He probably feels it is too expensive to get laser treatment for tattoo removal, also it is painful. Try asking if he will get the name filled in with color in the same color as the name to hide it? Tattoo artists are creative, they could do something with it and make into a completely different thing. Or he can always get a strike-through with the new wife's name above the old one. ;) Seriously though, any method of removal (traditional invasive or non-invasive laser procedures) are very painful and expensive. I'm sure he figures he can be spending that money better towards his family than getting someone's name removed from his body. Maybe if he investigates more about tattoo removal he might feel more comfortable. If it's just a name, it can't be too large, so it may not be as expensive or painful as he expects.
It would all depend on the size of the tattoo and the surgeon who removes it for you.
Normal tattoos in themselves cannot cause death. However, if the tattoo ink is mixed with a poison that can be absorbed in the skin and is lethal, then a tattoo would kill someone, but only in that circumstance. Other than that, a tattoo cannot cause death.
Yes. There are many ways of removing a tattoo. Laser tattoo removing, Tattoo removing creams, or you can do it yourself by using natural home remedies. Thats what I would recommend.
Gay sexual activity does not cause hemorrhoids.
Its super easy! First, clean the area of the body where you would like the tattoo. Then remove the temporary tattoo from its packaging and face the tattoo down over the place where you would like it. With a wet towel or cloth, press on to it until it has fully soaked thru the paper. After about 30 seconds, remover the paper backing and voila. You got yourself a temporary tattoo.
The dragon and the phoenix as a pair originated in ancient China. The dragon symbolized the Emperor, and the phoenix symbolized the Empress. Over time, they have become known as symbols of the masculine (the dragon) and the feminine (the phoenix). I would say it would be very appropriate for a husband and wife to get tattoos of each animal, respectively, because of the symbolism of them. Also, when done by a masterful tattoo artist, dragons and phoenixes have a very strong and beautiful aesthetic. Actually, this is a tattoo concept that I thought of when I spent some time in China, but it can't be manifested yet, because I lack a husband...
No, you cannot get your tattoo removed like that, the dyes will seep through. The least invasive method of removing your tattoo would be to have dermabrasion treatments done.
A dermatologist is the kind of physician who can remove a tattoo. However, not all may practice this. Often if you can find a doctor who does dermabrasion, then they may be able to help you.
It would depend on what your consider 'force', and who is applying that force. You can be denied employment for tattoos, but that does not force you to remove them.
Hypothyroidism would have no effect on your tattoo, and conversely, your tattoo would have no effect on your thyroid gland.
Actually, the stress of getting a new tattoo could cause someone with epilepsy to have a seizure. You should always ask your doctor before getting a tattoo if you have any major medical problems. Even having a cold could have an impact on your tattoo.
I assume your meaning "what medications can i take before getting a tattoo", and the answer would not be asprine. Asprine are blood thinners and can cause serious problems, as can drinking. Do not take asprine or drink with in 48 hours before getting a tattoo.
to much ointment could do it. if its been a few days switch to lotion, if your tattoo is still fresh try applying less ointment.
Some people would get a eye tattoo if they have a blemish or have had damage done to their eye. The reason they would get one is that the eye tattoo would hide the imperfection from sight.
Yes I would like to add something . The surgery should be totally healed for a few months before getting a tattoo . The more your body has to heal at once the harder it is plus if your taking blood thinners it is not the best time to get the tattoo . The thinners will cause more bleeding and could cause the ink to be pushed out some causing the tattoo to look faded . It would be best to check with your doctor
The most common tattoo to accompany a heart is probably the rose. Music notes would also compliment the tattoo. A banner would also be classic.
The tattoo is on your skin. If your skin stretches, so will the tattoo.
Well first off if the Tattoo was not at a shop I would go to the doctor and have them look at that. If the tattoo was done at a parlor I would call your tattoo artist and ask him if any of the tattoo work would of had any part of the color.
No you can't as this tattoo shall wash away and you would have paid to have a tattoo done for no reason as it would of dissappeared! But it's a good question.
It would look horrible in a few years. It would be all stretched and messy. And no legitimate tattoo parlor would give a 12 year old a tattoo!
A tattoo of a cross with the kids name on it, or the tattoo of toy the kid likes to play with.
The size and depth of color will make a difference as to how much it will cost to remove the tatoo. That is because more visits may be required. If it is a gang related tattoo, there are some organizations that will help you get it removed.
The remaining ink will not cause any health problems. If you were going to have any problems with the ink, it would have happened immediately after getting the tattoo.
The price of the tattoo depends on the size. The price of a tattoo also depends on the design used.
A tattoo of a purity ring.. it would look cool on your finger.