You have a tattoo you don’t want anymore. Trust us when we say that you’re not alone. As far back as the early 2010s, 100,000 tattoo removal procedures were being performed on an annual basis, increasing steadily by up to 20% each year.
As we know, when a need arises, the market responds. In this case, DIY tattoo removal kits started springing up, mostly on the internet. In our quick fix culture, these might seem tempting, but Dr. Aldridge would like to question against DIY kits, because they could cost you more than you bargained.
First, You Get What You Pay For…
Many of these removal kits contain dangerous acids or dermabrasion agents that remove top layers of the skin. Sometimes these kits will instruct users to incorporate a dermabrasion tool and scrape off the top layers of their skin themselves only to apply a gel of unknown origin directly on the tattoo. Scarring and skin discoloration is a common result.
Tattoo Removal Kits are Practically Doomed to Fail
These kits can’t possibly remove tattoos like they advertise. Professional tattoo inks are deeply embedded within the dermis. Only laser tattoo removal can safely (and effectively) penetrate the skin’s layers to rid your skin of unwanted ink.
Forget Scarring and Unsightliness, You Could Also do Nerve Damage!
Alternate tattoo removal methods that people attempt at home are frightening and damaging. People use saltwater scrubs that have high chances of scarring and infection. People resort to excision or burning, which will leave behind giant scars, bleeding, infection, and cause serious nerve damage that can’t be undone.
Many people even try to remove their tattoos by applying chemical peels. Superficial and even deep chemical peels prove ineffective for complete tattoo removal. If you choose to go DIY on this one, you’ll risk scarring, because abrasive exfoliants pose potential damage and irritation to the skin.
We hope our message is clear: stay away from DIY when it comes to tattoo removal. Laser Tattoo Removal with TattooRemovers.ink is the only way to go.
Outdated and alternative methods are outdated and alternative for a reason. They simply do not work effectively and put users at abject risk. Laser tattoo removal works effectively by targeting color pigment clusters deep within the skin’s dermis (between the epidermis and subcutaneous tissues). Radiated laser light beams get absorbed by tattoo pigment, breaking it up for successful absorption through the body’s natural processes.
Contact TattooRemovers.ink today if you’d like to have your tattoos removed safety and effectively by professionals who do the job every day.