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Home Tattoo Removal Aka DIY Tattoo Removal – “What You Should Know”

October 14th, 2008

Home Tattoo Removal or DIY tattoo removal is becoming more well known, has gained respect and is greatly increasing in popularity around the world.

While it used to be a fact that most Home Tattoo Removal methods always caused scarring and severe pain, this no longer has to be true, especially with all that has been recently learned about tattoo removal.

A Tattoo can turn out to be a mistake that will seemingly last a lifetime. You may have gotten a tattoo during a tattoo fad or maybe even while you were intoxicated or not in the right state of mind. Now you’re to the point that you no longer want the tattoo and you are trying to find an inexpensive way to remove it.

Tattoos can be undesirable for many reasons. It makes it harder to get a job if you have tattoos and many people think tattoos are “trashy.” It is ideal to think people should not judge a person for having tattoos, but in all reality many people do!

Tattoo removal can be very expensive when done by a professional. It can cost up to triple the amount (if not more) of what you paid for the tattoo. Some of the professional tattoo removal techniques that are available are: surgical removal, skin grafting and dermabrasion.

All of these tattoo removal procedures are extremely time consuming and usually very painful. Nearly half a million people spend this extra time and money on getting their unwanted tattoos removed every single year. Even with professional tattoo removal complete removal of the tattoo is extremely rare.

This is why Home Tattoo Removal or DIY tattoo removal is becoming a more well known and respected procedure.

There are some excellent do it yourself tattoo removal techniques that are just as effective, if not more effective than getting your tattoo removed professionally. All tattoo removal processes take time and patience and it is important to stick with the routine if you want to say goodbye to your tattoo.

One of the newest and most effective Home Tattoo Removal techniques is called Fade Away. Fade Away works by applying a series of creams to the tattoo. Like I mentioned before it must be done consistently to be the most effective. The Fade Away works by breaking down the ink in your skin and letting the ink be disposed of by your body. This method seems to be the least expensive and less painful method available for DIY tattoo removal. There are many different types of Fade Away creams that can be purchased worldwide.

Believe it or not, another do it yourself tattoo removal method that is becoming more recognized is the laser removal. Laser removal was previously only preformed by licensed physicians but now can be done in your own home.

It is important to be very cautious when using a laser removal product. There must be appropriate gear worn while performing the procedure. If everything is not done exactly how the manufacturers of the laser state on the product instructions, there could be major physical injury to you and the person helping you to remove the tattoo. Laser removers can be very costly but are effective.

Laser removal equipment, when used properly, breaks down the ink in the skin to where it is small enough for your body to break it down. Laser removal methods can be very time consuming and painful.

In order to decide the best method for your DIY Tattoo Removal it is important to determine the size of the tattoo, the location of the tattoo on the body, what colors are used in your tattoo and how deeply the ink has penetrated into the skin.

If the tattoo is located in a place where the skin is very thin, like on the ankle or the top of the foot, it would be ideal to go with the Fade Away creams as they wouldn’t be nearly as painful as the laser removal method.

If the tattoo is deeply penetrated into your skin it would be ideal to go with the laser removal as it can get deeper into your skin to break down the tattoo ink. Whatever the method there are health risks involved and it would be ideal to check with your physician before beginning the treatment.

Regardless of what option you would like to try, it is important that you find the removal technique that works best for you, not the guy down the street. We are all individuals, and therefore, we react differently to different products.

If you would like to get more information to help you make a more informed decision, as well as see what other options you have, visit http://www.tattoos-away.com/index.html

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