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The reason for all the worry is that in just a few weeks we are all going to be tattooed. But the truth is, most people with tattoos never want to get rid of them. When your body is full of chemicals and ink, the best tattoo removal method may only be a few hours of burning of the ink or rubbing with a hot metal towel, or rubbing with an electric razor, etc. There is nothing you can do on a tattooed body that is more painful than getting burned, burned enough that most people don’t want to get rid of the tattoo or don’t know if they should. Tattoo removal methods can be just as painful and risky as an injection wound, but are far less likely to get you killed. In this article, a few common tattoo removal methods I’ve seen are presented, with descriptions of how they work, their risks, their outcomes if they fail and some information about why they don’t.
1. Tattoo Removal via Burn
This is the easiest method to use when tattoo removal is needed but isn’t an option. The chemical tattoos need to be removed by tattoo removal methods, and burning your ink is one of the least bad and least risky forms of tattoo removal. A burn is a self inflicted injury that lasts only as long as the burn marks are present on your skin. So you are not likely to get scarring from using this method. But be warned, it may require your skin to stay on fire for a long time, or have to receive medical assistance.
The most important thing to understand about your tattoos is that each one will be damaged differently. The most common reasons to tattoo a tattoo on yourself are simple: anger, passion, love, lust, vanity, to celebrate you, mark a connection with your past, to protect yourself against illness, to honor your ancestors, and to feel good about yourself. They will all have varying degrees of damage, so the most effective methods are ones you can use safely and comfortably that won’t hurt you.
The best tattoos you can get, whether you want something permanent or just a new look for your body, are ones that are well designed, that are easy to remove without painful burning, and that will have some kind of positive relationship with the body they are on. A well designed tattoo means that your tattoo isn’t designed to be looked at for hours or days, or to get dirty. It has a meaning, meaning to the recipient or the client, that they will