A tattoo can be stuck with you for life- that’s what most people tell you before, during and after getting a tattoo. But did you know that as time progresses that technology and topical products are advancing every day. Now products like tattoo fading gels are highly effective when trying to fade the appearance of unwanted tattoos.
Treatments for tattoo removal include Laser, Skin Peels, or Microdermabrasion. Is tattoo removal safe for everyone? This answer is a mixed opinion. Some treatments are more effective than others on certain individuals and then some are more harmful and can promote negative side effects. Everyone is different and our bodies react differently to certain products, chemicals and ingredients. Do not use products that use TCA, Cashew Nut Oil or hydroquinone to remove upper layers of the skin to break up the pigment of your tattoo.
Most people get tattoos on areas like the legs, arms, chest, back, shoulders, inner wrist, feet, or even some people get tattoos on their head, eyelids, and inner lip. For those that are more discrete they get it on their hip bone near their groin area. However, this does not mean that these are the only areas that can be tatted. Some people will surprise you when you see tattoos in intimate areas.
A tat should be something you really want, not I got a tattoo just because I can. You should think long and hard about what you want so you don’t have to use products for tattoo fading. However, as we age, our bodies begin to lose elasticity and it can look unsightly in appearance, which makes our tattoos look old, droopy and wrinkled.
Finding a tattoo fade product should be used as directed to achieve maximum results. You may look to see when the manufacturer claims visible results may be obtained. Some products can offer optimal results in as little as 4-8 weeks. However, do not use products more than directed or side effects may not occur. Manufacturers will often state that applying the product more than directed will not offer faster results; it may only result in irritation or other side effects.