Are tattoo removal creams dangerous?

Tattoo Removal . 1 answer . 5 years ago

Can the creams damage my skin? Are they even effective in removal or do they just lighten tattoos?

ANSWERS FROM DOCTORS


5 years ago by Celibre Medical Corporation

We do not know that tattoo removal creams are dangerous, it depends on
the active ingredient. We will say that from our experience we have had
many patients that have used them and none say they were effective.

Regards,

5 years ago by Celibre Medical Corporation (View Profile)

We do not know that tattoo removal creams are dangerous, it depends on
the active ingredient. We will say that from our experience we have had
many patients that have used them and none say they were effective.

Regards,


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