Introducing the best tattoo removal method on the market — Tattoo Vanish® Method.
Are you looking to say goodbye to an old tattoo that you no longer want? Whatever your reason for wanting to part with your ink, it’s important to choose the right method. Whether you choose laser tattoo removal, Wrecking Balm, a tattoo removal cream or another method, it’s going to cost time and money, so you want it to work. Unfortunately though, not all tattoo removal methods are made equal. And the fact of the matter is that, with many of them, you just won’t get the results you want or expect.
There’s one tattoo removal method, however, that rises above the rest — the Tattoo Vanish Method. This one-of-a-kind removal process is unlike any other process available today.
What is the Tattoo Vanish Method?
Tattoo Vanish is the best tattoo removal system that exists. With Tattoo Vanish, there are no acids, toxins or surgical interventions required. Here are the basics steps of tattoo removal with the Tattoo Vanish Method:
Step #1. A local anesthetic is applied to the area and a certified technician will go over the tattoo with the tattoo machine.
Although tattoo removal with Tattoo Vanish is less painful than laser tattoo removal, it’s still not a super comfortable procedure. To reduce your pain and ensure that your experience is more comfortable, we start with a local anesthetic.
As the tattoo removal techncian goes over the tattoo with the tattoo machine, our removal system helps open up the surface of the skin. The provided lido gel assists in opening up the epidermis, which allows a technician to numb the area. This allows for the ink eraser to go in to solidify and remove the ink. It helps to pull the ink to the surface of your skin. This leads to the formation of a thick scab once the treatment is complete, which will fall off after a couple of weeks. This process takes about 10 minutes or so, and then the area gets cleaned and covered up. The client can then go home.
Step #3. Ink eraser is applied to the tattoo.
Once the ink comes to the surface of the skin after the tattoo machine has gone over it, your technician will then apply an Ink Eraser to the area. This helps to wash away the ink. After a few minutes, the ink eraser will be rinsed, and you’ll be ready to go home.
Has the time come to part with an unwanted tattoo?
Tattoos can be wonderful, beautiful pieces of artwork, but that’s not the case with every tattoo. So how do you know when the time has come to remove an old or unwanted tattoo? Here are a few signs to watch out for:
Sign #1. You find yourself covering it up frequently.
As the tattoo removal technician goes over the tattoo with the tattoo machine, our removal system helps open up the surface of the skin. The provided lido gel assists in opening up the epidermis, which allows a technician to numb the area. This allows for the ink eraser to go in to solidify and remove the ink. It helps to pull the ink to the surface of your skin. This leads to the formation of a thick scab once the treatment is complete, which will fall off after a couple of weeks. This process takes about 10 minutes or so, and then the area gets cleaned and covered up. The client can then go home.
Sign #2. You hate when people ask about your tattoo.
Many people believe that tattoos are supposed to be meaningful and should have stories behind them, which is why so many people will ask about tattoos. If you have a tattoo that you absolutely love, having a stranger ask what it means or what the story behind it is probably doesn’t bother you. But, when you don’t like your tattoo, the last thing you want is to have to explain and re-explain how you made a rash decision at 18 to get a tattoo that you now regret. If it’s gotten to the point where you want to cringe any time someone asks about your tattoo, it might be time to part with it.
Sign #3. You feel it’s holding you back in your career.
Luckily, most companies in this day and age accept tattoos and don’t have qualms about hiring or promoting people with them. However, there are still a few exceptions. Whether you’re hoping to get into the military or you work in a more conservative field, a tattoo could hold you back from getting a job, getting promoted or going as far as you would like in your career. Your career has a direct impact on your quality of life, and even if you love your tattoo, you shouldn’t have to live with it if it is hindering your quality of life.
The tattoo artist you entrust with your tattoo makes all of the difference, and unfortunately, some tattoo artists are more talented and care more about their work than others. You wouldn’t hang a piece of art you hated in your home, so why would you want to continue displaying it on your body?
Sign #5. Your tattoo has been severely degraded over time.
Tattoos naturally start to fade and degrade as they age, and if you want to keep your tattoo looking great, it behooves you to get it touched up every once in a while. If you really aren’t that excited about your tattoo, or maybe you just aren’t that bothered with touch-ups, your tattoo may get to point where it can no longer be salvaged by touching it up, and it’s probably a great time to have it removed.
Regardless of the reason why you’ve decided to part with your tattoo, it’s incredibly important that you choose the right method for the job. The tattoo removal method you choose will affect everything from how much money you’ll have to spend to how effectively the tattoo is removed. And, when it comes to tattoo removal, no other method beats the Tattoo Vanish Method.
What makes Tattoo Vanish different from other methods?
Now that you know the basics of how Tattoo Vanish works and why you might want to part with a tattoo, it’s time to look at a few of the ways that this unique method stands out from other methods on the market. Tattoo Vanish is better than laser removal, for example, because laser hardens the skin and it’s much more difficult to apply new ink to laser treated skin. Tattoo Vanish keeps the skin and the fresh ink vibrant if you choose to cover it up. Here are the main differences between the Tattoo Vanish method and other tattoo removal methods:
It’s all natural.
