Wednesday, 11 November 2015


Be honest – are you wondering if home tattoo removal is possible? Many people will tell you it’s not. They are wrong You can remove your tattoo at home safely and painlessly. Here are 5 tips  to help you decide on the method to use.
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Tip 1
Ignore some of the information on the internet. If you want to end up without scars and pain, you should ignore some 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, burn off tattoos with curling wands or irons, use salt or apricot scrub to scrub the tattoo out, or even to use battery acid to burn off the top few layers of skin. Others recommend using bleach (domestic or industrial!) razor blades or dangerous chemicals and acids. Now, I don’t know about you, but as soon as I read you need to have sterilized gauze to hand, I have to look for an alternative. If you need bandages, you are going to bleed and that is going to be painful Then there is the risk of scarring and infection. Enough said?

Tip 2
Talk to friends and family members about home tattoo removal. I guarantee you will get conflicting advice. That is good! It will make you consider the alternative methods of tattoo removal. Is diy tattoo removal really such a good idea for you? Or would you be better paying to have that tat removed? After all, a half removed tattoo is not a pretty sight. (And, it’s always going to remind you that you didn’t finish the job).
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Tip 3
Think about the costs involved. We are told that the most popular method of tattoo removal is by laser. It’s also the most expensive. That is partly due to the investment in the machines. It is possible you could be offered cheap laser tattoo removal at home. While this might sound tempting, you would be wise to turn it down.

In the UK, the use of lasers for cosmetic purposes was de-regulated in 2010. This means anyone can set themselves up in business and offer laser tattoo removal. In the US, the rules differ from State to State. Wherever you are, you would be wise to ask if the person operating the laser is properly qualified to do so. And don’t be fobbed off with the fact that they have medical training. That does not qualify them to use a laser. Ask what specific training they have had on the use of the laser. For example, where they trained, how long the course was and whether it was practical as well as theory. It could be that someone offering cheap laser treatment has bought a laser from China ($2 500) and is looking for business. They may have little training – perhaps only “manufacturer trained”.
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This usually means just following the guidelines in the User Manual that came with the machine and they may want to practice on YOU! (A cheap laser doesn’t have the strength to remove some colours satisfactorily, no matter how many sessions you have). Dermatologists report increases in patients suffering from scars due to poor laser tattoo removal. You don’t want to be one of them! Yes, it would be cheaper to use apricot scrub, salt, a curling wand or battery acid but you need to consider your pain threshold. There is a guaranteed way to remove your tattoo at home, without any risk of pain or scarring. It is scientifically proven and dermatologist approved but you need to be able to.

Tip 4
Set a schedule and stick to it. A tattoo is meant to be permanent. There is no “quick fix”. This is because the tattoo ink is placed into the dermis, the second layer of skin. It’s not as though it’s on the surface and can just be brushed off. No tattoo removal method is “instant.” For example, Surgical methods may need plastic surgery to hide the scars even after the time taken for the wound to heal. Tattoo removal creams take months to fade a tattoo. Many appointments are needed for laser tattoo removal – two years of treatment every 6 – 8 weeks is not unusual. Are you disciplined enough to follow a simple system for a few months? That’s the only way you are going to remove a tattoo yourself at home. Do you have the willpower to set a schedule and stick to it?
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Tip 5
Allow yourself extra time. Mull over these tips. Are there other facts you need to consider? It’s a big decision you are about to make – don’t rush into it. Only you can decide if home tattoo removal is the right option for you.

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Friday, 23 October 2015

Various Ways on How to Remove a Tattoo (Part 2)

This is a continuous from my previous post Various Ways on How to Remove a Tattoo (Part 1).

Method 2: Using Alternative Remedies

Try using salt, or salabrasion
Salabrasion is the term for rubbing a salt solution onto your skin, thereby heating it, and scraping the top layers of skin away, as well as the unwanted tattoo.
  • Salabrasion is an ancient method for removing tattoos, first developed in the Middle East, but modern methods like selective laser removal and dermabrasion are much more effective at removing the tattoo and will prevent excessive scarring of the affected area.
  • The rubbing of your skin with salt will lead to damage to the top layers of your skin or epidermis, as well as very visible scarring. This method can be detrimental to sensitive skin and is not a verified remedy for removing a tattoo successfully.
Research removal creams.
Removal creams are the cheapest and least painful method of tattoo removal: however, their effectiveness depends on regular, diligent use. The Tattoo Removal Institute recommends a couple different creams that may be effective, including TatBGone and Tattoo-OFF.

