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    Default Tattoo removal cream

    I got my tattoo 1 months ago and i want it removed now. I planned for laser removal and felt like its expensive,so i'm searching for some home methods that i can remove it.I was wondering if any of you guys know or had any experience with this removal methods. waiting for your best suggestions.

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    creams usually don't get it removed permanents.. you can get it professionally removed from a tattoo professional.
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    I don't think there are any creams that could every remove a tattoo.

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    There isn't a cream that will remove a tattoo. If you do find one, you're being sold snake oil, and the salesman will likely be gone before you can bat two eye lashes!

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    Yeah. If it is a permanent tatto then I guess the only way for you to get it removed is buy laser.

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    If you want to remove temporary your tattoo then there are so many methods but if you want to remove permanently then laser is the only technique that can help to remove it. I don't think that it is so expensive. A middle class person can easily afford it.

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    I have not personally tested any of the at-home cream removal methods I have seen advertised – even the ones that appear right here on this website. Honestly, I would not expect a whole lot from them. However, the Tattoo Removal Institute (which I am suspicious of being connected with Tat B Gone, but I can’t prove it yet) states that they have tested a few of these products, and found a couple of them to live up to their claims. According to their research, both TatBGone and Tattoo-OFF did show significant fading of the tattoos without any pain or damage to the skin.

    - 5 Month Supply - $149.95 So, it isn’t inexpensive by any means, but certainly a lot more affordable than laser surgery.

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    **rachine safire** Male

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    I have used so many methods for removing my tattoo but no other method worked. Later, I used laser method; I know its a little bit expensive but after 5 to 6 sittings, my tattoo has permanently removed. This is the only method which can remove the tattoo permanently.

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    There aren't any creams to remove it but there are certain creams that will do a great job at covering it up. It is a temporary fix but works well. Some BB creams are great at covering up scars and other unwanted marks (like tattoos). Hope this helps!


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