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Search this forum - there have been several longer threads on the lactic acid removal process. I personally have never seen a successful removal or fading without some compromise to the texture of skin.

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Search this forum - there have been several longer threads on the lactic acid removal process. I personally have never seen a successful removal or fading without some compromise to the texture of skin.

Thanks. I went for several laser consults and all of them said they can´t remove the red ink. Do you know of a method to remove red ink? Thanks for advice

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Thanks. I went for several laser consults and all of them said they can´t remove the red ink. Do you know of a method to remove red ink? Thanks for advice

Pretty strange, Black and Red are the most responsive to tattoo removal treatments, the Picosure at 755nm wavelength can't really do much with them but anyone running a quality Q-Switch Nd:YAG laser should be able to treat them for you.

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