Tuesday, 15 October 2013

How To Remove Tattoos Naturally?

Many people wonder how to remove tattoos at home so that they can avoid going into surgery to get the unwanted ink surgically removed. Laser surgery and dermabrasion are two surgeries which will leave anyone with permanent scarring from removing their tattoo, not only that but it is very expensive and even more painful than getting the tattoo put on. Thankfully there have been methods that have arisen on how you can remove your tattoo from the safety of your own home.

Chemical Methods
These methods are the most popular to use since they are less expensive than going in for surgery but they are still expensive to buy the materials for and even worse since they are chemicals you may suffer from reactions and maybe even scarring.

Chemical Peel
  • This method is the method of rubbing a chemical onto your tattooed area. This then burns slowly (a controlled burn) and the skin starts to scab and peel (along with the ink). When the healing process starts again the tattoo will start to fade and after a few sessions you will have removed the tattoo.
  • This method is becoming more widely accepted now but it can take weeks to months to go through depending on the size of your tattoo.

Removal Cream
  • A product that is debated about is the tattoo removal cream. People have claimed that the method works whilst there are also those that say it's just a waste of money and at about $100+ for one bottle that will last you 2 months (this process takes a few months to go through) this could be a problem.
  • The thing I would suggest is doing some thorough research into these creams (they are easy enough to apply) to see which ones work and which ones don't. It is going to be tough because not all the creams will have the same effect for everyone PLUS as it is a chemical cream you will have to make sure that you have no reactions to it so consulting your doctor prior to treatment will be a good choice.

Natural Methods
Yes there are natural methods that you can use to get rid of your unwanted ink! These methods will prevent you from side-effects such as pain, scarring, abrasions and everything else that comes from the painful surgeries and chemical methods that you can use on how to remove tattoos at home.

Tuesday, 1 October 2013

How To Remove Tattoos At Home - Dermabrasion

Creating Your Own Dermabrasion

The diy home variation to the normal dermabrasion tattoo removal method normally will cost for about a thousand to hundred of thousands dollars depending on a various factor of your tattoo. With diy home variation dermabrasion tattoo removal method you will be able to create your own that you can use at home.

What is dermabrasion
This is the method of scraping the skin off of your tattoo to remove the pigments. This method is normally done surgically which is why if you are considering it you MUST BE CAREFUL.

  • Moisten your tattoo area with a warm cloth
  • Place half a cup of salt onto the area, due to the moisture most of the salt should stay on the area instead of falling onto the floor
  • Now rub the salt with the cloth on your skin, after a while the area will become red and start to bleed
  • Once this starts to happen you will want to quickly wash off the salt otherwise it's going to cause a bit of pain
  • Now soak a new cloth in hydrogen peroxide and then dab the bleeding area, this will act as an antiseptic to infection
  • Place some vitamin E on the area (found in any store)
  • Cover the area up with a medical gauze and leave to scab
  • When the scab falls off the ink will be lighter and if needed you can go through the method again to lighten the area even further

Why ground salt?
Ground salt works as an exfoliating agent and can remove several layers of skin when it is combined with water and rubbed onto the skin.

Why hydrogen peroxide?
This chemical agent can help with keeping the area clean against infection which is a number one thing when doing this alone instead of surgically!

Why vitamin E?
Vitamin E is known for helping for faster healing and reducing scar tissue whilst at the same time reducing pain and inflammed tissue.

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