Tattoo Removal 50-75% faster than laser. saline based solution
(909) 907-4TAT (4828)
Natural Tattoo Removal Saline based solution

 or lighten for a coverup   

INKED REGRET

Non laser tattoo Removal ,saline based solution. permanent makeup removal,  Inland Empire, Upland , Claremont , Rancho Cucamonga,Ontario ...

 
 
 

TATTOO REGRET?

Inked Regret specializes in ALL NATURAL 
Tattoo Removal

 
 
 
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111 N Benson Ave. Upland, California 91786

 Tattoo Removal
Permanent makeup removal specialist


CONSULTATIONS ARE FREE!

Lightening for a better Cover-up !!

sessions start at $100 pricing may vary call for an appointment

909-907-4828

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*(depoist required for missed appointments/cancels less than 24hrs) 
Inked Regret offers an alternative to tattoo removal. No harmful Laser, no acids.  

Works for all tattoos and all colors! 

Non laser tattoo removal system all natural, non toxic, 50-75% faster than laser and removes all colors.


THE PROCEDURE: 
The Procedure starts as if you were getting a tattoo, with a tattoo machine using lidocaine making it less uncomfortable then when you received the tattoo. After the skin is porous the saline base solution is applied . Along with the natural herbs such as lemon oil, chamomile extract ( natural anti-viral , anti inflammatory agents) works with your body to form a scab. Approximately 10-14 days later the scab falls off,  along with a layer of ink from your tattoo.

Before ( correction done w/ white ink) After 3 sessions
letter removal and corrected tattoo

note there was no "G" in strength. The original T was removed to insert the "G" and the H was altered to to make a new T . removal was one session. 

before ring tattoo removal
last session of removal
The above image "Hiedi" is a before on the left and the after 2 sessions on the right. please note that a complete "after" is difficult ...when a client is done and tattoo is gone they do not come back. Also the pink pigment will fade in time. the scab had newly fallen off.  Just as if you scraped your knee and a scab falls off, the pink fades in time.