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Question by Jenny
Submitted on 2/18/2004
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I was wondering what everyone else thought about dermasal? I have done some research and found that Dermasal'sparent company, Selmedica Healthcare, has a VERY bad reputation with the Better Business Bureau. You can look at the complaints yourself:

http://www.midsouth.bbb.org/commonreport.html?compid=1200382

Dermasal is also a salt abrasion rub. Does this work??? Is that not the same thing as a skin peel? I know that doctors use the same thing to treat acne, but how many layers of skin to you have to go down to remove a tattoo? My tattoo was done very poorly in the first place, and still is flares up once in a while. I think this dermasal will just cause a lot more irritation. What do you think?

Thanks.




Answer by Tiffany
Submitted on 3/8/2004
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Dermasal is basicalloy a rip off. I sed it for a while and never saw any change and after that they would not give me my money back

 

Answer by Justin H
Submitted on 3/10/2004
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Bishop are you the sales manager or just the copy writer for Dermasal and selmedica.com? To think you almost had me. When I went to your web site to buy (I really want to get rid of my Celtic) I happened to go find my way to selmedica.com

And what a range of hokey products you sell (How do you live with yourselves):

1 Breast Enlargement pill - yeah ah -hah

2 Penis Enlargement pill-yeah ah -hah

3 Penis Stiffener pill- yeah ah -hah

4 All natural Get Pregnant Now pill - yeah ah -hah

5 The best a pill for vaginal odor - I am still laughing

After finding this out I went back to the Dermasal site and looked hard. It was then I figured out you were selling SALT AND WATER. You want us to believe rubbing salt on a Tattoo will make it go away. Researching salt abrasion I found out it is recommended for Acne. What do acne and tattoo removal have in common?

But what really got me and made me take the time to write this is when I found your posting on the internet. Writing ads and posting them like they are from customers.

HOW STUPID DO YOU THINK WE ARE? YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED!


 

Answer by sacha
Submitted on 4/7/2004
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i am so glad that i found this site and thank you all for taking the time to post something on here as i have been trying to find some way to remove my tattoos and i was two minutes away from spending a lot of money with dermasal when i came across this site thank you once again for opening my eyes to the fact that it is a con.
by the way has anyone found a successfully way to remove tattoos yet that doesn't involve laser

 

Answer by sweet pea
Submitted on 4/10/2004
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Sacha, all i can tell you is that tattoo-off worked for me. At first my boyfriend used dermasal, but it really just made his skin inflamed, there were no results. Since my skin is sensitive, and i don't have the money for laser i tried tattoo -ff. it has been about 4 months now and all my friends can see a difference.

 

Answer by Weave
Submitted on 4/26/2004
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question for sweet pea...i also have sensitive skin and was looking for a product to remove a tattoo on my shoulder...does the tattoo off break your skin out into a rash at all??? i would like to hear from you...


thanks

weave    

 

Answer by chan
Submitted on 5/17/2004
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Most of these companies promise results but do not offer a money back guarantee.  Does this stuff really works?  

 

Answer by sweety
Submitted on 5/27/2004
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Thanks for this site. I was about to purchase dermasal and was excited that I wouldn't have to go through laser surgery. But Thanks for sharing your experiences and opening my eyes to a con. I guess I will schedule laser surgery- good thing my tattoo is mostly black ink...

 

Answer by mikey uk
Submitted on 5/27/2004
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hi just like to say thanks a lot chaps for your answers to the tattoo removal problems you have saved me some money and time thanks alot just like to say a big shout out to justin h well written mate

 

Answer by Rachel
Submitted on 6/10/2004
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thanks so much for your answers, i thought dermasel sounded like a great solution, and would've wasted my hard earned money on it, but thanks to you, i know better now.

 

Answer by Sal
Submitted on 7/12/2004
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Thanks so much for this info.  I too was about to be caught by this product.  Does anyone know anything about Tat B Gone?  It is another 3 part cream "solution" to tattoo removal....

 

Answer by qt8884
Submitted on 7/13/2004
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Yea, thanks for the heads up on Dermasal. I have a tat on my shoulder and want to have it removed but can't afford laser surgery at the moment. How does Tat Off work and is it pretty expensive?

