All Natural Home Based Tattoo Removal
Remove the tattoos, safely, painlessly, and inexpensively
Laser tattoo removal costs $200-$500 per treatment, $2,000 on average for a full treatment, and still questionable results!
These aren’t cancer cells we’re talking about. Just ink below the skin.
Before you spend a dime on tattoo removal, you need to know something VERY important. That the tattoo REMOVAL industry makes a lot more than the artists do on tattoos…For no reason other than the PAIN of having an unwanted tattoo. PAIN that they take to the bank!
WHERE THERE’S MONEY, THERE’S GREED MY FRIEND. THAT’S WHY YOU NEED TO KNOW ONE MORE THING:
Laser tattoo removal costs $200-$500 per treatment, $2,000 on average for a full treatment! And it’s the worst way to remove a tattoo. These aren’t cancer cells we’re talking about. Just ink below the skin. But like I said, when you have an industry that can make $200-$500 for a quick visit – people are going to take advantage. Good information about ALL NATURAL, HOME-BASED tattoo removal gets drowned out by the local laser tattoo removal clinic and its nonstop misinformation campaign. I’ve seen it in every community I’ve worked in. There’s a better way.
You’re tired of…
Well I have got news for you. Because no matter what reason you want to get your tattoo removed – you’re about to find a whole new proven method for getting it off without even leaving your house (other than perhaps a quick trip to the grocery store!).
Laser removal: nothing more than a parasitic money-grab
A fresh-out-of-medical-school grad decides he’d rather go into an easy field rather than a difficult and thankless one (like emergency room surgery or primary care). Newly minted with a shiny white lab coat and a medical laser, this medical professional broadcasts on local radio, TV, and neighborhood handouts. His message?
“Quick, easy, and painless tattoo removal!” the ad states.
Of course it’s never quite that simple, is it?
Despite a typical session taking minutes on average, the good doc charges an exorbitant amount for the luxury of beaming your skin with his special laser.
Laser removal damages skin cells
When you go into a laser removal consultation, either the doctor or his assistant will tell you that the laser they use is highly precise and specifically calibrated to target ink pigment cells. All of this is correct. But what you may not hear is that vaporizing ink pigment heats up the skin cells around the ink, and can cause the skin cells to suffer water loss and premature death.
Fresh, living skin below the surface where the ink lies, are killed as a result of laser tattoo removal. The only question is how many? Too many living skin cells killed and there is a substantial risk of scarring. Each and every time you visit the laser clinic, you contend with this issue.
Which brings me to my second point: Since vaporizing sub surface ink is relatively hard on the skin, doctors have to spread out treatments over months and years before the level of fade is good enough to call the job finished. It’s just more opportunity for the skin to get damaged each time.
The skin burns beat red… but it does seem to have faded… somewhat.
Maybe after another 4 or 5 of these, everything will be back to normal?
What’s that… a patient speaks up out of concern?
What happens to your body when it’s knocked out of its natural balance? Opportunists quickly take advantage. And that’s exactly what happens after a laser session that leaves your skin cells weak and unable to protect themselves. Infections can, and do occur.
An overgrowth of scar tissue called Keloid scarring is one of the more unfortunate side effects of laser removal surgery. Not only does an unattractive scar appear over the skin, but it is usually raised and textured as well. Unfortunately these are not temporary scars either.
“Sorry, this is the only way to remove it” says the doc.
Every year this American Medical Association endorsed money grab continues to rake millions upon millions of dollars out of people who want to get simple ink removed from their skin.
Thousands of dollars raked in from every unsuspecting victim, who didn’t know any better than to listen to overpriced, over-rated laser skincare ads.
It sickens me.
As both an artist, and natural removal advocate, something needs to be changed about the practice.
There are better options out there that do exactly what you’re looking for…
In this action oriented – get it done in less time/for less money guide, we’re going to be covering the following topics:
The laserless tattoo removal guide™ customers reflect on their natural tattoo removal experiences
The Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide™ lets you take it off without the pain of surgery for a fraction of the price
How cheap? Just $69.99 ONLY $37! Compare that to a single $200-$500 laser treatment — that yes, leaves sub-dermal burn marks on your body. What’s the better value? I think you know the answer to that question.
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