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Hello..! Now a days, most of people makes tattoos for their own reasons. The art of tattoos has been seen as a form of self-expression, and it has been around for longer than you know. Nevertheless, this body art just flourishes recently as more and more people have been taking it up. However, there is a fact that they will last forever, and this is maybe one of the main benefits as well as disadvantages of this kind of body art. In fact, the workplace restrictions, the name of a forgotten partner you no longer want to keep, to apply for govt jobs (such as. Defence, military, army etc), bad image tattoos or the changes of your own belief are some of the reasons that make want to know how to remove tattoo permanently at home. But its never been easier to remove tattoo permanently through home remedies, so after doing lots of research, I finally have found some genuine natural ways to remove tattoo permanently at home.

1. Laser tattoo removal process.
Laser tattoo removal is the safest and most effective means of eliminating an unwanted tattoo. Doctors or aestheticians shoot highly-concentrated pulses of light at the ink, which can help shatter the ink and lead to a remarkable reduction in visible ink. Depending on the size of the tattoo, laser surgery will set you back anywhere from $500 to $1,500, making it one of the most cost-effective and relaxing removal procedures on the market. There is no side effect of laser tattoo removal process.

2. Rubbing salt into your tattoo.
Whether you've just gotten your tattoo or already have it for longer than you'd like, using salt to remove a tattoo is a dangerous proposition. Here's why: Your skin has effectively two layers the dermis, or inner part of the skin, and the epidermis, or outer layer of your skin. When you get a tattoo, the ink travels past the epidermis, or superficial layer of skin, and into the dermis. Rubbing salt onto the epidermis is easy but useless. You need to get the salt into the dermis even if you did manage to rub away the top layer of your skin to get at the ink, it's probably not going to end well. Rubbing your tattoo with salt will give you a pretty nasty road rash. It may also cause pigmentation of the skin, wrinkling, and possibly scarring. Know that doing this procedure at home can have significant adverse consequences, and may make your tattoo look even worse.

> here is how to approach salt for tattoo removal:-

i. Get the area of skin to be worked on ready by shaving any hair present. This helps to make the process less painful as well as more fruitful.
ii. Wash the skin with antibacterial soap or an antiseptic solution to ensure that it is free of bacteria and other microorganisms.
iii. Get a gauze sponge wet by dipping in water and then wring out the excess water. Ensure that the sponge is a bit wet, yet not dripping with water.
iv. Roll the moist gauze sponge through some salt until it doesn’t seem to be dissolving any more salt. At this point, the sponge should be covered all over with salt.
v. Scrub your tattoo with the salt-covered sponge for 30 minutes or until your skin gets reddened. You will of course feel some pain doing this.
vi. After the area has dried, dab some antibiotic cream to prevent infection and dress the area with a sterile bandage.
vii. Remove the bandage after 3 days and watch out for any signs of infection; you will in particular want to check that the area has not turned redder. Increasing pain is also a sign of infection and should warrant the attention of your doctor.


3. Tattoo Removal Creams
Trichloroa cetic Acid was shown to have a mild fading action on tattoos and has since been widely marketed as a tattoo removal ingredient, usually in the form of creams. Among the most popular tattoo removal creams are Tat B Gone and Tattoo-Off.TCA creams are increasingly advertised as a tattoo removal option but it deserves to be mentioned that they only fade tattoos rather than remove them per se. Trichloroa cetic Acid  is commonly used at spas as a chemical peel to get rid of fine lines, reduce acne scars, and fade wrinkles. While these creams can help to fade tattoos, they causes adverse reactions with the skin in 10-20 percent of users as the Tattoo health Organization says with symptoms ranging from minor skin irritation to skin discoloration and even blistering in more severe cases. To be on the safe side, consider slathering the cream over a small area of skin first to see how it reacts with your skin.

> Besides, follow are some natural ways to remove tattoo permanently :-

i. Honey
Honey also makes it to the list of at home tattoo removal methods but it deserves a mention that it will only help to fade a tattoo as opposed to removing it altogether. This remedy is also effective for small, light-colored tattoos. Blend the honey thoroughly to make a natural tattoo removal cream and then work it through your skin on the tattooed area. Mix a tablespoon of honey with a tablespoon each of aloe vera juice, yoghurt, and salt.Massage the area gently to aid the cream to work into the skin and finally rinse the cream off with warm water after 30 minutes or so. Repeat as necessary to get the desired results.

ii. Aloe vera
Aloe vera has a wide range of beneficial uses in as far as natural home remedies are concerned ranging from burn treatment to dry skin alleviation and age spot removal. It is also touted to be one of the best home remedies to lighten tattoos when used alongside Paederia Tomentosa and Vitamin E. Here is an outline of the process used to fade out tattoos with aloe vera: Squeeze out a tablespoon of aloe vera juice from a fresh aloe vera leaf. Over-the-counter aloe vera gel would as well do. Mix the juice with 1 tablespoon of Paederia tomentosa and then pop the content of 2 capsules of vitamin E capsules in. Stir thoroughly to create a fine paste and then work it through the tattooed area of your skin. Rub the area gently with your finger in a circular motion for 10 minutes or so and finish off by rinsing the area with warm water.

iii. Lemon juice
Lemon juice is also touted to be one of the best natural home remedies for tattoo removal. It is especially effective for removal of light and small tattoos. To use lemon juice to fade tattoos, follow the following steps:-
i. Cut a lemon into two halves and then squeeze out its juice.
ii. Add in 100g of salt and stir thoroughly to dissolve.
iii. Dab the solution onto the tattooed area with a clean cotton ball and then rub repeatedly for 30 minutes.
iv. Finish by rinsing the area with warm water.
§  v. Repeat as often as is needed to get the desired results.


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August 29, 2016 at 2:02 AM ×

Nice procedure of erasing tattoo's, thank you.

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August 31, 2016 at 8:21 PM ×

Thankyou. Subham Chetry regards your support.

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