Tattoo removal can be a drawn-out and costly process from laser treatment to tattoo cover-ups. However, there are many creams available without a prescription, that can aid in the tattoo removal process at home, through a few simple steps. These creams can be relatively inexpensive and involve simple actions such as applying cream to the tattoo daily, and in some cases, using a device to remove the upper layers of skin.
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Wrecking Balm is a tattoo removal cream that is available in department stores and online without a prescription. This cream is said to break down the ink inside the skin cells and activate the skin's natural regeneration ability to result in new, ink-free skin. The first step involves using a handheld device to gently remove the upper layers of skin. The second step is to apply a chemical serum that breaks down the ink pigments inside the skin. Within four to six weeks, the skin cells regenerate themselves with noticeable results.
Tat B Gone
Tat B Gone is a daily system used to help fade tattoos or permanent make-up within three to nine months. The system is made of three creams to be used in three separate steps. The cream to be used in Step 1 is meant to prepare the tattoo for the treatment. Step 2 is a cream that activates the breakdown of the tattoo's ink. In Step 3, the cream speeds up the fading process of tattoos. Tat B Gone is available in various sizes.
Tattoo-OFF is a specially formulated cream meant to penetrate the skin and erase tattoo inks. This product works well on permanent make-up on the face, as well as tattoos. The formula used in Tattoo-OFF is hypoallergenic and made with natural botanicals, such as aloe leaf juice, calendula flower extract, lemon extract and orange peel. Tattoo-OFF is available in a trial size or in multiple packs, including a kit of three treatments.
Profade is a tattoo removal cream used to fade tattoos over a period of three to nine months. The speed of this process varies depending on the type of ink used, the age of the tattoo, the deepness of the ink and the colours of ink used. This cream is not meant for use on eyes, lips or on wounds. Profade is developed to work in three steps. Step 1 involves wetting the skin and massaging the first cream into the area. Step 2 is a base cream that is applied directly to the clean tattoo area. Step 3 is the cream used for the elimination of the tattoo when applied to the skin in a thin layer.
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