 

Answer by laurelt
Submitted on 7/20/2004
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Does anyone know where they might do tatoo removal research and need volunteers?

 

Answer by Sarah
Submitted on 7/21/2004
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Thanks for all of your comments, you saved me a lot of time, money, and disappointment.

 

Answer by Firefighter
Submitted on 8/17/2004
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Thanks also to everyone taking the time to alert others.  I too would have wasted my money.  I tried "Tat-B-one" for 6 months with NO results.  I used it religiously and saw NO fading.  I spent A LOT of money.  The "Tattoo_Fade" looks like the exact same stuff.  "Tat-B-Gone" had three steps:  1- the cleanser;  2- apply step two and wait approximately 10 minutes for the creme to dry and; 3- apply step 3 and wait approx. 10 minutes for that to dry before putting clothing over it.  Do this twice a day.  BUYER BEWARE!! NO REFUNDS!!

 

Answer by kieffer
Submitted on 8/19/2004
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thnks a bunch
i did not waste my money either ... was about ot though

 

Answer by Daniel
Submitted on 8/31/2004
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Tat-B-Gone and Tattoo-Off are essentially the same product, which is to say that both are fake and neither will have any effect whatsoever on your skin, tattooed or otherwise (unless you are allergic to the ingredients, in which case you may get hives.)  A whois check revealed the domain of both products' homepages to be registered to the same guy who registered the "Tattoo Removal Institute" site promising an unbiased review of non-laser removal techniques.  Needless to say, he claimed only his worked.  All are fake, just like penis pills and breast lotions.  Getting a toddler to blow on the tattoo will have the same effect.

 

Answer by Kris-10
Submitted on 9/8/2004
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Thanks for all of the info. about Dermasal. I was about to be one very upset person. Has anyone tried anything else to remove their tattoo?

 

Answer by Elke
Submitted on 10/20/2004
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hi, as many others ( apparently)I have a tattoo, I want to get removed. I can't afford lasertherapy, so I'm trying to find other possibilities. At first dermasal seemed interesting, but now I know different!!
Thanks!!

 

Answer by d_man
Submitted on 12/16/2004
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Man I heard so sh** about dermasal. Dont do it

 

Answer by mariahoney2000
Submitted on 1/10/2005
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Hello my name is Maria and Iím writing because Iíve made a big mistake when I was younger and need to fixes it I have three tattoos and I need them to be removed Iíve  had these tattoos when I was 17teen years old now Iím 25yrs old and a single mom I have a little girl that is 1yrs old and would like to start my life over I feel that I had done something stupid when I was young and need to fixes it please this really means a lot to me and Iíll be move to Norfolk Virginia in two weeks and hopefully I will start a new job working in DePaul hospital as a CNA I really want to have this removal done be need to know is there a really tattoo removal product that works that can help me outÖÖ..Thank You  

 

Answer by Jenna
Submitted on 1/14/2005
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Thanks for everyone's helpful info. on Dermasal. Any other info. on Tattoo-Off or Tat-B-Gone??

 

Answer by Katie L
Submitted on 1/28/2005
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I have been using Dermasal for two months now. It has not lightened my tattoo in the least (and I have a very small tattoo). I can't believe this crap! Anyone else suggest a different method. I know Laser, but any other ways?

 

Answer by Upset with Dermasal
Submitted on 3/8/2005
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I really wish I would have read this string before I bought from Dermasal. Their "Iron Clad" risk free Guarantee is not worth the paper it is printed on. I have tried over and over to get my money back. I have not seen one dime. And now they won't even return my calls. Dermasal is a very shady company and I do not recommend anyone do business with them.

 

Answer by Jessica
Submitted on 4/20/2005
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Just wondering where I can find the so called "tattoo off". Can anyone tell me please?!

 

Answer by Lori C
Submitted on 4/25/2005
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Y'all are absolutely right! Dermasal is definitely a rip-off!  I have used it for a year, and no results! Stupid me for even doing it this long, but the directions said that it could take up to 18 months to remove a tattoo with black, blue, and red tones.  And they would not refund my money either -  unlike the brochure that advertised 100% money back guarantee!

