Join me @ IBOtoolbox for free.
Liz Milton
Member Since: 9/15/2015
  
performance / stats
Country: United Kingdom
Likes Received: 34
Featured Member: 0 times
Associates: 77
Wall Posts: 11
Comments Made: 62
Press Releases: 10
Videos: 0
Phone:
Skype:    
profile visitor stats
TODAY: 6
THIS MONTH: 60
TOTAL: 5205
are we ibo associates?
recent videos
active associates
Whitney Jacqueline       
Last logged on: 10/17/2018


Terri Pattio    
Last logged on: 10/17/2018


Athena Gay    
Last logged on: 10/17/2018


Bill Bateman     
Last logged on: 10/17/2018


Richard Mathiason     
Last logged on: 10/17/2018


Marlena Burton    
Last logged on: 10/17/2018


Bill Jackley     
Last logged on: 10/17/2018


Todd Treharne    
Last logged on: 10/17/2018


Bruno Duarte    
Last logged on: 10/17/2018


nadda nadda    
Last logged on: 10/17/2018


Rik Rodriguez     
Last logged on: 10/17/2018


Marty Cooper    
Last logged on: 10/17/2018


Jenny Fletcher    
Last logged on: 10/17/2018


Wanda K Robinson    
Last logged on: 10/17/2018


Tom Riach    
Last logged on: 10/17/2018


other ibo platforms
Liz Milton   My Press Releases

Are Tattoo Removal Creams a Waste of Money?

Published on 2/16/2018
For additional information  Click Here

Wouldn't it be wonderful to find a tattoo removal cream that works?

Many people have wondered if it was really possible to simply rub a cream on and watch your tattoo disappear ...

It would be so easy and so simple, wouldn't it? 

I have both good news and bad news to share with you -

We'll get the bad news out of the way first, but please remember there is light at the end of the tunnel :)

If you have been researching home tattoo removal for a while, you may already be familiar with the methods of

  • salabrasion
  • dermabrasion and
  • other crazy methods sometimes promoted and have decided against them.

Good for you!

 

(And if you're not familiar with the various methods of tattoo removal and would like to know more, get my free e-book - no opt-in required).

A tattoo removal cream that actually worked would be so convenient to use, (no mess and no skin damage), wouldn't it?

 

It would cut the cost of tattoo removal enormously and help all those looking for a method of home tattoo removal.

And this is where you need to hear the bad news ...

There are already many tattoo removal creams on the market which do not live up to the users expectations.

Looking at the Reviews for some of the tattoo removal creams sold on Amazon illustrates this... (These are direct quotes, btw, taken at random) …

Verified Purchase “THIS DOES NOT WORK IT JUST DAMAGES YOUR SKIN. It is awful how these companies exploit people. I was, and still am, desperate to get rid of my tattoos as they are on my hands and it is affecting my life. This cream does NOTHING. You may as well flush your money down the toilet. I am going to Trading Standards as I fully intend to get a refund as I cannot afford to throw £60 away. All this cream ‘system’ will do is make you smell horrid, possibly affect your breathing due to some of the ingredients and stain your skin. If I could give no stars I would have done so. The people who make this stuff should be prosecuted under the miselling of goods. I spoke to my GP about it and he said that no creams would get rid of tattoos at best some may fade the appearance.”

—————– “I’ve been using this cream for approximately 3 months now, 3 times a day, and it has done nothing to fad my tattoo.”

—————- “This product did ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. I used it everyday for a month and a half, with no change at all. I would have been happy if there was even a little change, but there was none. This is equal to rubbing your skin with a super fine sandpaper everyday then putting moisturizer on it. It did nothing.”

—————– “total crap, doesn’t work. Should be banned altogether, I’m talking class action lawsuit b.s. waste of time & money -the most worthless product I’ve ever purchased in life.”

—————– “in retrospect, I should have taken the same amount of money, bought a fifth of liquor and a belt sander.”

