10 Misconceptions Your Boss Has About tattoo removal.before and after
I am an avid tattoo wearer. I have lived in San Diego for nearly a decade now, and I have seen a lot of tattoo artists in action. I was never one of those tattoo artists, and I was in a tattoo shop for two years before I moved to the Midwest. I had my first tattoo at six years old, when I was given a butterfly as a tattoo. I’ve gone through several more in the past five years, and I still have a lot more to go.
The point is, if you’ve ever had a tattoo in a shop, you know how much of a strain it can be on your body. And if you don’t have an easy clean-up process between visits, you can get really gross. When I first moved to the Midwest, I found the best way to remove a tattoo was to take off your clothes, get the ink scraped out with a razor, and then put on a t-shirt.
That may sound disgusting, but the truth is you don’t have to remove your body art. You just need a good razor and a well-lit room and time. If you’ve had a tattoo before, it’s probably best to just clean it up as you go because the ink can clog your pores.