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Fading your old tattoos

Do you ever wonder what the meaning behind a strangers tattoo is? There are thousands of people who probably think the same about your tattoo. Tattoos can symbolize a variety of things, such as love, happiness, sad memories, family traditions, happy memories, friendships, an important time in our life, our favorite moment, etc.

Tattoos may look well-defined at first. However, as time goes on, tattoos begin to fade and look old. Old tattoos can look unsightly in appearance. If you have an old tattoo and you are no longer satisfied with its appearance, then you should consider purchasing a tattoo fading product. These products are often affordable, when compared to treatments like Laser and chemical peels like TCA.

There are some tattoos fading gels that are promoted to reduce the look of both old and new tattoos in just 2-3 months. When using a tattoo fading product, or any products in general, it is advised to read the warnings, directions and ingredients sections. Products that contain TCA, Acids, Hydroquinone or Mercury -, are not suggested for use. These ingredients are potentially harmful and may promote side effects. To learn more about these ingredients and products that contain these ingredients, please refer to sites like

If you are looking for a tattoo fading product on the web, then you will come across dozens of products that you may not be familiar with. Most people are familiar with the tattoo fading product Wrecking Balm. There used to be a product known as Fadeplex that was often compared to Wrecking Balm.  People used to search for fadeplex tattoo fading cream, but Fadeplex was a tattoo fading gel.

Most people feel that gels easily absorb into the skin and penetrate deep into the skin to help break down the color pigment of their tattoo. Fadeplex is no longer available on the market, but used to be promoted for old and new tattoos. Wrecking Balm used to be sold online and in some retail stores, whereas Fadeplex was sold online only. However, the manufacturer used to offer purchase specials like Buy 2, Get 1 Free offers.