Friday, September 11, 2009

Tattoo Removal-New Tattoo

So you had a great weekend, but ended up with a tattoo you may not even remember getting. OK, so maybe that's not exactly what happened, but just how long do you need to wait to perform tattoo removal on a new tattoo?

Well, it is not a good idea to attempt immediate tattoo removal on a new tattoo. On average, it is recommended that you wait about six weeks before attempting any form of removal . Your skin will need time to heal first, then you can consider treatment. If you wish to visit a physician for laser removal, it is best to notify them regarding the age of your tattoo, as they may delay your visit until they can treat your healed skin. Besides, why take risks and chance skin infections when the tattoo removal process is fairly slow anyways.

1 comment:

  1. The positive element of tattoo removal is that you are no longer burdened with a tattoo you seriously regret. If a tattoo is holding you back from getting a job you want or keeps you from attaining goals you have set for yourself, a little pain and scarring may be worth it to you.

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