Why Are So Many People Getting Their Tattoos Removed?

June 9, 2009 at 2:36 pm (tattoo) (, , , , , , , , , , )


Surprisingly tattoo removal is booming right now. This is a perfect opportunity for newly tattooed people or people who are thinking about getting their first tattoo to listen up. Getting a tattoo should not be taken lightly and a lot of thinking and planning should be put into this important decision. We are all taught that tattoos are forever. Yes they indeed are forever but you can get them removed by a laser if you truly wish to get rid of it and you have the financial means to do so. So one may wonder why now is laser tattoo removal becoming so popular especially in these difficult economic times.

The simply answer that is, people are getting their tattoos removed because they fear that a visible tattoo may cost them a job. With jobs numbered right now it’s everyone for themselves and if a employer doesn’t like your tattoo they can pass you up and hire someone else that does not have a tattoo or a visible one for that matter. This is the perfect opportunity for young people to realize that tattoo placement can come back and haunt you later on down the road. If you are planning on having a good paying job or want to work in the corporate environment it is very critical that you get a tattoo that can be covered up. Tattoos are slowly becoming less faux pas but tattoos in the work place is still a very big taboo. It is estimated that 45 million have a tattoo and at least 17% of them regret their tattoo choice or location of their tattoo. Just keep these very useful tips and statistics in mind and don’t become one yourself. Think things through when it comes to getting a tattoo.

Your Tattoo Friend


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1 Comment

  1. Nuviderm said,

    Another option for tattoo removal (other than laser treatment) is through use of TCA products, like Nuviderm. The product can be used at home and is affordable.

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