Who has used TCA to fade Tattoos?
- 06-14-2011, 04:46 PM
- 06-14-2011, 08:32 PM
Not I. Not that I compete, but rather that I have a distinct love for the tats I have. They all have very special meaning, and I'm proud to show 'em off. (4 of 'em)-RecoverBro Zombie Specialist and Paracord Wrangler
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- 06-14-2011, 11:45 PM
Ive read a little about it, and from what I can gather, it may actually work to fade them a little, so depending on your skin tone, the actual tattoo itself, plus the amount of tanning/fake tan you put on for your competition, it might give you some good results.
The laser is the only real way to go, I mean, all that I said might end up giving you about 50% reduction in a perfect situation, if you have light skin tone, good acid burn off/fading of 20% after multiple applications, and really dark fake tan, but is that going to be enough? I cant say for sure, let us know since youre already ordering some. If you did actual before and after photos, that would be awesome.PHF Anabolic Trinity Epistane, Trenavar, and Mentabolan - Available Now!!
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06-18-2011, 03:25 AM
I've actually opted to have laser surgery even though I am Heavily tattooed. I love my ink, but I have a strong ambition to compete in the sport some day. I'm of a darker complexion which I heard is risky when using TCA... I would have loved to log the results because no one has done this properly as of yet.
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