When love fades away: 6 myths about tattoo removal

floral tattoo hand

We all go through phases in life where we do things that are extreme and/or risky and we don’t realize what we’ve done until it’s all over. Tattoos can be one of those things. How many times have you heard “I got a tattoo after drinking” or “I got my tattoo because everyone else was doing it”?

Next thing you know there are regrets flying all over the place because you’ve tattooed the name of a person on you and you’re are no longer together or you’ve gotten a tattoo in a place that’s not so attractive. With tattoo removal, there are things you should know.

So, the next question is “How can I remove my tattoo?”

Here are 6 commonly perpetuated myths about tattoo removal:

  • You can get it done anywhere and it’s safe
  • Removal is a quick and easy process
  • Having your tattoo removed isn’t a painful process
  • It’s safe for everyone
  • It’s cheap
  • Tattoo removal cream will work

You can get it done anywhere and it’s safe

There are a plethora of spas and laser centers that are on the rise. Your removal should be done by a licensed dermatologist as they are familiar with what to look for during the removal process, they also know who they should not treat. Dermatologists are trained to look for certain complication with the removal process.

With laser removal, there are certain risks associated with the removal such as bleeding, scarring and infections. Those issues can be treated, but they should only be treated by a licensed professional. Do your research and check out the qualifications of your practitioner.

You can even go as far as pulling up reviews on the doctor you’re researching. There you should be able to find what you’re looking for. It will let you know what kind of ratings they’ve received from their past patients.

Be extra careful about getting your removal done in spas and places where they don’t have a license. Your removal process can be more expensive in the long run if you chose to get it done from someone who isn’t qualified, as you may get an infection or some unexpected issue may arise that they aren’t equipped or qualified to deal with.

Removal is a quick and easy process

Removing a tattoo is a process, and it isn’t done in one treatment. To completely remove a tattoo, it can take up to one year or longer because there are many removal sessions that come with it in the process. Unfortunately, you will have to…
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