What to know how to remove a tattoo? One out of three people regret their tattoos and want to get rid of them. That statistic comes from the British Dermatological Association. The numbers in the US are similar as well, which has turned the modern tattoo removal industry into the big, booming cash cow it is. The American Medical Association has been quite happy about this. They have gone on to train an army of MDs to capture what was traditionally a simple, naturally focused industry.
The All-Natural Option
You may be surprised to know that all-natural tattoo removal is not only possible, but it has been used far before lasers were even invented. In fact natural methods have been around since tattoos themselves!
Now this didn’t happen overnight. Just like laser removal, the best results happen after a certain amount of time. There’s a huge difference between this method and laser though. This man had his medium/large arm tattoo removed for just a few dollars at home.
If he went to a clinic, I can tell you a tattoo of that size would’ve cost him about $300 per session with a minimum of three sessions, most likely four. $1,200, in other words.
How did this man remove that tattoo for only a few dollars?
Salabrasion is one of the techniques I use with my clients, and also teach to people looking to remove their tattoos at home without my direct involvement.
Salabrasion basically accelerates the skin’s natural exfoliation process – that is the automatic removal of the top layers of the skin. By accelerating the process, we can go deeper down to where the tattoo ink is normally hidden away, and bring those ink layers up to the top where they are then rubbed away with a simple skin exfoliating mixture.
The downsides of the Natural Tattoo Removal
Salabrasion takes weeks, not days, for the tattoo to fully remove. So if you’re in a hurry, you may need to try another technique. But if you have a few weeks to fade and eventually eliminate your tattoo, this is one of the very best methods. It’s cheap, pain-free, and can be done with ingredients found at the house or in the grocery store.
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