Sunday, September 6, 2009

How does a Tattoo Fading Lotion Work?

A Tattoo Fading lotion works by having an effect on your layers of skin. The lotion goes into the top epidermis layer and makes it peel away. This exposes the next layer, the dermis, where your tattoo actually is. Your body then goes to work healing the epidermis layer and a scab is formed, which makes part of the dermis (tattoo layer) pull away.

This pulling away will cause some of that old tattoo to fade or remove as the scab falls off. Obviously, the effectiveness of a tattoo fading lotion will have many conditions, including how your tattoo was applied into the dermis layer to begin with. The more professional the job, the better. Now you know how tattoo fading lotion works, do you think it will work for you?


  1. I've just heard about this tattoo fading lotion. I don't have a tattoo on my body; but this info is a good news for others who want to remove their tattoo...Laser tattoo removal is still more expensive than this lotion, right?

  2. Yes, very much so. Really varies depending on where you live, but for an average of 3-4 treatments using laser, you would spend $600-$1200 depending on size, as compared to about $250 here, quite a difference!