Does the Wrecking Balm Tattoou00c2u00a0Fading Cream system work? After visiting some different sites and forums where people have commented on and given their reviews, their ratingsu00c2u00a0look like this approximately:u00c2u00a0 No one claimed it totally faded their tattoo. 60%u00c2u00a0 said no noticeable fading of their tattoo 20%u00c2u00a0 said there was some noticeable fading. 20% said there was a lot of fading.u00c2u00a0 About 35%u00c2u00a0 said they were pretty happy with the amount of fading they had. (It was enough to cover over with a new tattoo, or with make up.)u00c2u00a0 Maybe 10% or so, or a third of the ones that were happy with it, said they were really happy with it.u00c2u00a0 I found myself a bit skeptical of these comments, wondering if they were legit. But maybe they were.
C0nsidering that lazer tattoo removal can easily be $2000-$4000 or more, depending on several factors like tattoo age, color shade, size, type of ink and so forth, for many, using a tattoo removal cream like Wrecking Balm seems worth trying.u00c2u00a0
Keep in mind, theu00c2u00a0Wrecking Balm Tattoo cream removal kit is comprised ofu00c2u00a0things you can get at a drug store- for a lot cheaper.u00c2u00a0u00c2u00a0(the main ingredient in their tattoo removal cream isu00c2u00a0 1% hydroquinone, a skin whitener. Care must be taken in using it, as it can irritate or even scar the skin).
u00c2u00a0I’d like to hear what the experience is of customers who tried Wrecking Balm for fading their tattoo. Did it work for you? how long did it take? how much did you spend? how much did your tattoo fade?u00c2u00a0
page topic: Reviews of Wrecking Balm Tattoo Fading Cream. Does it work? your experience?