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Do Vitamin C or Niacinamide Fade Tattoos???

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Hi guys! I got a tattoo on my upper arm a few months ago, and (I think because of sunscreen) had a lot of bad inflammatory acne on it. The acne itself has pretty much gone away, but it left behind some unfortunate scarring. Does anybody know if vitamin C or Niacinamide will make the tattoo fade? I'm trying to fade the scars without altering the tattoo itself, and I know that vitamin c and niacinamide are pretty good for fading acne scars. 

If anyone knows of anything else that fades acne scars without fading the ink I would love to know about it. Thank u so much ❤️

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10 hours ago, spacecowboy said:

Hi guys! I got a tattoo on my upper arm a few months ago, and (I think because of sunscreen) had a lot of bad inflammatory acne on it. The acne itself has pretty much gone away, but it left behind some unfortunate scarring. Does anybody know if vitamin C or Niacinamide will make the tattoo fade? I'm trying to fade the scars without altering the tattoo itself, and I know that vitamin c and niacinamide are pretty good for fading acne scars. 

If anyone knows of anything else that fades acne scars without fading the ink I would love to know about it. Thank u so much ❤️

no , vitamin C or Niacinamide will not fade a tattoo,the only thing that fades tattoos is time and the sun.

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