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Anonymous: I think if you want a tattoo removed then you should first decide before you have one done! In England and probably world wide a place called 'Sk:n' do Laser removal but it will probably cost you in the region of £2000 to complete and some colours can be literally impossible to remove-depending on the size and colours of the ink. It can take (in some cases) up to two years to completely remove, so as I said before you really need to be positive you want to be inked!
Just rub it out ...
Had to add this one never had one removed i hear laser's o.k but depends on colour of ink and age of tattoo , also can be real expensive. worst thing i've ever heard of is 'wreaking balm' - have you heard of this? it eats flesh apparently. where the hell did they even buy that from?!!!!! someone on fb said they used it on a neck tattoo. must be insane.
my boyfriend has the SAME problem, he's gone to so many sessions and it's faded a little but thats it! his tattoo is green and they said that colored tattoos are actually harder to remove than black ones! i thought it would be gone from him too with the amount of sessions he's gone too. seriously, i think you should just get another tattoo over it to cover it up....it would be less painful and it would cost a lot less. Have you ever seen Angelina Jolie's arm? She got a black tattoo of a dragon removed from her arm but you can still see it slightly! So even someone like her who has tons of money still couldn't get it removed completely!
i never noticed that about angelina jolie - shit if she can't afford to get it done properly, then who can ! the lighter the ink, the easier it is to remove though, so black's always going to be a bitch to get rid of - certain reds have been known to release toxins when broken down by laser, so look into that one first, and all the others seem to have different levels of success. but i only know of laser treatment - the others looks completely wrong especially that dermabrsion technique which just looks like torture. good luck with whichever method you choose - there's bound to be new innovations in tattoo removal just round the corner as it looks like there's going to be a big demand for it when people start to work out what bad work some of them have got just to fit in !
Lazer method definately works, but not to total remove, and definately hurts sometimes :>. i never heard of the other methods before - i would like to know more about cryosurgery, so if you know more please pst it !! :> xx
I'm not into tattoo removal... but my advice to all it's to try with a cover.
Removal its too expensive n painful.
oh,I heared that tattoo removal is hurtful
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I heard about tattoo removal by using laser but I heard that it's so painful.