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Does wrecking balm tattoo removal work?

Asked by Lothloriengaladriel (1550points) April 2nd, 2010

I have a very small tattoo on the back of my kneck that I wouldn’t mind removing, Ive actually had another tattoo removed with lazer but it was very expensive and painfull. Has anyone tried this cream?

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slick44's avatar

I would also like to no the answer to this ques.

davidbetterman's avatar

You can try to remove tats, but really, you never remove them completely. This is why you must be so so sure about getting that tat, and not getting one while drunk, stoned or otherwise mentally impaired.

marinelife's avatar

Here is one person’s experience:

“Wrecking Balm is a scam and, although they say you can recieve a full refund, they make you jump through hoops to get your money back and then charge your credit card again and maintain you have agreed to it…. Then they tell you that you get your money back in 30 to 60 days upon recieving the product back, or get half of your money back withing five days if you just keep it.. It is clear they are ripping people of and I am really surprised they have gotten away with it to date.. If you would like to try this product, tell them you will pay when it works…. I am sure they will not agree and use there high pressure sales tactics to obtain your credit card info.. Good luck.. By the way laser is expensive and hurts but it works..” Source

slick44's avatar

I love my tattoos. They make me who i am.

stardust's avatar

I’d like to remove mine too, but I don’t particularily want to go through laser surgery.

cazzie's avatar

There is no topical cream that could safely remove the dermal stain of a tattoo, unless it was so caustic it would lead to infection, open sores or horrible scaring.
Think before you ink.

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