Natural Tattoo Removal at Home
“When you talk about natural tattoo removal, how does it work, exactly? I get that you’re using body-safe, natural ingredients but I don’t understand how they act on the body to remove tattoos.”
When it comes to all-natural tattoo removal, people often ask questions like this. It seems that they appreciate the safety aspects of natural, laser-free tattoo removal but don’t quite understand how natural removal works.
How Accelerated Exfoliation Removes Tattoos
Did you know that your skin exfoliates on its own, without you having to “do” anything? It’s true. The layer of skin you see is not really living. That’s why you can rub a fingernail lightly against your skin and not feel much. But if you push deeply or use the sharp point of a pair of scissors you’ll have a different story to tell.
You’re going to feel it, and it’s not going to be pleasant. In fact, you may see some red. You won’t have struck oil but you will have struck living skin cells.
Accelerated exfoliation gets to that living 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. However, there’s another side to the accelerated exfoliation process.
Young skin cells mature to take the place of the ones on the layer above them more rapidly as well, with no harm done. You also get the added benefit of bringing up the deeper skin layers that normally don’t exfoliate at all.
These deeper skin layers are the exact ones that tattoo artists target when they embed ink. This is why tattoos hold for a long time, even when the top layers of your skin do not.
Can you see where this is going?
The Laserless Tattoo Removal System
To remove the tattoo, we need to exfoliate deeper layers than normal. Here’s how: first we use specific ingredients to enhance skin exfoliation. These deeper layers will then work their way 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, this is an abbreviated explanation so it’s not going to happen that quickly. In fact, it takes weeks. Yet, when you compare that to the much slower “vaporize, scar, heal and vaporize again” laser approach to ink removal, who in his right mind would choose laser?
Now you know why the only people who choose laser tattoo removal either don’t understand or have never heard about natural, deep exfoliation. It’s simply a better method for removing tattoos.
Thankfully, you don’t have to make that mistake. Everything we’ve talked about is in the Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide, including the details on how to get it done with skin-safe ingredients from your grocery store.