Tattoo removal methods
You may want to thank your local grocery store - it literally built you into the person you are.
Look at it: the majority of the cells in your body are replaced in days, months, or a few years. And what are they replaced with?
The food you purchase at your local grocery store. The food literally turns into you.
I bring this interesting thought up to help you understand just how powerful foodborne chemicals can be in transforming your body. And yes, that includes removal of skin tattoo ink.
The truth is not only is there a way to do so at your grocery store, but there are also several different ways, using different ingredients to accomplish exactly the same job. Have a look at a few of those methods
The salabrasion technique works on a combination of water and granular salts, together with light sanding, to literally wipe the tattoo away by using micro-friction.
Keep in mind that salts are microscopic crystals, a fact obvious to tiny insects, but forgotten by large human beings. They have the same effect when applied to the skin in the correct way. No tool is ideal for everyone, but the Salabrasion strategy is one of the first I turn to when a tattoo removal client would like to carry out a full removal in less than a month.
Aloe vera and yogurt
What if I told you that you could remove a tattoo and actually nourish the skin around it at the same time? You would probably think I was trying to pull a fast one.
But yet applying aloe vera and yogurt in a particular formula, 3 to 4 times a day, has been proven to naturally exfoliate tattoos. This along with providing vitamin E as well as other skin healthy nutrients directly to the skin. The aloe vera approach is ideal for women and anybody with sensitive skin.
The sand powder method
Now we're getting a bit rougher.The sand powder is irritating to the skin, therefore, I don't recommend this approach to clients who have young or gentle skin. However for those happy to handle the mild irritation for several weeks, this is one of the most efficient and expedient natural removal methods you will find.
Much like the other methods discussed, the sand powder is applied directly to the skin surface after a careful antibacterial wash and drying. The easiest way to apply the sand powder is using a soft washcloth or towel soaked in warm water. Sponges also work for this.
The sand powder will serve as a deep exfoliating agent, accelerating the skin cell rejuvenation procedure and pulling the deep layers of the skin, along with the ink and bedded, to the surface where it is then simply wiped away.
All these methods come with their pros and cons. The Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide gives you the full details along with advice on what you should do and what not to do for your particular situation and goals.