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 »

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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It is possible to get a tattoo on keloid skin, but it is not recommended. Keloid skin causes lumps and abnormal growth underneath the surface, making it uneven and skin that is not ideal for tattooing. More »

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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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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The most important tip when getting a tattoo, no matter the design, is not to rush through choosing the final sketch design. Tattoos are permanent, and being happy with how the tattoo looks on paper increases the likelih... More »

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Protecting tattoos from the sun means covering them in a high-level SPF sunblock, wearing protective clothing or avoiding the sun altogether. Overexposure to sunlight makes the colors of the tattoo fade. More »

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