A temporary tattoo can be removed with baby oil, and one might be able to remove a permanent tattoo with a salt scrub or homemade chemical peel. There are no truly safe home remedies to remove a permanent tattoo, and mos... More »

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Because henna tattoos are temporary, they do fade over time as the skin exfoliates naturally. Sometimes, however, people want to remove their henna tattoos more quickly. These tips help to fade henna tattoos, but some st... More »

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To remove a black henna tattoo, soak it in salty water for 15 minutes, scrub the tattoo with a large-grained exfoliating scrub, and rub the tattoo with a loofah sponge. Repeat this 30-minute process daily until the tatto... More »

While recipes vary, one common recipe for prison tattoo ink comes from boot polish, baby oil and a small amount of water. Other recipes may include pen ink, melted plastic or Styrofoam, and shampoo colored with soot. More »

Removing a homemade tattoo is a virtually identical process to removing any other tattoo. Do not attempt any home remedies, as these rely on chemical irritants. Such products are not illegal, but the Food and Drug Admini... More »

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There are numerous ways to sterilize tattoo needles, including chemical sterilization, boiling, bleaching and flaming. However, the most effective method for tattoo and piercing studios is an autoclave. The materials nee... More »

Fake tattoos are a fun way to express your individuality without the pain and permanence of a traditional tattoo. There are several ways to make temporary tattoos at home, and this easy technique produces professional re... More »

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