Saturday, September 22, 2012

Why remove a tattoo?

Removing a tattoo is much like getting a tattoo. The people who are the most satisfied are those who have considered their goals and done their research.  Just like getting a well-done tattoo, a successful removal takes collaboration with a well-trained professional. 

There are some important things to consider when deciding to remove or alter a tattoo. 

Good reasons for considering laser tattoo removal are:

To get rid of a tattoo that no longer represents the person you have become. Life is a long journey that changes not only people, but their situations and the people who surround them. 

To get rid of a tattoo that has become associated with a bad experience. People say their tattoo makes them feel marked and unable to move on. 

To get rid of a badly done or disappointing tattoo. Misspellings in permanent ink or a 4-leaf clover that looks like broccoli are just wrong. A tattoo should make you feel proud.

To fade a tattoo for a better cover up. Sometimes tattoos are outgrown or just too old-style, and a new tattoo in the same location is wanted.  

To remove parts of a tattoo. You may love the artwork, but the tattoo's lettering needs updating or some other elements removed.

A bad reason to remove a tattoo is to make someone else happy. It's your body and mind. There is a good chance you will regret it later, when that person is no longer in your life.


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    1. I have gone through a laser tattoo removal (in Montreal and California) and I would absolutely NOT recommend anyone to do it…

      If you go through the usual laser removal methods. Which I do not recommend, not only that it will leave marks on your skin, so in reality, the tattoo will still be kind of visible if you know where to look. It is a very long process. And to be honest, very costly.

      I had a hook up from a friend, and I have only paid 4000$ for 12 sessions. Which is a whole lot of money, but if I had to pay the full price, I would spend at least 6500$.

      This also depends on where do you live, but in general, it is costly. And it took ages to finish, they have recommended me at max one session per month. So I have ended up getting rid of this tattoo for more than a year and a half, and to be honest, the tattoo was quite small. It was significant as a can of coke. If I had a more massive tattoo, it would take a longer time and more session, which means more $$$$.

      Laserless tattoo removal is where it's at.

      Unfortunately, at the time of my tattoo removal, I did not know this, I know about this only thanks to my brother, which bought this program last year.

      This has a few pros and few cons. It works, and he was able to do it himself. Well, you have to do it yourself or ask someone to do it for you.

      It is a long process, but I believe he has spent just a couple bucks on this ebook. It is definitely way cheaper than any tattoo removal cream I have bought.

      And how long it will take to remove the tattoo with this method varies from person to person, their age and their skin. My brother got rid of his tattoo with in four months, I believe, and his tattoo was at least twice as big mine was.

      I am not sure, if he were supposed to do something to treat it every day, I would have to call him about it, but hey it works and out of all of these options it is the cheapest one and yes you might spend more time on this than on laser removal, but your tattoo will be gone sooner than if you would go with the laser removal option.

      To be honest, I do not know that many things about this, but I just did a quick google search and here is a great review of it:

      To my knowledge, this is the only 100% natural option out here in 2019 to get rid of your tattoos.

      I really hope this helps someone out there.

      Good luck!


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