 

Answer by Me
Submitted on 4/26/2005
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Well,
I just spent a LOT on Dermasal and hope to get my $ back.  It is leaving little scabs on parts of my arm where there is no tattoo.  What happened to the Tattoo-OFF link?

 

Answer by Michelle
Submitted on 5/2/2005
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Where is Tattoo Off's site?

 

Answer by jill
Submitted on 5/16/2005
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I tried Tat B Gone last spring.  I used for about 6 month's, and my tatoo seemed to get darker. I emailed them, and they told me I must be that 1% that it doesn't work on.  yeah Right!!!  I did a chargeback on my credit card, still pending.

 

Answer by matt
Submitted on 5/17/2005
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has anyone used TCA? Or tried the TCA sold at inkbusters.com?

 

Answer by Rayoohoo
Submitted on 5/17/2005
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I have been asked to develop a tattoo removal system and at first I was skeptical. However the

http://www.inkbusters.com/index.htm

site has some scientific references and chemical removal was highly developed as early as the 18 th century and used before "lazers" came along. I am now studying the scientific publications listed on this site.
Doc Ray.

 

Answer by to late
Submitted on 5/28/2005
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why didnt i find this 10 minutes ago, i just bought it (sigh) wow this sucks

 

Answer by HB
Submitted on 5/30/2005
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TAT B GONE IS THE SAME I USED IT FOR THE MONTHS AND IT JUST INFLAMED MY TATTOO,
I HAVE A BIG TATTOO THAT I NEED REMOVED... HELP!

 

Answer by Rachel
Submitted on 6/12/2005
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Yeah...I almost bought dermasal too. And then I noticed the spelling errors. The website is just very amateur and repetitive. Damn it! Yeah, does anyone know about Tatbgone? The example pictures look pretty fake. Laser might be the way to go guys! Start saving!

 

Answer by Jeanette
Submitted on 6/12/2005
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I was interested in purchasing a tatoo remover and I found this information.

For the purposes of this informational site, we will be discussing only the top two performers. Tat B Gone had the best overall rating. While Tattoo-OFF was the second best in overall ratings, this product did excel in certain areas.


 

Answer by Alli
Submitted on 6/26/2005
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Thanks so much for answering this about Dermasil, I cannot afford laser surgery and was considering. Thanks for saving me money!


I was also wondering about Tat Off. Has anyone here tried it or know of anyone who has and has it worked?

 

Answer by Dotmetric
Submitted on 7/25/2005
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Just adding my bit, thanks for saving my hard earned money and warning me about Dermasal, I guess its got to be laser after all...

 

Answer by Deb
Submitted on 8/2/2005
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My niece just contacted me about the Dermasal, thinking I might have heard something because I'm an RN.  The website puts a small statement in parenthesis below the brand name.  Basically it is a salt rub to remove a few layers of skin.  I wouldn't recommend it. The best way to remove a tat is to laser it off by a REPUTABLE doctor! Find someone who has had one removed and find out who did it. The ink is in the lower layers of skin....that's why they use a needle to put it on. You will not be able to remove it just rubbing something on daily.

 

Answer by amy
Submitted on 8/7/2005
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I checked the "FDA approval" of dermasal, and it is no where to be found.  Nice ploy.

 

Answer by Mel
Submitted on 8/12/2005
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No this stuff DOES
NOT WORK.  I took digital pics of my ink before I started using this stuff and 3 months later, there was NO change.  Yes, I sunk a bunch of $ into it and in the end, just got my tat done over again.  I am now going thru H@LL to get my $ back.  Don't waste you time or $.

 

Answer by Kevin
Submitted on 8/23/2005
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Dermasol does not work. I'm trying tat b gone now, going on 3 months and nothing yet so we'll see!!

 

Answer by Dqanny uk
Submitted on 9/18/2005
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Don't do it, Dermasal is a complete rip-off! I purchased a months supply of the product and it has made no difference at all to my tattoo. I will now do what I should have done in the first place and get it 'lasered' off.

 

Answer by Danny
Submitted on 10/18/2005
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They had me! I bought some and rubbed it on every day and guess what? Nothing! My tattoo is still there, no change at all. I have contacted Dermasal via Instant Messenger on AOL but they never reply to me.
If it sounds too good to be true it usually is!

