TOP-HEALTH-TODAY’S OVERALL RATING: 40%
QuickFade Tattoo Fading Gel contains TCA which is a potentially harmful ingredient‡. QuickFade can be used on all tattoo colors, both dark and light. The sellers of QuickFade offer a 90 day guarantee that the product may offer results. The price of QuickFade is higher than other tattoo fading products, retailing for over $50 online.
- 90 day Guarantee
- Effective on both dark and light inks
- Unknown if it is effetive on new tattoos
- Retails for over $50
- Contains TCA- may burn the skin
Sizes Available:2 oz
Directions For Use:
Spray QuickFade onto your tattooed area, and then rub into area until absorbed.
Purified Water, Soybean oil, Cocoa butter, Polysorate 20, Aloe Leaf Juice, Anthemis Nobilis, Chamomile Extract, Calendula Flower Extract, Eucalyptus Globulos, Equisetum Arvente Leaf, Lemon Extract, Orange Extract, Peppermint Oil, Sage Leaf Extract, TCA, Germaben II (Natural Preservative)
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Final Thoughts on QuickFade:
Quick Fade is a tattoo fading spray which has a gel consistency. As the manufacture suggests this product can be used on tattoos of any color. QuickFade contains TCA- a form of acid. TCA is a potentially harmful ingredient which could burn the skin. The manufacture promotes this product as a gel that contains natural ingredients which would soothe the burn that the TCA creates. The application of this product is easy since the manufactures state you should spray the tattoo you want to fade and then rub the product in with a q-tip. QuickFade is also sold with a 90 day guarantee that states if you feel this product doesn't work for you, then it's free. QuickFade is sold at a high price retailing for over $50 online.