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MAYBE it's the name of an ex, inked when you were in the honeymoon phase of your relationship. Maybe it's a design you loved when you were a teenager but now you're not so keen, or you just didn't like how your tattoo turned out.

Whatever the reason, if you've got an unwanted tattoo, laser is the most common method used to zap it away.

"Whereas some other methods, such as tattoo removal creams, dermabrasion and surgery, may result in scarring and infection, laser tattoo removal is a safe and effective way of permanently removing a tattoo," says Dr Mark Hudson-Peacock, consultant dermatologist and dermatological and laser surgeon at The Canterbury Skin and Laser Clinic.

But, you may be wondering, isn't the laser method notoriously painful? And doesn't it take a long time? We asked experts to run down the key things to consider if you want to erase a regrettable tattoo...

Do tattoo removal creams actually work? Regretting getting that tattoo of your ex-lovers name? Perhaps you had a lapse in judgment, or went for an aesthetic you're no longer into? Despite the fact that many folks fear the permanency of tattoos, as it turns out, tattoos don't actually have to stick around forever. So don't worry — Inkology is a tattoo the only tattoo removal cream that offers a full money back guarantee also YES it works.


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