  • These creams can be expensive and will require 3 to 9 months to fade the tattoo.
  • Keep in mind creams are not as effective as professional removal methods and should be used with caution.
Be aware of the dangers of using an at-home TCA system to remove the tattoo.
TCA or trichloroacetic acid can be used as a chemical skin-peeling agent in at-home removal kits, and could lighten the appearance of the tattoo. However, TCA can lead to health risks like serious burns and injuries due to the application of acid on your skin.
  • While at-home removal kits containing TCA and other skin bleaching agents like hydroquinone or alpha arbutin are a cheaper alternative to professional tattoo removal, their effects will be minimal at best and could cause other serious medical issues.
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The decision to remove your tattoo is a very personal decision and not to be taken lightly. Be cautious and always do your research before removing the tattoo.

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Friday, 18 September 2015

Various Ways on How to Remove a Tattoo (Part 1)

So there's glitter all over your room, pink flamingos in the pool, you smell like a minibar, and that hickey-or-is-it-a-bruise turns out to be a tattoo. If you're looking to forget last Friday night, and remove an unwanted tattoo, there are several methods you can try. Professional methods, though expensive, are far more effective than home remedies and highly recommended.

Method 1: Using Professional Tattoo Removal

Consider laser surgery by a reputable dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon.
Laser tattoo removal is one of the few methods of tattoo removal that does not involve cutting into the skin and instead uses pulses of light at a very high concentration to remove the tattoo.
  • Your dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon will have an initial consultation with you to discuss your treatment options, including how many laser session will be required to remove your tattoo. Thought considered one of the most effective and safest ways to remove a tattoo, laser tattoo removal can cause scarring, blisters or scabbing, as well as pain in the lasered area.
  • Patients are normally given a local anesthetic gel prior to undergoing the laser treatment.
  • Keep in mind professional tattoo removal is considered a cosmetic procedure and will likely not be covered by medical insurance.
Ask your dermatologist about dermabrasion.
In this procedure, your skin will be sprayed with a numbing solution and then sanded down to reveal the unblemished layers of skin underneath the tattoo. This will also allow the tattoo ink to leach out of your skin.

  • You will be given a local anesthetic for this procedure. Bleeding usually occurs and the process can be painful.
  • This method will also set you back upwards of $1000, depending on the size of your tattoo.
  • You'll be sore for a little over a week (or 10 days) after the procedure and will likely be given an ointment to treat the affected area. Keep in mind that like laser removal, dermabrasion may not completely remove the tattoo.
  • This procedure is not recommended if you are prone to scarring or hypo-pigmentation.
Talk to your doctor about surgery.
If your tattoo is small, you may be able to actually remove it (and the skin) entirely.

  • During this procedure, your doctor will take a scalpel and remove it, cinching the edges of the skin together, forming a small scar.
  • If your tattoo is large, this is still an option, but it will take several treatments and possibly a skin graft to remove it.
Ask your doctor about cryosurgery and chemical peels.
In cryosurgery, the tattoo is frozen and burned off with liquid nitrogen. Chemical peels are similar in that they are applied to the skin, causing it to blister, and subsequently peel off.
  • Be aware that cryosurgery and chemical peels may not remove the tattoo completely, and can be very painful procedures. As well, they are not as effective as laser treatment.
Choose a removal method that works for your specific tattoo.
The effectiveness of any professional method is dependent on the abilities of the professional, your skin type and color, your tattoo, and your tattoo artist. Before you go into any procedure, it's important to collect as much information as possible about the best removal option for your specific tattoo.
  • All of these methods will most like result in a scar. But, a scar may be preferable to the tattoo.
  • It may be worth saving your money and investing in professional tattoo removal to ensure you get the best removal results and lessen the risk of scarring or damage to your skin.
Research your dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon. 
They must be a licensed professional and have good references and referrals. If possible, ask your family doctor to refer you to a dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon who specializes in tattoo removal.

