You should really never rush into the decision to get a tattoo removed. There are a few different options available to you but you could regret your decision if you choose rashly. You need to bear in mind, the fact that getting a tattoo removed can be quite expensive and you could also find that the results will vary quite a bit. So before you decide on tattoo removal, you need to think about the following:

 

  • When it comes to choose tattoo removal that you can rely on, you need to make sure that you have chosen a legitimate medical professional. Don’t be fooled into thinking there is any such thing as a magical cream or that you can get instant results. If such treatments were effective then you could be sure that all the other more expensive procedures would not exist.

 

  • If you are planning on consulting with a tattoo removal specialist then you need to make sure that you find out what results you can expect. It is important to remember that this will depend on the size of the tattoo as well as what type of ink was used. There is going to be some evidence of the tattoo left behind so you need to know how much.

 

  • When it comes to getting tattoos removed, you might need multiple treatments and if this is the case then it could work out pretty expensive. If the tattoo can be hidden easily and is not bothering you that much, then it may be wiser to avoid this expense.

 

  • You should be aware that tattoo removal is an uncomfortable procedure but it is not excruciatingly painful. This is something else that you will want to consider before making your choice.

 

  • There can be a great deal of variation in the price different tattoo removal experts will want to charge you. It is best to shop around so that you can be sure that you are getting the best deal. If you can get a good recommendation then this will save you a lot of time and effort.

 

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You may think that this sounds a bit strange but you should consider giving yourself or someone you love a gift of tattoo removal this Christmas. The following are just some of the reasons why you may want to consider tattoo removal-

 

  • Many of us will feel regret about having had a tattoo done as we age. We are more inclined to feel ashamed of it and less inclined to be proud of it. Some people will feel a huge sense of relief if they can actually get rid of their tattoo.

 

  • Some people feel so ashamed of their tattoos that they will have to go to great lengths to hide this body art. So even in very hot weather, you will see these people wearing long sleeved shirts. Once the tattoo is removed however, they are going to feel very free.

 

  • Having tattoos can interfere with a person’s career opportunities. However, this will no longer be the case if they get the tattoo removed.

 

There are a couple of things that people need to think about before rushing out to get their tattoo removed this Christmas.

 

  • It can be very expensive to get a tattoo removed; you need to be aware that there really is no cheap choice. People need to be very wary of internet scams where advertisements promise complete tattoo removal on the cheap. There are no creams that will effectively remove tattoos; this is the equivalent of buying magic beans.

 

  • None of the tattoo removal options are guaranteed to be 100% successful. Nearly every technique is going to leave behind marks but it is just a question of how noticeable this will be. A lot depends on the type of tattoo and the colours used in it. Results also vary a great deal between the different tattoo removal procedures so people will need to consider each one before making a final choice.

 

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A lot of people make hasty decisions concerning tattoos which they will regret later on. If you do get a tattoo then you are going to have a permanent mark on your skin; even if you get it removed later on, you will have a scar as a reminder of what was there. This is not a decision you should rush into. The following are just some of the things you should think about before you decide to get a tattoo.

 

  • It is never a good idea to have someone’s name inked onto your body unless you are related to them by blood. The problem with putting a romantic partner’s name on your body is that it is usually the kiss of death for the relationship. You will then have to deal with having someone’s name on your body. Nearly everyone who gets the name of another person on their body will regret having it done because you probably won’t feel the same about this person in about ten years time.

 

  • When we are in our late teens and early adulthood we can be very drawn to causes. It is quite common for young people to have very strong political feelings or have strong opinions about other things. Turning these views into art on our bodies can be a huge mistake because it may be the case that you don’t have the same feelings as you get older. What could happen is that you will end up with a tattoo symbolising something that you really don’t care about anymore.

 

  • Another thing that people do is they get a tattoo that is deliberately offensive. We all go through our rebellious stage but as the years go by, the main person this tattoo offends will be ourselves.

 

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These days a lot of people are really desperate to find ways of getting old tattoos removed. When people are young, they often think that it is a fantastic idea to get a tattoo but when the tattoo starts to fade and doesn’t look so good or when the person gets a bit older and tastes change, they may decide that this body art is something that they no longer want. The desperation of some people to have their tattoos removed means that there are many people able to profit from this with their scams. You will see that there are plenty of options for miracle cures if you search for ‘tattoo removal’ online. Below are a few ideas for how you can avoid becoming a victim of such scams.

 

  • Rule number 1 is that if something sounds too good to be true then you can assume that it is. Don’t believe something that claims to be a miracle cure. There would be no need for any laser tattoo removal clinics if there were miracle cures available. Be highly critical of any of these miracle cures the only real miracle is how suckers are willing to hand money over to these clowns.

