what is the best at home remedy for tattoo removal?

has anyone heard of nuviderm

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Nuviderm is THE at-home-remedy... but my friends who have used it haven't really been happy with the results. There's another product out there that doctors can prescribe, but it's supposedly carcinogenic (from the nuviderm website). I'm not inked myself, so I haven't had the opportunity but a lot of my friends have. Other problems were discomfort (it burns like 10,000 suns one said) and for one friend a few mild infections through the treatment process. Here's the pros and cons: Pros: 1. Cheaper than laser treatments but with a similar discomfort level. 2. Less risky than surgery. 3. Private procedure that doesn't require you to leave home. 4. Most tattoos WILL fade to an acceptable level, completely hidden usually as soon as you can tan again. Cons: 1. Slight risk of infection. 2. Requires dedication and time. 3. Zero doctor supervision. 4. No method except surgery will completely remove all tattoos, expect a little leftover ink in your now-faded tattoo.
EmmaCay4 years ago
I've never gotten a tattoo so I can't tell you much about the subject. My boyfriend got a ton of tattoos when he was a teenager. In more recent years he's been doing tattoo removal in GTA. He has been blessed with there work.
liamm13205 years ago
Thanks for asking this, we've been looking into tattoo removal in gta. My friend really wants to get rid of his, but he doesn't want to pay a ton. We'll have to try these out, thanks.
hollafresh5 years ago
I was wondering the same thing too. Does anyone know how to make a home laser tattoo removal device?

Also, I tried using a magnifying glass. It is painful, but it creates the same effect as laser treatment, only will leave more scarring.
lane297 years ago
if it is small you can cut it out in other words use a knife or razor and make alot of cuts over it very painful but very efective
omnivaal8 years ago
Hydrochloric acid or a scalpel