Next Method will be continue in my next post.

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Sunday, 30 August 2015

How To Remove a Tattoo Safely

Tattoos are meant to be permanent, but there are still a few methods for removal or concealment

Getting that tattoo seemed like a good idea at the time. But now that blast from the past on your back or tribal band around your arm may seem like a bit of body art you could live without.

If you're ready to get a tattoo removed, you're not alone: According to a 2006 survey in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 24 percent of 18- to 50-year-olds have tattoos, and 17 percent have considered tattoo removal.
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There's good news and bad news when it comes to getting a tattoo removed. The bad news is that tattoos are meant to be permanent, and even state-of-the-art removal techniques won't work for everyone; your chance of success varies with your skin color and the tattoo's pigments and size.

The good news is that you don't have to undergo your mother's tattoo removal technique. The de-inking process has evolved in recent years, from a cringe-worthy, potentially skin-damaging process to a safer, more sophisticated method that uses laser technology.
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In decades past, people trying to get rid of tattoos have gone to extreme measures to de-ink. For example, one technique known as dermabrasion involves scraping away or sanding down the skin. In salabrasion, a salt solution is rubbed into the skin and heated and scraped away. In both cases, when the area heals, the tattoo may be gone, but scars are likely to be left behind.

Surgically removing the tattoo is also likely to leave a scar. The tattooed skin is cut out and the surrounding skin is sewn back together. Occasionally, doctors can perform surgical removals of tiny tattoos.
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Scars are the most common side effect of tattoo removal. However, for some, the removal technique known as scarification is a form of body modification itself, just like tattooing and piercing. Much like a chemical peel removes the top layer of skin, an acid solution is used to remove the tattoo in this procedure. The scar that forms in its place covers up whatever ink remains.

Cryosurgery, sometimes called cryotherapy, has also been used to remove tattoos. This procedure freeze-burns the tattooed skin with liquid nitrogen, which is commonly used to treat warts and other skin lesions.
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None of the above forms of destroying the tattooed skin are recommended, says Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank, M.D., the founder and director of 5th Avenue Dermatology Surgery and Laser Center, in New York City. "You could throw kerosene on it and light a match -- that'd be the same thing."

Some people trying to remove a tattoo with quality-switched, or Q-switched, lasers. The beam of light searches for contrast between skin tone and ink and pulses intensely on the skin to break the ink down into particles small enough for the body to absorb.

"Laser removal is the standard of care," says Frank, but that doesn't mean it's foolproof. "There is no great treatment."
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Will laser treatment work?
Laser treatment works differently for all patients, depending on the tattoo. The greater the color contrast between the ink and skin, the easier the removal will be, says Frank. Black ink on light-skinned people, for example, is the easiest to remove, while fluorescent colors -- green and purple, in particular -- are nearly impossible to erase.

"Patients with tattoos with those colors, I actually try to convince them not to remove it, unless they just want to fade it enough to cover it up with another tattoo," Frank says.
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Smaller tattoos are also easier to remove, as are older tattoos, because the ink is easier to break down. Taking those factors into consideration, patients should expect to undergo five to 12 laser treatment sessions, according to Frank. You will need to wait a month between treatments, so expect the process to last six months to a year.

For Tricia R., 24, the road is a long one. In May 2009, she consulted a plastic surgeon in Indianapolis, Indiana, about removing a tattoo she got at age 19 on her lower back.
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"As I became involved in various activities and organizations at college, I began to realize that my 'tramp stamp' was a huge mistake," she says. "I wasn't proud of my decision and wanted to hide it." Her doctor estimated she would need 20 laser sessions -- more than most people, due to the multiple colors in the tattoo. The entire procedure will cost a couple of thousand dollars, she says.

Laser removal can be painful, and for the first few days after the procedure the treated skin looks like a healing burn.
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"I don't know what hell is like, but during my treatments, I would swear that's where I am," says Tricia, now on her sixth session. "I immediately felt like I was being pelted with hot grease and flicked with rubber bands. It by far is the worst pain I have ever felt in my entire life. On top of the pain, the noise of the laser burning my skin is similar to the noise of bacon frying in a skillet."

