Natural Tattoo Removal

Published: 02nd April 2012
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Getting rid of a tattoo doesn't always have to be a tedious experience, there are natural ways which cause no skin scarring, disease, hyperpigmentation or bleeding not like some other tattoo removal methods such as excision, dermabrasion, salabrasion or lasers.

For some reason, laser tattoo removal is always touted as the only option for getting rid of a tattoo even though it is painful, expensive and a cause of skin scarring.

How did our ancestors eradicate their tattoos when there were no lasers?

The removal of tattoos is also as old as tattooing, but they are least well-known and least investigated. However, if natural tattoo removal courses of action were made as well-known as Q-switched laser tattoo removal, the doctors, tattoo removal centers, tattoo removal cream manufacturers could not earn as much as money from you.

Moreover they leave a trail of side effects. Do you know that many tattoo removal creams are merely pure promoting hype and they may contain potentially dangerous chemicals such as TCA (TriChloro Acetic Acid) and Hydroquinone.

They cause skin cancer and lots of other injuries, not just to the skin but also to our internal organs (fumes from TCA irritate lungs). Even 5% TCA is not safe but these tattoo removal creams are frequently using as high as 50% concentrated TCA.

Tattooing is a way to express yourself and but if you want to remove a tattoo, you should not have to live with tattoos you regret.

You can use a combination of 12 natural products to remove your tattoo, they have no side effects, they are 100% natural, they cause no skin scarring and they are very cheap. What is more, they work each and every time, no matter how dark the tattoos are, how old they are or what pigments were used.

Let's get back to how tattoos are created in first instance in order to better understand how natural products can get rid of them.

Modern electric tattoo guns make thousands of puncture wounds in the skin to inject tattoo pigment and form the tattoo. The ink particles are effectively trapped by a network of connective tissue in a sort of cell known as a Fibroblast. This is the connective tissue that creates fibers such as collagen.

This process results in damage to the epidermis and the dermis and they get blended together as a result of the mutilated layer that normally separates the two. The body responds by bleeding at the surface of the skin as a result of the severed capillaries.

The immune system responds by swelling to shut down the blood flow. The immune response cells then start cleaning up by sending the ink through the lymph node closest to the tattoo site. At first the ink is dispersed in the upper area of the skin, but within 1 to 2 weeks it becomes more concentrated in a single region as new tissue begins to form around the ink and traps it in the dermal fibroblasts.

After around 30 days the two layers of skin have healed enough to trap the ink and within 90 days the tattoo ink is entirely surrounded by connective tissue that holds the ink in position. Over time, normally many years, it will begin to sink deeper into the dermis, or second layer of skin making removal even harder.

So the trick here is to increase the number of immune cells which will increase the chances of ink movement (setting free the trapped ink pigments) thereby accelerating the fading of the tattoo.

The natural products can produce this apoptotic reaction which enables your own body's immune system to break up the tattoo ink pigments which eventually are flushed out by lymphatic system.

Owen Jones, the writer of this piece writes on quite a number of topics, but is at present involved with Men's Tattoos. If you want to know more go to our web site at White Ink Tattoos.

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