TCA Tattoo Remover and Cheap Tattoo Equipment
Removing a tattoo is serious business and TCA is a serious tattoo removal product. Most people do not know the difficulty and determination required
to rid themselves of deeply deposited tattoo pigment that can be made from plastic, vegetable coloring or mineral salts.
The fact that the ink settles in the skin to a depth approximately equal to the thickness of a nickel and becomes more deeply lodged as years pass
makes the removal what it is, a very difficult undertaking. Deep enough to be difficult, yet shallow enough to make it appear close enough to the
surface to be removed with relative ease and lack of discomfort. Unfortunately there is no way to remove a tattoo without a bit of determination and
But con artists exist, as they always have, and they will say anything to make money. Some tattoo removal products promise that simply by rubbing a
cream or gel on the tattoo once or twice a day for several months you can easily fade or remove the ink as long as you pay them $75 to $100 per
month for the duration of the treatment. Any such claims are, frankly, BS. If these companies could produce such results they would have medical
studies backing up their claims, and believe me you would know about them, but there are no such medical studies because these products do not do
anything but enrich the companies promoting these products. They fade skin pigment and nothing else- not tattoo pigment.
Removal creams will not remove the ink because they don't and can't penetrate deep enough AND skin pigment fade products, which is their primary
ingredient, are totally ineffective on tattoo pigment. Something that can fade a freckle will have ZERO effect on plastic, vegetable coloring or metal
saltsâ€¦it ain't gonna happen. Let common sense be your guideâ€¦if it sounds to good, to easy, then it probably isn't true.
To remove a tattoo requires either a laser, ipl (intense pulsed light), dermabrasion, salabrasion, surge