logging in or signing up Tattoos Removal Guide anton_suganob Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 22 Category: Entertainment License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: February 16, 2011 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide 1: How Much Does Tattoo Removal Cost? It is perfectly understandable that someone contemplating tattoo removal would want to know, down to dollars and cents, just how much tattoo removal will cost them. The truth is that there is no single answer to the question: how much does tattoo removal cost? Research is likely to result in an extensive list of options and price ranges which can be confusing and frustrating. Slide 2: Lesson 1: The cheapest option is not always the cheapest option All that glitters isn’t gold and much of what looks like a bargain isn’t really a bargain at all. Many people are attracted to less drastic options for tattoo removal such as lemon juice bleaching or topical agents which can be purchased from a pharmacy for the purpose of slowly fading the tattoo in a similar way as the sun might over time. Tattoos are made of pretty stern stuff and aren’t prone to easily fade away. A tattoo may lose some of its original vibrancy over time, but on the whole will usually retain its clarity and shape for the lifetime of the wearer. It is possible that you might spend many times over the cost of medical intervention in your search for a ‘miracle’ cream. Slide 3: Lesson 2: There is no ‘one size fits all in tattoo removal Tattoo removal is not like those sweaters you can buy which are so freely sized that they could be worn by any size and either sex. Tattoos are personal and require a personalized solution to successfully orchestrate their removal. Arrange a proper consultation with a trained professional who can advise you on the particular issues associated with your tattoo. Is it placed somewhere bony like a shoulder blade? If so, that will present some pain management challenges as there is little fatty tissue underlying the skin to act as a cushion against the laser or scalpel effects. If your tattooist used a particularly festive color palette in his or her work, laser therapy may cease to be an option, as not all inks are equally receptive to the light frequencies safe to use on human skin. The true question may not how much does tattoo removal cost but rather how much pain and punishment am I willing to withstand? In most cases, removal of a tattoo is a much more complicated, lengthy and painful process than getting the ink there in the first place. Slide 4: Is a redesign a viable option? It may be possible to take your unsavory tattoo to a great new place without any humungous costs or invasive treatments. If the design is the problem and a professional deems it suitable for a re-working, this may present you with a very cost effective alternative. You will need to withstand the original process once more, and it may hurt a little more second time around and require more treatments to get a good result, but will almost certainly cost less than actual removal. Like any service, the question of how much does tattoo removal cost could easily be answered with the quip: how long is a piece of string? It depends on what process you choose, your individual issues and who you select to perform the service. Even your locality, not to mention the exact locality of the tattoo itself, can influence how much removal treatments may cost. Slide 5: Wrecking Ball Tattoo Removal - Does it Work? A study from a group of dermatologists have shown that over 50% of the people who have tattoos want them removed later in their lives. But how is it possible to remove a tattoo at all? And is it really painful? Luckily, there are methods to get rid of tattoos but they are generally expensive, lengthy and painful. We are going to look into a specific product called Wrecking Ball tattoo removal. Slide 6: This wrecking ball tattoo removal is one of the best widely known fade creams for such tattoo removal. It is very hard to say how long a fade cream or any other product or even treatment would take to remove a tattoo because it usually depends on many different factors. Those different factors that can have a bearing on how easy or difficult it is to remove the tattoos are the colors of the ink, the size of the tattoo and the depth as well as the density. This wrecking ball tattoo removal product was designed to work on all types of skin. However, it is only being recommended for tattoos that are over six months old. It is important to use the cream as directed but it is really safe for in-home use. Depending on the area of the body that is being treated, you might experience a very mild irritation, but if it is used correctly, this will go to be very minimal. Of course, it is always a wise idea to consult with your doctor or any dermatologist before embarking on any type of tattoo removal treatment. Slide 7: The wrecking ball tattoo removal is a very good choice if you really want to fade your tattoo. By that, you can now get your tattoo artist to do a cover up tattoo or to even fade your tattoo prior to getting laser treatment. The system also uses an FDA approved medical device to assist in the process. You can research some of the reviews about wrecking ball tattoo removal and some suggest it is definitely the best product that is currently available. But you will never know how effective it is unless you will try it. Slide 8: Remove Tattoos - Tattoo Removal Cream SALE Sometimes when we get a tattoo, we live to regret what once was permanent decision. In days gone by, tattoo removal was a choice that was too dear, as the only way to remove tattoos was laser surgery. But now we will remove tattoos by ourselves at home. There are many reasons as to the reasons why you could desire to consider tattoo removal, you could hate the rash call that made you decide to get a tattoo in the first place, it could be stopping you from beginning a new relationship, or have effects on your job prospects. Slide 9: Thanks to modern technology, there are now home tattoo removal systems on the market, like tattoo ez tattoo removal which is a chemical acid peel. The chemical acid peel, which usually contains Trichloroacetic acid, is an effective way to remove tattoos. Each application will remove a layer of skin, so eventually after some applications the tattoo will fade and vanish. No home tattoo removal system will work straight away. There is no magic tattoo removal cream, but chemical peels do truly work over time . Chemical peels have been used to get rid of deep-rooted acne scars, so a little bit of skin deep ink isn't going to be a problem. Slide 10: There's preparation tattoo removal cream available. You may use this to prepare the skin so the ez tattoo removal solution will penetrate the skin to the lower layers of the skin so that you will get maximum penetration as this boosts the effectiveness of the TCA chemical peel, by removing the dry flaky skin to ensure that the chemical peel penetrates the skin fully giving you the very best peeling results. A technique to show yourself that the chemical peel is working is to take before and after photos, after every couple of sessions. This may inspire you to continue using the tattoo removal system, as you can see it is physically working. Advantages of employing a home chemical peel to remove tattoos include, that it's a safe and cheap option to lose your tattoos, you can use it on your own schedule from the comfort of your own home. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.