1. Place the end of your tattoo where ever you’re removing it. If you are removing a full sleeve, follow this with a gentle scrubbing with your finger. The tattoo will come out of your skin but this only applies to a very small area of the tattoo. Once the removal is complete and it can be safely removed, place a mask over it, and then follow the same process.
2. If the skin cannot be removed in one go, you will have to wait several sessions for the treatment to wear off completely. The most frequent method involves removing all of the tattoo from the skin and then cleaning off the skin. This may take several hours. Make your bed when you remove the tattoo because it will be soaking in ink for several hours.
3. If you are working on a large tattoo like a nose, forehead or a chin then you will almost definitely need another person to help you out by applying pressure and then wiping the area clean.
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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption People who get jobs while the economy is weak and the jobless rate remains high will be eligible for tax credits
The chancellor has said he has “no plans” to raise income tax “unless the right conditions are met”.
George Osborne said that in an ideal world people who received jobs would earn higher income than usual, as well as be able to pay income tax and National Insurance.
But the BBC said it was not “simply unrealistic” to expect that to happen.
Labour’s John McDonnell suggested that he had “no idea” how low a tax-free salary might go.
Mr Osborne said Labour and the other parties wanted to use low incomes to “scare people”.
‘Tax credit freeze’
He told MPs: “This week, I was asked if I have any plans to change the tax credits system.
“There is no need for tax credit freezes, and I’m not sure any party would like to see a tax credit freeze for middle-earners.”
He confirmed that his government would not be cutting tax credits on 1 April, a week later than planned when the chancellor released details of the tax credit reform in July.
Analysis: James Landale, Business Editor
George Osborne is sticking to an unprincipled strategy about reducing the deficit but the public have just told him he needs to raise income tax for poorer Britons, something he
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