Does Tattoo Removal Cream Work: One Detroit Tattoo Removal Clinic Weighs In

Looking to help others remove tattoos safely, Ink Blasters Precision Laser Tattoo Removal in Detroit, mentions the release of an FDA report about Tattoo Removal Creams. Based on research, the report indicates creams are potentially dangerous to the skin, and do not effectively remove tattoos.

Ink Blasters Precision Laser Tattoo Removal, located in Livonia, Michigan, wants local residents to understand the side effects and serious medical reactions caused by Tattoo Removal Creams. In a recent report, the FDA announced that tattoo removal creams and methods alike, have NOT been approved for use as they have been linked to adverse reactions. In the report, the FDA recommends Laser Tattoo Removal as a safe and effective alternative to remove tattoos.

The FDA recently published a report stating that one out of every eight American adults have a tattoo somewhere on their body that they regret. Many more American also feel the need to modify or update their existing tattoo ink. The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) stated that more than 100,000 tattoo removal treatments were performed in 2011, and the number of tattoo removal patients continues to rise each year.

Tattoo removal creams are considered to be a “do-it-yourself” treatment method, and there is no clinical evidence to support their use. Many of these creams are causing uncomfortable and painful side effects including rashes, scarring, burning, and in some cases, changes to skin pigmentation.

The FDA report then goes on to say that Laser Tattoo Removal is the safest and most effective treatment method available to remove tattoos. This conclusion was determined after reviewing the advanced laser technology that is used during tattoo removal sessions. In detail, the report explains how this technology is designed to target and destroy specific colors of ink without damaging the surface of the skin.

Ink Blasters Precision Laser Tattoo Removal has obtained one of the best lasers currently available on the market, capable of removing any color of ink from a variety of skin types. Distributing energy equally, the square beam laser (provided by Quanta Aesthetic Lasers) does not create hotspots, and delivers twice the power to break up pigmented tattoo ink. When asked about their experience with tattoo removal, a client of Ink Blasters Precision Laser Tattoo Removal Detroit said, “After two treatments I can already see results. Ryan is professional on all levels and his new studio is awesome. I told all my friends how great this process is. I highly recommend anyone that needs tattoo removal to use Ink Blasters.”

To learn more about Ink Blasters Precision Laser Tattoo Removal in Detroit, or for more information about the recently released FDA Tattoo Removal Cream warning report, call (734) 629-5434, or click to visit

The FDA report containing the information about Tattoo Removal Creams can be found at

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