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Question by Cierra
Submitted on 5/4/2004
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Does anyone know about the ink called bubble gum? It's suppose to remove tattoo ink out of your body by like drying it up and bringing to the surface to scab. The woman that did my permant make up told me about it! Could someone e-mail me something about it? cierraaustin@hotmail.com

Answer by melinda
Submitted on 6/9/2004
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i have never heard of it but if there is a such thing i would like to know myself


Answer by Lani
Submitted on 6/17/2004
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Bubble gum is not use for tattoo removal and whoever told you that must of mis-informed you. I used bubble gum but it's for color corrective  and/or to mix with other color to lighten it up.  What you want is this gel called "exfoliating gel" and it does what you described above and I've been using that on several of my clients.  It's like a reverse role of tattooing.  Hope that helps.


Answer by hot girl
Submitted on 6/17/2005
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i got my nose done but its not all the way throw so i took it out i wanna get it done again i have my eye, tong, belly,and my nose i have 8 tatoo i am 18 years old


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