do break the skin
  • and it will take much longer than 2-4 weeks to remove a tattoo, unless it is an amateur tattoo (where the ink is often not embedded so deeply).

I would be doing you a disservice in this genuine Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide Review if I did not tell you you could find all the info yourself by searching the internet …

I was very disappointed … there was no remarkable breakthrough here …

There are scores of other people giving their view in their “genuine” Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide Review you can read … and compare with mine.

It is very clear to me that the majority of them have never read the e -book, as they are attributing all sorts of “facts” to it, which simply do not exist … and they seem to think that all the Bonuses which come with the book are going to sway you to purchase it.

I am sorry to finish this Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide Review on such a negative note but this  is not an e-book I can recommend 🙁 It does not live up to it’s promise in the title.

If you are not convinced, and would like to see for yourself, order a copy and read it … Dorian does offer  the standard 60 day money-back guarantee via Clickbank 🙂