—————– “Don’t bother buying this product it’s total rubbish and a total waste of money! ”

The sad fact is ...

Some of these creams have been available for years …

One has 190 reviews and a two star rating, which should tell the manufacturers customers are not happy …

There is no doubt that some of these creams rely on people making impulse purchases for a home tattoo removal product when shopping ... and are a waste of money.

And now let me share the good news with you.

A tattoo removal cream became available just over 12 months ago ...made from 100% essential oils and can be delivered directly to your home.

Sounds interesting?

Just two quick applications a day massaged into your tattoo will remove a black tattoo in less than 6 months.

Sceptical?

I quite understand ... but here's the background to this cream: 

It was formulated by Jason Carter, the Professional Tattoo Artist, Coverup specialist and author "Get Rid Tattoo Naturally."

Jason's DIY tattoo Removal e-book has been available for more than 6 years and has enabled thousands of people across the world to cut the cost of tattoo removal and get rid of their tattoos at home... 

  • no blood
  • no pain
  • no scars
  • scientifically proven to work and
  • dermatologist approved.

So think about this for a moment:

Is he likely to ruin his reputation with a tattoo removal cream which does not work?

You can might want to read my review of his "Get Rid Tattoo Naturally" system here

Jason’s “Apply Easy” tattoo removal cream was, of course, extensively tested before becoming available to the public in December 2016.

Wondering how tattoo removal cream works?

It varies, depending on the ingredients in the cream.

Some creams do damage to the skin, so check out the ingredients carefully before buying.

Some tattoo removal creams contain dangerous ingredients like TCA and hydroquinone, others contain salicylic acid …

Some have to be applied with an abrasive applicator ... which is obviously going to damage the skin eventually.

Using a loofah and washing the area with soap and water before drying and massaging in the cream, is recommended by another. Repeat twice a day for 90 days before expecting to see results, they say.

Can you imagine how sore the tattoo'd area will be after a few days?

Using a loofah or similar abrasive is a mild form of dermabrasion ... the instructions make no mention of the bleeding or how to do deal with that.

And bleeding there is going to have to be if that tattoo is going to come out with dermabrasion ...

If you would like more information on how and why tattoos are embedded deep in the second layer of skin, get my free e-book here.

Wondering how Jason's tattoo removal cream works?

The ingredients break up the ink.

Jason uses 100% pure activated essential oils which you need to massage into the skin, ideally twice a day for a few moments at a time.

He teaches you the massage techniques in his book "Get Rid tattoo Naturally" - in fact, you can't buy the cream until you have bought the book.

He says the ink in a black tattoo will take 3-4 months to disappear … colours will take longer.

The science behind Apply Easy and how it works to break down the tattoo ink is explained here.

I think you will agree the explanation is a bit technical :)

But if you’ve followed the link to the post, you will see, Fade Easy comes in 3 different sizes.

Jason's advice is to choose the most economical size, depending on the size of your tattoo and the colours in it.

It's shipped to you free if you live in the US ... for the rest of the world, the shipping costs depend on the quantity of cream you order.

So, as far as Apply Easy is concerned, does tattoo removal cream work?

Yes, it does ... but if you choose to go down the more economical route, you can make this cream up your self.

In his e-book, "Get Rid Tattoo Naturally" Jason tells you which ingredients to use to break up in the ink in your tattoo and ...

Teaches you the special gentle but effective massage techniques you must use to make at home tattoo removal successful.

Should you buy the cream or make the cream?

It’s your choice.

  • You don’t need to have lots of money to get rid of that tattoo.
  • You don’t need to have lots of time ...but
  • You do need to have the discipline to use the cream, bought or home-made, twice daily.

Can you imagine how you will feel having got rid of that embarrassing tattoo?

Go ahead and take the first step  by watching this short video … You’ll be glad you did :)

 

Member Note: To comment on this PR, simply click reply on the owners main post below.
-  Copyright 2016 IBOsocial  -            Part of the IBOtoolbox family of sites.