We all make mistakes, but when those mistakes are tattoos, they’re a whole lot harder to forget.
You might regret the pink dolphin you thought was cute when you were seventeen, which doesn’t really match with your half-sleeve of skulls and vines. Or maybe you wish your ex-wife’s name wasn’t permanently etched on your skin.
Well, I’ve got good news for you: with laser removal, a tattoo doesn’t have to be a life sentence.
Laser tattoo removal is the most common tattoo removal procedure. Yet, unless you’ve either had a tattoo lasered off or performed a removal yourself, you probably don’t know too much about it.
If you’re thinking of getting a tattoo removed, keep reading. This article will cover all the basics you need to know before making your decision.
You have a tattoo you regret ever getting, but you’re not sure what to do about it.
You’ve considered laser tattoo removal, but you’ve heard it can be painful. Besides, you don’t really want to spend a year (and a good hunk of cash) on repeated visits to a dermatology or cosmetic surgery clinic to complete the procedure.
There are alternatives, but they sound a lot worse than getting the tattoo lasered off (it’s normal to have second thoughts when you hear the words “acid peel”).
You’re about ready to give up and just live with the tattoo (and the regret) for the rest of your life, but then someone recommends getting tattoo removal cream.
A cream that will erase your tattoo would be the answer to all your prayers: convenient, painless, and probably right within your budget.
It sounds too good to be true.
Maybe it is.
This article will go over everything you need to know about tattoo removal cream. Before you decide to try it out for yourself, read to the end so you know exactly what you’re getting into and what you can expect.
The beauty in tattoos is that they tell a story through body art. For many, tattoos are a way of expressing oneself and the options are endless in that regard. For others though, it seemed like a good idea at the time but now the regret has set in. You want to reverse the process, but you’re afraid of the tattoo removal pain that this could involve.