Tattoo Ink For Commitment-Phobes
By Marci Robin |
Thinking about getting a tattoo, but afraid you might regret it down the line? You're not alone. Of the approximately 40 million Americans with at least one tattoo, half of them look into getting their body art removed, according to the American Society of Dermatological Surgery.
But it's not easy. It can take multiple sessions of laser treatments, and some studies show that this could create carcinogenic compounds that stay stored in a person's lymph nodes. In many cases, despite numerous laser sessions, a faded version of the tattoo is still visible.
Infinitink, created by New Jersey company Freedom2, is a groundbreaking tattoo ink available at limited tattoo shops around the country. Its patented process, called P2E, allows for permanence but removability. Like regular tattoo ink, its particles will become entrapped in the upper dermis to create the tattoo; however, Infinitink can be removed or changed with fewer laser treatment.
Sound like the perfect option for you? Visit the official website to locate a tattoo artist that works with Infinitink.