All other tattoo removal methods utilize toxins, acids, lasers or other harmful chemicals. Tattoo Vanish is all natural; in fact, it’s the only all natural method available today. This tattoo removal method without laser helps to significantly lower the risks associated with it.
It gets the job done in fewer treatments.
Laser tattoo removal, which is considered by many to best the most effective tattoo removal method today, has many downsides. One of the biggest downsides to laser tattoo removal is how many sessions it takes to see results. Some patients pay and go through 10 sessions, only to end up with a tattoo that is faded but not completely removed. Tattoo Vanish can get the job done in fewer sessions than laser tattoo removal — 50 to 75 percent fewer sessions in fact!
It’s more affordable.
While, yes, you can probably go online and buy a tattoo removal cream that is cheaper than the Tattoo Vanish Method, but these creams don’t really work, at least not well. When it comes to effective methods of tattoo removal, the only real competition for Tattoo Vanish is laser tattoo removal, and that can be quite costly. Tattoo Vanish certainly isn’t cheap, but it’s more affordable than laser tattoo removal. Plus, when you consider the fact that it works in fewer sessions, it’s easy to see how it could help you save more money.
It can get out all ink colors.
One of the biggest pros to choosing Tattoo Vanish, a tattoo removal method without laser over laser tattoo removal is that it actually has what it takes to remove all ink colors. You see, laser tattoo removal works by sending certain types of light beams into the ink, where it gets absorbs and breaks up the ink. Different colors of ink absorb different light beams, and this method works much more effectively on some colors than others. For example, laser tattoo removal doesn’t work on white ink because white reflects light instead of absorbing it. Laser tattoo removal actually tends to turn white tattoos black, which makes them even more permanent. Tattoo Vanish, on the other hand, works on all ink colors because it’s a completely different method that does not rely on light absorption. Also, some colors have white inside of the colors themselves, such as a light blue, and laser removal is the worst choice for removal of these kinds of colors.
With laser tattoo removal, the ink that is broken down by the laser is not removed from the surface of the skin, but rather absorbed into the body. Your lymphatic system will remove the ink from your body, and you will excrete it when you urinate. Unfortunately, no studies have been done on how long the ink absorption process takes, or what impacts the remaining ink in your body can have. The great part about Tattoo Vanish is that it actually gets rid of the ink rather than absorbing it into your body. The ink rises to the surface of the skin and gets formed in the scab, and when the scab falls off, the ink will fall off with it.
When you get a tattoo, the ink never really goes into your bloodstream because it stays between the epidermis but when you remove through laser, it will break the ink down and then the ink gets absorbed through your bloodstream. This is not healthy!
Laser tattoo removal is the most popular tattoo removal method, but that doesn’t mean that it’s the safest. There are many possible side effects of laser tattoo removal. Here are just a few of them:
- Frosting – During the laser tattoo removal process, carbon dioxide is released by the skin, which makes it turn a white, frosty color. This usually subsides after about 20 minutes.
- Hyperpigmentation – The light wavelengths that are responsible for breaking up the tattoo ink can affect the melanin in your skin, which can lead to hyperpigmentation — dark patches on the skin.
- Hypopigmentation – Hypopigmentation is caused by the same thing as hyperpigmentation, but it leaves light patches on the skin rather than dark patches.
- Scarring – While scarring is rare with today’s advanced laser tattoo removal techniques, it does happen. Sometimes, laser tattoo removal results in keloid scars, which are thick, raised scars that can appear between three and six months after the treatment.
- Blistering – Believe it or not, blistering is actually a natural part of the healing process of laser tattoo removal. As the laser breaks up the ink in your skin, it can also break tiny blood vessels around the tattoo resulting in blisters, which usually take up to two weeks to heal.
Not only does the Tattoo Vanish Method have fewer side effects than laser tattoo removal, but it is also safer because it removes the ink from your body instead of it being absorbed into your skin.
Laser tattoo removal is not exactly a painless experience. In fact, some people say that it’s even more painful than getting tattooed in the first place! The Tattoo Vanish Method is similar to getting tattooed, but our technicians apply a local anesthetic before and during the procedure to ensure that you are comfortable and pain-free.
There are so many things to love about the Tattoo Vanish Method, from how quickly it gets the job done to how affordable it is compared to laser tattoo removal. But, the very best part of this one-of-a-kind method is that it actually works. With laser tattoo removal, there are many different things that affect the results of your treatment, such as the color of ink used, how new the tattoo is, etc. With the Tattoo Vanish Method, on the other hand, you get great results regardless of when the tattoo was applied or what color it is. Compared to all of the other tattoo removal methods out there, including tattoo removal creams and laser tattoo removal, Tattoo Vanish is your number one choice when you want the most effective option.
It’s 100-percent FREE to get started!
If you’re interested in learning more about the Tattoo Vanish Method i.e. tattoo removal without laser, or you would like a professional’s opinion on whether or not it’s the right choice for you, you’ll be glad to know that Tattoo Vanish consultations are always free! That’s right, you don’t have to shell out the big bucks to learn more about this new, highly respected tattoo removal method. All you have to do is find a technician near you and schedule your free consultation.
Are you ready to part with your unwanted tattoo once and for all? Schedule your free consultation with a Tattoo Vanish Technician near you today!