Tattoos once were forever, but thankfully that’s no longer the case. You can easily transform your uh-oh into a so long in no time at all thanks to the numerous permanent tattoo removal options now available. If you have a tattoo that you no longer want, here are some of the best ways to remove them.
Laser removal is one of the most popular options for removal of a tattoo that you now regret. Laser surgery to remove a tattoo takes several visits and several weeks to complete. The laser is used to break the pigments in the tattoo down so that it is no longer visible. Laser removal is relatively safe with few risks, however, the cost is always of consideration.
The easiest, most affordable and safest way to remove a tattoo is to actually just cover it up. There are many ways that you can do this. One way is to use makeup, although this can become quite the hassle to do every day and may also be expensive since it takes a great deal of quality makeup to cover a tattoo. Clothing may also conceal the tattoo no-no on your skin. Of course, the best of these cover up options is the use of temporary tattoo. A temp tattoo is easy to apply with water and a little bit of pressure and can be removed in a few days with soap. You can add a new temporary tattoo whenever you’d like, so you’re not stuck with the tattoo that you no longer want nor are you making any more decisions that you might later regret. Although these options do not permanently remove the tat, they do remove them from your eyesight as well as that of onlookers. And, it is far less risky!
Dermabrasion is an option for removing a tattoo, but it is also one that most people would rather not use because it can be irritating to the skin. Dermabrasion may also cause scarring of the skin.
Although there may be some creams on the market that work to minimize the color of the tattoo, the majority of these creams are nothing more than a waste of your money and should be avoided. They may cause skin irritation or other problems as well so avoid all of the trouble and do not use them at all.
A tattoo cover up is also an option for removal of a tattoo that you no longer want. You can choose a new style and design that is all you and say farewell to the last tattoo. The cost of a cover up tattoo may be a bit more than the cost of a regular tattoo, so do keep that in mind when choosing someone for your tattoo cover up.
We all make mistakes, but fortunately tattoos are no longer one of those permanent mistakes thanks to the incredible number of removal options now available. The best of those options are listed above. Which tattoo removal option is best for your needs?
I'm Gary, professional blogger and social media consultant with 3+ years experience. In addition, i'm a freelance online marketer practicing conversion optimization techniques. I'm always online via Twitter, you can catch me with your cool ideas.