Inkology Tattoo&Cosmetic Tattoo Removal Cream
During tattooing, ink is injected into the skin. The ink initiates an immune response, and cells called "macrophages" move into the area and "eat up" the ink. The macrophages carry some of the ink to the body's lymph nodes. But some of those macrophages that are filled with ink stay put, embedded in the skin. That's what makes the tattoo visible under the skin.
We get tattoos for varied reasons but later want no trace of them left on our bodies. Most are associated with emotions; after falling in love, you might picture a happily-ever-after ending and get a tattoo of your significant other's name or face. Unfortunately, a few years down the line, your relationship hits a rough patch, and you go your separate ways. That tattoo becomes a bitter reminder of that person, and you decide to get rid of it, coming to reason with it is the only way to move on to a better future.