Patients should care for the skin like a burn too, applying antibiotic ointment and keeping the skin bandaged, Frank says. For some peoples, compared with older treatments, laser removal leaves little to no scarring, but it may cause allergic reactions in some people. In some cases, the skin around the tattooed area can become discolored or infected, and it is important to shield this vulnerable skin with sunscreen.
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Any scarring or discoloration should be limited to that area, though. "Lasers can target [tattoo ink] without destroying things you want to leave alone, like healthy skin," Frank explains.

Since treatment sessions add up, the cost of laser removal isn't so forgiving on bank accounts. Each session with Frank costs $350. Since a small tattoo is typically $80 to $100, the cost of removal often far exceeds the price tag of the original ink.
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"Despite the pain, time, and cost, I am confident that it will be well worth it when I can look in the mirror and no longer see the evidence of a big regret," Tricia says.

How to camouflage a tattoo
If you're not ready to spring for laser treatments, heavy-duty makeup kits could do the trick. Companies like Tattoo Camo and Tattoo Cosmetics sell cover-up kits. Even mainstream cosmetics companies, like Dermablend, carry products that may be effective in hiding tattoos.

Many websites and infomercials sell over-the-counter tattoo-fading creams, such as Tat B Gone and Tattoo-OFF. Tat B Gone touts removal in three to nine months; a six-month supply sets a patient back about $270.
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The sales pitch is enticing: The creams are easy to use and relatively inexpensive. But the Food and Drug Administration says not to try do-it-yourself products, as they may cause skin reactions. The ingredients active in the fading process are chemical irritants meant to erode the skin, says Frank. The hope is that the body's natural healing processes will dissolve some of the ink as it heals the area, he says.

Whatever technique you use, if you're not happy with the residual coloration or scarring, you could try one more thing – Natural Tattoo Removal.

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Tuesday, 21 July 2015

How To Remove Tattoos At Home With Cream? - Step By Step Natural Tattoo Removal

These are a lot of well-guaranteed steps that you should follow for removing your tattoo as less painfully as possible and totally in safety. You should take your tattoo off with the following simple steps at home. This is among the most powerful home remedies that are well-known to fade a tattoo naturally. 

1. Making Up Your Mind: 
You should ensure that you really want to remove your tattoo and that you will not regret about it. If you have started this process, you will not be able to go back. If you feel that is a mistake to get tattooed in haste, you should remove it on impulse. You need to take a careful, hard look at the tattooed region in your mirror. After all, you just should go ahead if you are sure that you really want to remove the tattoo. 
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2. Gathering The Items:
If you are determined whether or not remove the tattoos, you should gather all the tools that are needed for the removing process. These contains:
  • A sterile bandage or gauze
  • A shaving razor
  • A hand towel
  • A bowl of water
  • An unscented antibacterial soap/sudsing emulsion agent
  • A gauze sponge
  • A cup containing 2 tbsp of ground salt
  • An antibiotic cream
3. Boiling Water: 
You should pour boiled water into a medium-sized bowl to disinfect it. Then, allow the water to cool until you can proceed to the next steps. 

4. Shaving The Region:
You will need to shave the inked region to eliminate hair on it. This will make the process less painful and more efficient.
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5. Cleaning The Area:
You should use a sudsing emulsion agent or non-fragrant antibacterial soap with slightly warm water to wash your tattooed spot. This will help to disinfect the skin area that you want to clear. Then, you need to use a hand towel to dry the area. You should ask a doctor to recommend a good antibacterial sudsing emulsion agent to achieve good results. 

6. Applying Warm Compresses:
You need to moisturize a piece of cloth or towel by dipping it into boiled water. You should press the moist, warm cloth onto the tattooed area to make it wet slightly. This will speed up the tattoo removing process and make it much more easily with not too much pain. 

7. Salinating Water And Sponge:

You should dip the gauze sponge into the still warm water to moisturize it. Then, you need to roll it through a small ground salt pile repeatedly. This will salinate the water absorbed in it. In fact, salt from the ground is an efficient exfoliating agent that if you rub it over your skin, you will be able to eliminate many layers of the latter. You just need continue to roll the sponge till salt stops dissolving. 

In fact, the removing process can leave scars if you do it not carefully enough. Thus, I recommend you learning ways to clear scars and skin tags.

