How to get rid of a tattoo of my ex-girlfriend's name?
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) February 27, 2009
Removal Of Unwanted Tattoos With A Hot Iron?
To the online query "How to get rid of a tattoo of my ex-girlfriend's name?" internet denizens reply:
"Buy my secret-ingredients cream, works with one application!!!"
"Use a hot iron"
"Get a new girlfriend with the same name as your ex"
With the notion of providing actually helpful online advice, Tattoo Removal Information has been launched. It provides unbiased information on laser tattoo removal, excision, dermabrasion and tattoo removal creams. "There's a lot of bad and oversimplified information on the web about tattoo removal," states website owner Jeff Rasmussen, PhD, "cost, time, efficacy, pain, even ink-color are all considerations in what specific technique is used."
With the increased popularity of tattoos, there is also an increased interest in having them removed. Most common reasons are removal of ex-lover's names, issues with tattoos being unacceptable for certain careers, removing gang identification, and social stigma against visible tattoos on the face and hands. In some cases, however, tattoo fans simply want to free up some skin for a new tattoo.
Currently, lasers are the most common method used to remove tattoos. However, they are far from ideal due to cost, pain and time commitment; laser tattoo removal can run into the thousands of dollars and take a dozen flesh sizzling sessions spread over a year to remove tattoos. Other removal methods, as describe at the website, have limitation, so new procedures are desirable.
The site also lists service providers. Clinics that specialize in tattoo removal for the 100 largest cities in the United States are listed. New methods, such as Intense Pulsed Light, will be described as more research and patient experiences become available.
Please visit the site to find our about tattoo removal, provide your tattoo removal stories or give a review of service providers. Finally, please contact us if you are an inventor who is interested in developing a cheaper (but non-ironing-machine based) tattoo removal device.