How To Remove A Tattoo Naturally
” Hey Dorian,
When you discuss how to remove a tattoo naturally, how does it work precisely?
I get that you’re using body-safe, natural components, but I don’t comprehend how they act on the body to remove tattoos.”
I’ve been getting a great deal of questions about this.
It appears a great deal of people appreciate the security aspects of natural tattoo removal (compared to laser), however do not quite understand how natural removal works
Do you understand that your skin exfoliates by itself, 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.
However if you press deep or use the sharpened end of a set of scissors– different story. You’re going to feel it, and it’s not going to be enjoyable.
In fact you may see some red. You didn’t strike oil, however you did strike living skin cells
Sped up exfoliation gets to that layer. It does so by doing something the body generally does not do by itself– it increases the rate at which living skin cells die and rise to the surface area
Now this may sound like a bad thing, however the opposite to the exfoliation process is that young skin cells develop 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 advantage of raising the deep subcutaneous skin layers that usually 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 period of time even when the top layers of your skin do not.
You can see where this is going. To remove the tattoo, we then have to exfoliate much deeper layers than normal.
Here’s how: First we use different active ingredients to boost skin exfoliation.
Then these deeper layers concern the top. The ink caught alongside the deep layers comes up also and wipes off with the brush of a towel
How to remove a tattoo naturally
Naturally all this is a shortened description and it’s not going to take place that quickly, in fact it takes weeks.
However when you compare that to the much slower “vaporize, scar, recover, and vaporize again” laser approach to ink removal, who in their right mind would pick laser?
Now you understand why I state that the only people who choose laser removal either do not comprehend or have never ever heard about natural deep exfoliation.
It’s simply plain a better technique for tattoo removal
Fortunately you don’t need to make that error.
If you do not already have a copy of the Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide, everything we discussed remains in there, including the details on the best ways to get it done with skin safe ingredients from your grocery store.
So now it’s time for you to get started and finally learn how to remove a tattoo naturally.