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Oxyfade®: Review



Oxyfade® Overview:

Oxyfade® has been discontinued by its manufacturer and it is currently out of stock. The manufacturer site is no longer advertised online, but we were able to locate information from third party websites.

After evaluation of Oxyfade®, we have concluded that this is a 3 step process. Each step is intended to help fade the appearance of a tattoo in its own way. Since this formula is comprised of multiple steps, it could be time consuming to use and it is necessary to use every step to achieve best results. You can find other tattoo fading options sold in a single bottle that it not a kit approach.

Oxyfade® step 1 is an exfoliating gel. According to information published on the products label on third party websites- Oxyfade Exfoliating gel is intended to fade tattoos fast without a prescription. It is suitable for all skin types and comes in a two ounce tube.

The purpose of this step- since it is an exfoliater is to help remove any dead skin on the skins surface to help the additional steps penetrate into the skin and makes it easier for the skin to absorb the products to fade the look of unwanted tattoos.

The second step is Oxyfade Lightening cream. This step claims that it helps fade the look of tattoos as the skin heals. It is also promoted to soften and moisturize skin. This cream comes in a two ounce tube also.

The last step in the Oxyfade kit is the Oxyfade concealer. However, we could not find any information on this step and what it is intended to do during the tattoo fading process. It comes in a one ounce bottle.

After looking at the limited information provided for the Oxyfade kit, we could not locate a directions of use guide or a detailed ingredient list. We are unsure if any of the Oxyfade tattoo fading steps contain TCA or other ingredients that have the potential to burn or scar the skin.

We do NOT recommend the use of products containing TCA or Hydroquinone, as these ingredients can be harsh to the skin and can cause burning, scarring and other side effects may result.

Since this tattoo fading solution has been discontinued, we could not locate the Oxyfade price. There are some tattoo fading products on the market that cost less than $50. You should look for affordable products that are in-stock and have no known side effects.

Product Characteristics:


  • 1476408445_tick_mark_dark  Promoted for all skin types
  • 1476408445_tick_mark_dark Intended to fade the look of tattoos
  • 1476408445_tick_mark_dark Claims it helps moisturize the skin


  • 1476408453_close_icon_dark Discontinued by manufacturer and Out of Stock
  • 1476408453_close_icon_dark 3 Steps included- May be time consuming
  • 1476408453_close_icon_dark Ingredients list not provided
  • 1476408453_close_icon_dark Does not claim it’s for all tattoo ages
  • 1476408453_close_icon_dark MSRP not provided


Gel and Cream

Sizes Available:

Oxyfade® Step 1 Exfoliating Gel (2 oz), Oxyfade® Step 2 Lightening Cream (2 oz), Oxyfade® Concealing Cream (1 oz)

Directions For Use:


Ingredients List:


Where is Product Manufactured:

There is no information suggesting where this product was manufactured.

Negatives on Oxyfade®:

We feel that you should explore other options as the Oxyfade formula is no longer available. It appears to be discontinued. It appears that Oxyfade was a kit that required individuals to perform multiple steps in order to fade the appearance of unwanted tattoos. You can find other formulas that are sold as a single step solution.

We were able to obtain limited information on Oxyfade. We could not find a MSRP or details such as the ingredients in this formula or how to apply each step. Products that use TCA or Hydroquinone can be harmful to the skin and we do not recommend the use of products that use these ingredients. We are unsure if the Oxyfade kit contained any of these ingredients.

Although Oxyfade was applicable on tattoos, there is no information provided on third party websites suggesting that it was suitable for both old and new tattoos. There are some tattoo fading options that can be used on new and old tattoos. Be sure to explore all your options.

Final Thoughts on Oxyfade®:

Oxyfade® appears to be discontinued and there is no information claiming this product was sold for less than $50 online when it was in stock. Since an ingredient list is not provided we are unsure if this product contained TCA. There is no information suggesting that Oxyfade® was intended for tattoos of all ages. To see how Oxyfade® compares to TCA-free products, refer to the grid below.

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