8. Rubbing The Tattoo:
You need to use the wet sponge to rub the tattooed area within about 30 to 40 mins or until the skin looks crimson. After that, you should allow the sponge to dry naturally itself. You will be able to feel a bit painful after rubbing because the salt will work as an anesthetic. 

9. Cleaning The Area:
You need to wait within 2 hours. When the inked area has dried, you need to wash it with cold water thoroughly within about 5 to10 mins. You will see some ink washed away when you soak the spot within water and rinse it. If your see your skin is bleeding, you should soak a clean hand cloth in hydrogen peroxide and cover area to stop bleeding fast. You can also apply vitamin E on the inked region to decrease the risk of scar tissue and speed up the healing process. Vitamin E will also help to relieve inflammation of tissues and the pain. 

10. Covering The Spot:
You need to allow the tattooed region to dry itself. You can also use a clean hand cloth to dry the region before applying antibiotic cream onto it. You should use a sterile gauze or bandage to cover the area and hold it with the first aid tape. This can help to protect your skin area from infection. 
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11. Checking For Infection:
You should take the dressing off after 3 days for checking the removed skin area. If the region has reddened or turned to be extremely painful, might be it is infected. It will be needed for you to ask a physician if you suspect a case of infection. 

12. Repeating Treatment:
If you see small formation of scab, you will have to wait the scab for falling off. The tattooed region will be lighter than other areas. You should repeat this process until you see the ink significantly faded. This process can work for both old and fresh, as well as color and black-and-white tattoos.

13. Points To Note: 
  • You should apply a strip of sterile gauze and also antiseptic ointment on the treated area after each application.
  • You should use ground salt instead of sea salt because it can hurt your skin. 
  • If you have recently cut or hurt the area in some way, it will be sensible to avoid this remedy as salt will cause pain if your skin is torn. 
  • This process can leave large scars if you carry it out in improper way. 

If you are not sure whether or not you can do it the right way, you should call for professional help instead of removing tattoo naturally by your own at home. The spot can feel itchy and numb for many days after the treatment session. Nevertheless, the results will be worthwhile if you are ready to deal with such issues.

All of the above tips on how to remove tattoos at home are proven to work effectively for a lot of people. I have studied them for a long time, and now, I am glad to share them with anyone who desires to clear skin from unwanted tattoos within a short time. 
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If you feel the tips on how to remove tattoos at home I offer in this article are really useful for your current expectation, just feel free to leave all your comments/feedbacks at the end of this post. We appreciate your contribution and will respond all as soon as possible.

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Saturday, 27 June 2015

How To Remove Tattoos At Home With Natural Ingredients (Part 3)

8. Cream:
There are many separate replies about the effectiveness of removing tattoos with creams. While some people have achieved great results with certain brands, some others just found little results when using them. You should ensure that you did some personal research about cream before deciding to use it to get rid of your spot. Tattoo removal cream will seep into the tattooed region and break the pigment of your skin. This will help you eliminate the ink layers that are embedded along with the pigment. Nevertheless, people who have thick or hard skin are less likely to get advantage from this usage. The reason for this is that the body will meet difficulty when absorbing the ointment and breaking down the pigment. 
You will get just a little chance of experiencing unwanted side-effects from using creams to remove tattoos if you use a reputed and trusted brand. It is normal that people who have sensitive skin will be likely to experience rashes with creams.

9. Apricot Scrub Method:

The apricot scrub method is often performed with salt to act as an exfoliation. This method involves mixing the salt and apricot scrub and rubbing on the tattoo. The salt is supposed to act as an abrasive and the apricot scrub would remove the ink. However, this method is only good at fading parts of the tattoo and not actually removing it completely.

10. Sandpaper Method:

The sandpaper method, also known as dermabrasion is the method of rubbing the area and peeling away the skin. Most people who try this method use sandpaper and aloe vera to rub the skin and break down the ink pigments. By simply using sandpaper, you will not reach the ink since it is in the dermis. You will end up causing a lot of bleeding, possible infection, and a lot of pain if you try to sandpaper your tattoo off.
In fact, you should also learn useful tips to get healthy and beautiful skin because before and after the removing process, your skin should be taken care well.

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