A New Tattoo Ink That Makes Removal Less Painful

November 10, 2008 at 7:14 pm (tattoo) (, , , , , , , , , , )

We have all been taught that tattoos are forever. But if you realistically think about it, they really are not as permanent as you may think. If you have gotten a tattoo that your completely regret and want to endure the pain and the expense of laser tattoo removal than, yes you can get that tattoo removed.

However, there is a new dye in town, that is set to hit tattoo parlors all over the United States this fall. This new and improved dye as they are calling it has a great advantage. This new tattoo ink is permanent as well as removable.  This new ink is made by storing dye in microscopic capsules that will stay in the skin for good. But if you have a lover’s name tattooed on you and you break up or you simply have a tattoo that you may have out grown. You can now get it zapped away with a single laser treatment instead of the seven to fifteen painful and expensive treatments that are needed now for removal.

With the staggering number of young people from the age of 18 to 29 that are getting tattoos, there is bound to be a few that will regret one of their tattoo designs. So this new and improved ink is sure to be a great success with tattoo customers. Not to mention being able to save people time, money and pain is another great selling point to this new ink.

Please note you might want to ask the tattoo artist before you get inked if they are using the new improved ink, just to be on the safe side.

Your Tattoo Friend


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1 Comment

  1. Livia said,

    Hmm, I wonder what the plastic surgeons who remove tattoos think about this. I’m bettin’ they’re not crazy about it.

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