 

  • There is no cream that could get rid of a tattoo so run a mile from claims like this. The tattoo is deep into your skin; don’t forget that the tattoo artist used needles to get it there. Maybe in the future they will develop a cream that could get rid of tattoos but at the moment they don’t exist.

 

  • You will also want to be careful about any solution that promises not to leave behind any scarring. No such treatment exists at the moment even the best solutions will leave behind a slight mark on the skin.

 

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It is important that you do everything in your power to look after your tattoo if you have just had one done. Failure to do this could mean that you are left with a tattoo that does not look anything like you want it to. It is very expensive to have a tattoo removed so don’t forget this. The following are a few tips for looking after a new tattoo.

 

  • It is a very good idea to follow the instructions that the tattoo artist has given you. If they do not give you any advice about how to take care of your tattoo afterwards you will need to ask them.

 

  • Tattoos have to be kept covered completed for the two hours after they have been finished. The reason this is the case is because it allows the tattoo to start healing and it also allows time for the bleeding to stop. Sometimes you will be asked to keep the bandage on for longer than this and you should comply with such instructions.

 

  • In order to prevent any damage to the tattoo, it is important to make sure that you take the bandage off very carefully. After this you won’t have to have the bandage on anymore because it is better to let the fresh air get help the healing process. It is very important to dispose of your bandage carefully in case it is contaminated.

 

  • You will likely have been given a special ointment to put on the tattoo at regular intervals. This is to keep it moist. Always wash your hands before applying this ointment with an antibacterial soap.

 

  • Getting water on the tattoo is something you need to avoid. If you are having a shower you will want to keep it completely covered. You will also want to avoid direct sunlight on the area.

 

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A new tattoo can look very impressive, but when they get old and faded they are less attractive. There are also those tattoos that weren’t properly looked after in the beginning and look bad from the start. The following tips should be followed if you want people to comment on your tattoo for the right reasons.

 

  • When you get a tattoo it will have an antiseptic ointment over it and it will be dressed. This dressing should not be removed for at least twelve hours. Your tattoo could be permanently damaged if you fail to follow this advice.

 

  • One thing that a lot of people find with a new tattoo is that it can get very itchy. It is very important to try not to scratch the tattoo because this could cause the scab to come away and then remove the ink underneath. Some of us just automatically scratch whatever is causing us to itch so it is necessary to be vigilant of this until the tattoo is healed. The itch only lasts a few days, and your efforts to avoid scratching it will be rewarded.

 

  • You need to avoid getting your new tattoo wet. If you have to get in the shower or bath make sure the tattoo is covered with something that is waterproof.

 

  • It is also damaging to a tattoo to be in direct sunlight so avoid this. If you want the colour in your tattoo to be vibrant for many years you will need to be always careful around the sun.

 

  • When you get a new tattoo it is important that you keep it well moisturised and you should use a gel for this. Although there is a special ointment that you can buy for this, your tattoo artist will probably give you enough for the first few days.

 

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There are many individuals who have grown to regret their body art. The obvious solution to this is to get these tattoos removed. However there are both advantages and disadvantages to this so it is not wise to rush such as decision. The following are a few of the things that you should be thinking about before you decide to get a tattoo removed.

 

The Benefits of Getting a Tattoo Removed

 

  • The main benefit of getting a tattoo removed is the fact that you will no longer have to look at it or know that it is there.

 

  • When it comes to treatments used to remove tattoos, they are improving continuously. Thankfully this means that there will nearly always be the ideal solution available no matter what type of body art you have.

 

  • The cost of these treatments is dropping due to competition.

 

  • When you remove a tattoo it means no longer having to worry about covering it up. So if you want to go swimming or sunbathing, there will no longer be an issue about being covered up.

 

The Drawbacks of Getting a Tattoo Removed

 

  • No matter how many improvements have been made in terms of tattoo removal, you can usually tell that there was a tattoo there before. For some types of body art it will still be noticeable no matter what treatment you choose.

 

  • Getting a tattoo removed is quite costly. Tattoo removal is still something that a lot of people cannot afford even though the price is dropping. Although it should probably be the other way around, it is cheaper to get the tattoo done than it is to get rid of it.

 

  • You may find it quite painful to get a tattoo removed.

 

  • For some people it is necessary to have a number of treatments before they get the desire results. This can result in extra pain and more expense.

 

  • Some treatments will leave a noticeable scar in place of the body art.

 

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If you have decided that you want to get rid of your body art there will be a number of options available to you. There are many people who have grown to regret their tattoos and this has led to a small industry of professionals willing to remove them. The following are some of the treatments available these days when it comes to tattoo removal.

