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Never Go For A Tattoo Removal Kit And Here's Why

Never Go For A Tattoo Removal Kit And Here's Why
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23-year-old Jess Hardy wanted to get rid of her boyfriend's name tattooed on her forearm. For saving about hundred dollars, Jess bought a tattoo removal kit online for about $20. It said that she could do it the removal process at home, but what happened next after she attempted to use the kit, would completely shock you.

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Usually after a tattoo removal procedure, this is what your skin should look like

Usually after a tattoo removal procedure, this is what your skin should look like

You would be spending a few hundred dollars but the laser treatments definitely works!

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And this is what Jess' skin looked like after she tried on the do it at home tattoo removal kit

And this is what Jess' skin looked like after she tried on the do it at home tattoo removal kit
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A corrosive chemical called TCA is present in the removal kit which burns the skin from the deep inside and her hand looked like this.

Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) does indeed remove tattoos but it shouldn't be used by amateurs at home.

Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) does indeed remove tattoos but it shouldn't be used by amateurs at home.
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You could instead go for scrubbing the skin with salt or cryosurgery or the best would be laser removal of tattoo.

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Or this

Or this
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Don't make the same mistake Jess did and try to go to the professionals who know how to do their job!

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