 

Answer by Johnny Bravo
Submitted on 10/22/2005
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People...I couldn't help but notice this post when I was looking for a cheaper price for Dermasal (seems the company's website is still cheapest)....All I can say is the stuff is working for me. I had actually tried TAT B GONE once but never saw any results. I've now gone through a 6 month supply of Dermasal and I have definitely seen results, mostly on areas that I had previously had some laser sessions done on - these spots were already significantly faded, but still had a lot of ink. After using Dermasal, these areas started to fade noticeable, while areas that hadn't been hit by laser (I have a lot of tattoos), well, it's not that apparent on those areas, but I've stuck it out and I can see some fading on the areas that had never been treated with laser or anything else. I think the way the product works is it does some fading but you don't notice because there are still darker layers underneath, then when the ink has been 'thinned' out, you start to see it really go fast, but it takes a while to get to that point, thus a lot of people abandon the product before seeing results. Hey, I don't care about you people, (i.e. whether you ever remove your tats or not), but I'll tell you straight up, it's working for me and I will continue to buy and use the product until these tats are gone.

Good luck.

 

Answer by Shancy
Submitted on 10/25/2005
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Thanks a lot guys, I was almost fooled with the "get pregnant" pill. Then i stumbled upon this site. Thanks again.

 

Answer by Jake
Submitted on 11/15/2005
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Hey, Thanks for the info. I myself was about to be fooled by this con. I have a large colorful tattoo on my chest. I desperately want it removed. I was thinking about going with the dermasal in order to at least fade my tattoo enough for laser surgery to be more effective. Anyone know of any "real" creams out there that could help me???

Thanks,

Jake

 

Answer by matt
Submitted on 12/24/2005
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laser surgery has faded my tat. but the pain is still there and its been 3 months.  I think i did nerve damage to my spine.  I cant go back the experience has been bad although it did fade a little.  i also don't know how to go about removing the rest.

 

Answer by STUCK WITH A TAT
Submitted on 1/18/2006
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Well, I bought the Dermasal stuff and now I found this site.  This is great.  Do you guys know if they give you your money back...Stuck with a TAT...

 

Answer by JD
Submitted on 1/30/2006
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How do we sue dermasal?  I'm ENRAGED that I got ripped off!  And too bad I found this site after the fact.

 

Answer by dazedandconfused
Submitted on 1/30/2006
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Just wanted to inform you guys, if anyone is having problems with the money back gurantee on dermasal , if you bought it from new tech vitamins, the number to contact is under carpet kingdom on airline hwy!!!! i did alot of reserach and finally got in touch with the owner!!

 

Answer by Iceman
Submitted on 2/2/2006
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I bought alvidar from this company and was fool enough to believe there sales talk they took £108.00 OFF ME and has just been a disaster, I emailed them as it was an offer of cash back if they did not work in reply from them money back was never mentioned just to telephone one of their advisers. Don't buy anything from this company so you have all been warned

 

Answer by jassi
Submitted on 3/6/2006
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thanks everyone for sharing your experience, u saved me a lot of money, but most of all you saved me the disappointment, i hope one of us finds a different and better solution, and shares it with the rest of the gang here.

 

Answer by jassi
Submitted on 3/6/2006
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Thanks everyone for sharing your experience, you saved me a lot of money, but most of all you saved me the dissappointment. I hope one of us finds a different and better solution, and shares it with the rest of the gang here.

 

Answer by kimmie
Submitted on 3/9/2006
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I was just wondering if anyone has ever tried OVULEX? If anyone has please let me know.

                  Thanks,Kimmie

 

Answer by slim
Submitted on 4/13/2006
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damn man i just bought this stuff what to do?

 

Answer by allie
Submitted on 5/21/2006
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I use dermasal and I am seeing results . You have to give it time and it will work.

 

Answer by judy
Submitted on 5/28/2006
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I have boughten Tatbegone >>DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!! DOESNT WORK!!

 

Answer by judy
Submitted on 5/28/2006
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I have boughten Tatbegone ,,please dont waste your money on this it doesnt work.