¢ Laser treatment. When it comes to getting rid of tattoos laser treatment is very effective and for that reason it is very popular. However how effective it is depends a lot on the type of tattoo and what colour inks have been used. Laser removal is done by shining an intense laser light into the ink of the tattoo. The ink is then broken up and absorbed back into the body. It can cost up to £200 for one session of laser treatment and you may need as many as ten of these to remove the tattoo. The more sessions of laser treatment required to remove the tattoo the more likely there is to be scaring. Another thing to note is that it can be painful to have this treatment.

¢ Surgical tattoo removal. This treatment will leave a scar because of the fact that it involves removing the skin. This is a less popular removal method than in the past.

¢ Intensed pulsed Light Therapy. Although this is very similar to laser removal, a much stronger light is used. This method is very effective at removing the tattoo and it is said to be relatively painless but it can be pretty pricey.

¢ Tattoo Removal Creams. There are a number of creams available these days and the manufacturers claim that they can remove tattoos. But you would probably be right in assuming that this is some sort of scam because how could a cream possibly work. You may want to consider such creams with great caution unless you have plenty of money to waste.

So there you have just a few of the most popular methods for removing tattoos.

 

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There are many possible reasons for why you might want to get rid of a tattoo. This body art is usually something we choose to have put on our bodies when we are young. However as we age we may have differing opinions on the world and on tattoos. The following are some of the reasons why some people will choose to get their tattoos removed.

 

  • For some people, their career can be affected by having a noticeable tattoo on their body. In a lot of work environments it is inappropriate to have a tattoo because the reality is that appearances do count. Having a tattoo in a blue collar job may not be a huge deal especially if you are not planning to apply for the job of foreman. However the same may not be true of those working in a white collar job.

 

  • Another reason why people get rid of a tattoo is that they are embarrassed by the design. Maybe it is the name of an ex or it supports a cause that we no longer believe in. Having a tattoo like this can be very frustrating so if you can afford to have it removed you probably will.

 

  • There are a number of people who just feel ashamed about having a tattoo. We could feel as though we are being treated differently because of this tattoo and we just don’t want it anymore. We may go to great lengths to keep the tattoo hidden but sometimes the only solution will be removal.

 

  • For some people their tattoo just looks like a complete mess after a few years. Although you will have the option to get the tattoo covered over or redone, removing it is an option that many will go for.

 

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Tattoos have a history of thousands of years, but even today being tattooed has a health risk. The big problem is the risk of picking up an infection.

Getting a tattoo means piercing a hole deep in to the dermis of the skin to deposit pigment. With modern stainless steel and sterilisation machines, this is much easier to keep clean and problem-free than the original tattooing method of rubbing ash in to wounds, but problems can still occur. If a tattooing needle is not completely and totally clean when it pierces your skin, it can deposit germs deep in to the skin along with the pigment it is delivering.

A major problem with infection from unclean tattooing is it can infect the recipient with Hepatitis B. Inflammation of the liver caused by Hepatitis is very painful, and if left untreated can become chronic, causing long-term damage and even death.

The initial symptoms of Hepatitis can last up to two weeks, causing sufferers not to realise what the cause was. After the initial symptoms you can get jaundice, and nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea. If left untreated you will probably then experience upper abdominal pain, a tender, enlarged liver and enlarged lymph glands in your neck.

By this point, the pain and other symptoms will hopefully have taken you to the doctors. They will need to do blood tests to find out which of the five strains of Hepatitis you have picked up, if it is a bad infection a stay in hospital may be required so they can monitor you in case of liver failure.

While you have a hepatitis infection, it is important not to take ‘recreational’ drugs, and to have any over-the-counter prescriptions you take checked by your doctor, some legitimate drugs can cause further liver problems and delay your healing. It is very important not to drink alcohol as this can cause more problems for the liver, and a higher chance of long-term damage.

Although the vast majority of adults with Hepatitis B will make a full recovery, a few will sadly develop life-long problems after an infection, especially if they already have immunity problems.

Hepatitis B can be prevented with a vaccination, any many professional tattooists have themselves vaccinated to avoid picking it up from a customer who may be a carrier without realising.

When you receive a tattoo, be confident that the tattooist’s equipment is properly sterilised, that they have been checked out by the local health department, and that you’re confident that they are clean. While the tattoo is healing, keep the tender area clean and dry, and don’t expose yourself to infection through poor hygiene or living conditions.

After receiving your tattoo, if you run a temperature, get headaches or a sudden lack of energy to do anything, get in touch with your doctor straight away.

Instead, why not get a temporary tattoo, they are transfers and are available in various tattoo designs and when properly applied are indistinguishable from the real thing, apart from being removeable.

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