Modern technology offers many techniques to fade tattoos including laser tattoo removal, intense pulsed light therapy and tattoo removal creams. Many do-it-yourself tattoo removal methods exist, including freezing the ta... More »

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According to WebMD, skin-bleaching agents and topical acids can cause tattoos to fade. They may need to be applied continuously for six months to be effective and may cause visible damage (scarring) to the treated skin. ... More »

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There are multiple types of fade creams that work well for skin discoloration problems and some of the products that have received good reviews about their efficiency include Clarins Bright Plus HP Brightening Hydrating ... More »

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White tattoos fade and often more quickly than a black or colored tattoo. White tattoos are already less noticeable when placed on the skin, so when they fade, they become hardly recognizable. More »

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Tattoos will fade overtime no matter what, but the sun's ultraviolet rays will cause them to fade quicker. Other factors that can contribute tattoo fading are swimming pool chlorine, wind and indoor heating. More »

Surgical tattoo removal helps patients remove tattoos with medical technology and surgical methods. One of these methods is surgical excision, in which the tattoo is cut out with a scalpel, and the skin is stitched toget... More »

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According to the Smithsonian, tattoos have been used by human beings for thousands of years. The earliest-known examples come from Ancient Egyptian mummies that date back to 2000 B.C., but with the discovery of tattoos o... More »

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