 

Answer by kat
Submitted on 5/31/2006
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Thanks everyone for the heads up on Dermasal. I had a great tattoo, but after I colored it the whole thing looks awful. Does anyone have info. on TatBGone?

 

Answer by hjp
Submitted on 6/1/2006
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Is there no way that i'mgetting my money back from dermasal?

 

Answer by mark
Submitted on 7/4/2006
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I only wish i'dfound this site before buying two months of Dermasal. However, i cannot rubbish them as i still have'ntgot the stuff yet! I ordered it just over two weeks ago, they debited my account the following morning after my order! and like other folk they have'ntreplied to my e.mails! BASTARDS!!

 

Answer by Mark
Submitted on 7/24/2006
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Thanx guys,i had my credit card ready to order that dermasal stuff,salt & water eh? What a rip off. I've been using that Tat B gone soultion & so far its done nothing for me,i'llbe back to let you know when im finished the treatment if it works or not.

 

Answer by Crystal
Submitted on 7/24/2006
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Thanx for the site I was sure that I was gonna purchase this product but now I'm glad I didn't.

 

Answer by Tracey
Submitted on 7/26/2006
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Thank you everybody for your input on dermasal.  I think if any of you have ever heard of the following tattoo removal creams, you should consult with a dermatologist first.  That is what I'm going to do.  Maybe they've heard of something that actually works.  I've heard of tat-b-gone, TCA and tattoo-off.  I haven't tried any of them, but I plan on it depending on what the dermatologist says.

 

Answer by Ann
Submitted on 7/27/2006
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Go to this web site if you have questions: http://www.tattooremovalinstitute.org/index.html

 

Answer by carrie
Submitted on 7/29/2006
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Thanks for the heads up on dermasal - p.s. on their website the product is discontinued. has anyone tried tat-b-gone? If so, how were your results?

 

Answer by QueenDL
Submitted on 8/20/2006
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Thanks everyone for your comments, they really made me think twice about purchasing DERMASAL. I had a lip liner tattoo done about 5 years ago, and for some reason the lipstick tattoo is fading, but the line is PREVALENT as ever. I wanted to get laser tattoo removal, but my husband recommended I find an ALL NATURAL or topical way to remove my tattoo. I think I may research TATTOO OFF a little more and possibly purchase it, if it seems like it works! Keep up the good work!

 

Answer by robert Shaw
Submitted on 9/11/2006
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im using dermasal right now i have used it for 6 days and my tattoo is fading away. it took me forever to get it tough. its painful at times but its working. my tattoo is red and black and the red is just about gone. the ppl that work there are assholes and everyone is a supervisor.

 

Answer by wondurboy
Submitted on 11/28/2006
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is there a tattoo remover cream out there? im poor like the rest of you  haha

 

Answer by doc5775
Submitted on 12/5/2006
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I would like to tell all of you that there is a product that I have tried and it seemed to work, I have been tattooing for over 16 years and found this stuff called "tat gone ink" you tattoo this cream into the skin over the existing and after a few times of letting it heal and doing it again it does lighten the tattoo, the draw back of-course is you only get enough to start the process and it is a little costly...but it does work as far as I got with it, and doesn't't leave to much of a scar, I would imagine the scaring is just light enough that it would go away after a year or so....just wanted to say something...thanks....
doc5775 at hotmail dot com

 

Answer by Billie
Submitted on 12/26/2006
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I realize this info is a little old, but thanks anyway for the heads up, I was just going to buy dermasal for my son to use on his tattoo.

 

Answer by tania
Submitted on 2/9/2007
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hey i heard laser treatment leaves a mark , so is there any way to get rid of a tattoo without pain?

 

Answer by COCKNEYBOY
Submitted on 3/19/2007
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DID ANYONE LEARN THE TRUTH ABOUT TATTO-OFF OF TAT BE GONE? CHEERS

 

Answer by OzzyLynn
Submitted on 7/16/2007
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I don't know what you people are trying to remove but as a tattoo artist I'm having good results on my very old homemade tattoos. Are you trying to remove big professional tattoos? Because if they are done right this probably isn't a good option for you unless you have about 18 months to use it.

I have a small 'X' on my finger that is fading quickly and a old star that the ink is surfacing to in only 3 days. I'll keep you updated.

 

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