TCA Tattoo Removal Explained

Today I’d like to talk some other tattoo removal options called TCA tattoo removal. Many people have heard about this method to remove tattoos but maybe a little bit unsure of exactly what it is or how it works. In today’s article I hope to shed a little light on the subject for you.

TCA is an acronym that stands for trichloro acetic acid. TCA has been used for many years in high end beauty salons for chemical skin peels. These TCA peels have been used for treating all sorts of skin conditions including blemishes, acne, fine lines, calluses, stretch marks, wrinkles, rough skin, wrinkles, age spots, blotches, and dark spots under the eyes.

TCA peel tattoo removal is accomplished by applying a diluted solution of TCA to the tattoo. The TCA peel results in a mild inflammation of the skin cells that are holding the tattoo ink. It also results in skin peeling to expose the tattoo ink that is deposited in the layer of skin called the dermis. This results in tattoo ink particles working their way to the surface of the skin and being shed away with new skin growth.

TCA tattoo removal is actually a slow, controlled process. Best results are obtained through repeated use of the TCA peel over a period of several months. With each treatment session, a little more tattoo ink is faded away.

According to one seller of TCA for tattoo removal, Ink Busters, TCA peel tattoo removal has been proven to be safe and effective on two occasions. They report that the British Journal of Plastic Surgery and the South African Medical Journal published results stating that the use of TCA peels for tattoo removal is safe and effective and that TCA tattoo removal has an 85% success rate.

People who use TCA tattoo removal generally report that they experience a mild stinging sensation. If at any time, the user feels unforgettable with the sensation, they can apply the neutralizer which will instantly stop the TCA acid from causing further stinging.

There are relatively few risks associated with using TCA peel tattoo removal. The risks include, mild discomfort, slight redness, and hypopigmentation. Hypopigmentation means that the skin may end up being lighter than the surrounding skin in some cases. This may be more of a problems for dark skinned individuals.

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