Saturday, March 2, 2013

Tattoo Removal

Tattoo Removal

Getting a tattoo done seems to be a great idea. However most of the people get it done on a spur of the moment whim. Some prefer doing temporary tattoos whereas there are some others who opt to go for the permanent ones. It has been estimated that about seventy-five percent of people who had permanent tattoo designs done regret later. Once being done, tattoo removal becomes a very difficult affair. Tattoo is for life. There is even a saying--think before inking, which is very true. So, serious considerations need to be taken before you decide the tattoo design for yourself.

Most of the people make the mistake of inking the name of their boyfriend/girlfriend etched into their skins. This is the biggest blunder they do. Sometimes relationships do not last. What happens then? After a painful breakup these people cannot even stand to look at the name of the one's they were in love before. So they want to get it removed! But since it was not temporary tattoos but the permanent types, a lot of hassle, pain, time and cost gets involved for its removal. There are several methods that are used today for removing tattoos. Now let us discuss some of the most common and popular methods of tattoo removal.

Tattoo Removal Cream, apply daily as is instructed by the manufacturers, after tattoo fades, you can sand off the area (only the top layers of skin), make sure to use antibacterial products afterwards. These creams have a varying degree of success and often times it is dependent upon the amount of treatments done by the user and how hard they sand the area. Creams can cost between $20-$150.

Laser Removal, burn the tattoo off with at-home laser removal technology; these kits are usually very inexpensive compared to the professional therapy. However, this low price also means that the therapy may not be as effective. Home Laser Tattoo Removal kits can cost anywhere between $40-$200. These creams break down the ink under the skin. When the ink breaks up, it starts getting reabsorbed in the body. Although this process is bit time consuming but it is a great option for those who do not want to spend much money for removal.