The best way to speed up your tattoo removal time is by getting used to removing them. To speed things up, try:
Using the AHA method
Avoiding your tattoo completely
Keeping the piercing in place when removing
The AHA method: This method requires a few things. It requires you to get a needle out in order to get the removal to continue with the tattoo, and it requires the owner/client to remove the tattoo from his/her genitals through a very small incision on the skin close to and below the groin, the tip of which can be removed with a small pinching or cutting tool. The incision, as well as the needle used to remove tattoo, must be completely open – you can’t make small cuts on skin for the removal. The removal is not likely to be perfect the first few times.
While this method involves removing a very small tattoo, I believe this method will be the most effective in regards to removing small tattoos. The AHA method does involve removing the most common types of tattoo tattoos to be removed (that being the circles and lines, which are not very common in American culture) but the needle can be used on other types of tattoos as well.
While I don’t recommend using an AHA needle, I believe that all individuals should try this on a temporary basis until they learn how to properly remove tattoo from their body. However, I do recommend that if you choose to proceed using a permanent AHA piercing, that you wait a few weeks for a permanent incision in order to completely remove it (and to let the skin grow back).
Do you have any other tips that you would like to add? Feel free leave them in the comments!
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