Tattoo Removal Costs
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Alternative tattoo removal, avoid the laser with this helpful all-natural tattoo removal method. Get rid of that old memory today, safe, effective, and inexpensive.



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Published 14 October 2017
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 Tattoo Removal Costs
When you're looking at laser-based methods, you're paying for an initial consultation followed by a per session charge.
Clinics that are hungry for business might offer the initial consult for free, but usually, you're paying about $100 for the privilege. Basically, the doctor or his assistant will look at your tattoo, tell you how easy or hard of a job it'll be for the lasers depending on the size, complexity, and amount of ink pigments used. And based on that plan he will recommend a series of laser removal sessions. In essence, you're being charged $100 or so for a sales presentation. But hey, when you get to call your clients "patients," you have that luxury :-) So how about the cost per session? Depends on part of the country you're from, but expect to pay about $150-$400 per session. If you have a really easy removal job you may have as little as three treatments, but more likely you can expect to be going for five or more. It's not uncommon for someone to continue treatments for two years for larger tattoos that cover the whole of the back or thigh area.
Home-based removal: the cost of a grocery bill
Or not even that. Home-based methods can be surprisingly affordable because they use natural exfoliation to bring the ink up to the surface layers where it is then expelled through natural processes.
Take the aloe vera or lemon juice methods mentioned in my laserless tattoo removal guide (found here: [Tattoo Removal At Home]). How much do these ingredients cost at your grocery store? $10 max nowadays? Unlike laser methods, you'll probably pay a lot less for the removal than the actual tattoo!
Of course at home methods do require more effort on your part, since you'll need to keep to a schedule and exfo-liate multiple times a day before you see a decent level of fade. Based on the money you're saving though, it's well worth it. I mean, when you look at a series of laser treatments, you're talking $500 at the very minimum for a small heart tattoo. $1,000 plus for a tattoo of any size, and well into the thousands for larger designs. And you're not even really saving time because you have to keep driving to the clinic and going through multiple sessions.
Tattoo Removal Methods
Just my opinion anyway, as someone who teaches and preaches home-based removal methods. You're free to make your own decisions my friend.
You should thank your local grocery storeit literally built you into the person you are.
Think about it: most of the cells of your body are replaced in days, months, or a few years. And what are they re-placed with? The food you buy from your local grocery store. The food literally turns into you. I bring this interesting thought up to help you understand just how powerful foodborne chemicals can be in alter-ing your body. And yes, that includes removal of skin tattoo ink.
In fact not only is there a way to do so at your grocery store, there are several different ways, using different in-gredients to do the same job. Here are just a few of those methods.
The salabrasion technique uses a mixture of water and granular salts, along with light sanding, to literally wipe the tattoo away using micro-friction.
Remember that salts are microscopic crystals, a fact obvious to tiny insects, but forgotten by large human beings. They have the same effect when applied to the skin in the correct way. No tool is right for everyone but the Salabrasion technique is one of the first I turn to when a tattoo removal client wishes to do a full removal in less than a month.
Aloe vera and yogurt
What if I told you that you could remove a tattoo and actually nourish the skin around it at the same time? You'd probably think I was trying to pull a fast one.
But applying aloe vera and yogurt in a specific formula, 3 to 4 times a day, has been shown to naturally exfoliate tattoos. This alongside providing vitamin E and other skin healthy nutrients directly to the skin. The aloe vera method is great for women and anyone with sensitive skin.
The sand powder method
Now we're getting a bit rougher. The sand powder is irritating to the skin, so I don't recommend this method to clients who have young or gentle skin. But for those willing to deal with the mild irritation for several weeks, this is one of the most effective and expedient natural removal methods there is.
Like the other methods discussed, the sand powder is applied directly to the skin surface after a careful antibacte-rial wash and drying. The best way to apply the sand powder is using a soft washcloth or towel soaked in warm water. Sponges also work for this. The sand powder will act as a deep exfoliating agent, speeding up the skin cell rejuvenation process and pulling the deep layers of the skin, along with the ink and bedded, to the surface where it is then simply wiped away.Try Our Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide Now
How to remove tattoos naturally
Accelerated exfoliation
Did you know that your skin exfoliates on its own, 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. But if you push deep or use the sharpened end of a pair of scissorsdifferent story. You're going to feel it, and it's not going to be pleasant. In fact, you may see some red. You didn't strike oil, but you did strike living skin cells.
Accelerated exfoliation gets to that layer. It does so by doing something the body normally doesn't do on its own -- it increases the rate at which living skin cells die and rise to the surface.
Now, this may sound like a bad thing, but the other side to the exfoliation process is that young skin cells mature 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 benefit of bringing up the deep subcutaneous skin layers that normally 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 time even when the top layers of your skin do not. You can see where this is going. To remove the tattoo, we then need to exfoliate deeper layers than normal. Here’s hoǁ: First ǁe use ǀarious ingredients to enhance skin exfoliation. Then these deeper layers come to the top. The ink trapped alongside the deep layers comes up as well and wipes off with the brush of a towel.
Of course, all of this is an abbreviated explanation and it's not going to happen that quickly, in fact, it takes weeks. But when you compare that to the ŵuch sloǁer ͞ǀaporize, scar, heal, and vaporize agaiŶ͟ laser approach to ink removal, who in their right mind would choose laser?
Now you know why I say that the only people who choose laser removal either don't understand or have never heard about natural deep exfoliation. It's just plain a better method for tattoo removal.
Thankfully you don't have to make that mistake. If you don't already have a copy of the Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide, everything we talked about is in there, including the details on how to get it done with skin safe ingredi-ents from your grocery store: [Get Your Tattoo Remove With Laserless Guide]