Along with an increase in the popularity of tattoos there developed an increase in what is now referred to as tattoo regret. This added pressure to find an easy, effective and affordable method of tattoo removal grew the the size of the tattoo removal industry and with that an increase in research and development spending to find the perfect tattoo removal product.
The Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide™ by Dorian Davis ― Includes the Main Tattoo Removal eBook Guide + 5 Bonus eBooks: Perfect Skin Secrets, Tattooing 101, Lessons From Miracle Doctors, Anti-aging Made Easy and Scoring Your Goal
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The Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide: Remove Tattoos at Home
The first thing I appreciated about the guide was that it actually explained what tattoos were at a deep level, including where they are located within the skin, and a host of other details I had no idea about. This was a pretty big deal to me because if I was going to be changing my body, I wanted to know what was going on.
Natural vs Laser Removal
You probably already know that laser tattoo removal is currently the “hot thing” in society. Heck I probably wouldn’t of just done it myself if it wasn’t so expensive.
But Dorian really goes into the laser removal process in a way you never hear about at a consult. He shows both the good and the bad that comes with using high-powered, medical grade lasers to vaporize skin ink. Without copying the whole chapter I’ll say it really widened my eyes and made me rethink laser tattoo removal in a completely different way.
Now were getting to the nuts and bolts, the actual tattoo removal methods. There are several of them each with their own benefits and drawbacks. Most of the methods rely on activating the skin’s natural exfoliation process in order to drive subsurface ink up to the top. That’s a much cleaner process than laser and the price is several magnitudes cheaper as well.
Did you know that your skin exfoliates on its own, without you doing anything?
It’s true, in fact the layers of skin that you see are actually dead. That’s why you can rub a fingernail against your skin and not even feel anything. But if you push deep or use the sharpened end of a pair of scissors – different story. You’re going to feel it, and it’s not going to be pleasant. In fact you may see some red. You didn’t strike oil, but you did strike living skin cells.
Accelerated exfoliation gets to that layer. It does so by doing something the body normally doesn’t do on its own — it increases the rate at which living skin cells die and rise to the surface.
Now this may sound like a bad thing, but the other side to the exfoliation process is that young skin cells mature to take the place of the ones on the layer above them that much quicker as well. So there’s no harm, and you get the added benefit of bringing up the deep subcutaneous skin layers that normally don’t exfoliate at all.
These are exactly the layers that tattoo artists target as they embed ink. This is why tattoos hold for a long time even when the top layers of your skin do not.
You can see where this is going. To remove the tattoo, we then need to exfoliate deeper layers than normal. Here’s how: First we use various ingredients to enhance skin exfoliation. Then these deeper layers come to the top. The ink trapped alongside the deep layers comes up as well and wipes off with the brush of a towel.
Of course all of this is an abbreviated explanation and it’s not going to happen that quickly, in fact it takes weeks. But when you compare that to the much slower “vaporize, scar, heal, and vaporize again” laser approach to ink removal, who in their right mind would choose laser?
Now you know why I say that the only people who choose laser removal either don’t understand or have never heard about natural deep exfoliation. It’s just plain a better method for tattoo removal.
Even a skeptic would be silly not to start with these methods, considered laser is something like $200-$500 for a single session.
|Closing Thoughts||Of course DIY methods do require more effort on your part, since you’ll need to keep to a schedule and exfoliate multiple times a day before you see a decent level of fade. Based on the money you’re saving though, the The Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide is well worth it. I mean, when you look at a series of laser treatments, you’re talking $500 at the very minimum for a small heart tattoo. And you’re not even really saving time because you have to keep driving to the clinic and going through multiple sessions.|
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