Do tattoo removal creams really work?

– There’s not really any science to it. A lot of the doctors and scientists that work with tattoo removal in tattoo parlors aren’t really educated on how to identify the type of ink, so they just give a prescription for the cream and take it for 30 or 45 minutes and that’s it. All they get from that is a lot of wasted time – a lot of wasted money. You really should spend any money you are ever getting on your health, not just for your body. If you look at health care, it’s like getting a million dollar check or something for your health. The health care professionals don’t really have any experience or knowledge at all. You wouldn’t think that doctors would spend $100 on your medical insurance, but they do and they get that $100 for their work. A lot of these other things are like “Well, did you get that in the mail today? We’ll give you $3.50 to have some fun!” And the cost is a lot more than a lot of the people are really paying for. You see, in reality they don’t even have a good way to tell if you actually have any ink. There are a bunch of other things you have to do, which you can do before you go under for the first time. I mean, you don’t have to spend three hours going through the whole system and picking out your tattoo. In fact, it might even be better if you wait until you have a little more ink. It’s one small thing that can really make the skin better. So don’t take it personally that you can’t do a tattoo without pain from the cutting or the cream. It’s like all of the pain and frustration you guys are experiencing that was just from taking the cream and applying the cream is making you worse and worse, so it’ll only get worse. If you don’t get the pain, just go to sleep. But we’ll get to that in just a moment. It’s not the cream that’s the issue. It’s actually a lot of things.

When you see “I Got a Tattoo” on TV, do you ever look back and think you should have done stuff differently to prevent getting it? – No, we never look to have one of those commercials that shows you in the kitchen with your family and you’re like, “Oh, let me just take a moment here and throw out those little bits, and just cut it out and save me the headache for later,” or whatever. This isn