Cipher Pharmaceuticals CEO gives an update on Alec Falkenham’s BLTR (Bisphosphonate Liposomal Tattoo Removal) cream and the development time frame for its release.
Falkenham’s Bisphosphonate Lipsomal Tattoo Removal (BLTR) cream caused a media storm in 2015 when details of this potentially revolutionary tattoo removal cream were first revealed by Dalhousie University and Alec Falkenham. According to newspaper reports, Alec Falkenham developed this prototype cream while undertaking PhD research at Dalhousie University (Canada).
Alec Falkenhams BLTR tattoo removal cream is likely to be the first effective alternative to laser tattoo removal, which is still considered the gold standard in safe and effective removal of unwanted tattoos – if used properly.
While laser tattoo removal technology continues to develop quickly, Falkenhams BLTR removal cream generated huge interest because of its potential to be much cheaper, quicker and far less painful than laser tattoo removal – according to Falkenham.
In this video, Shawn O’Brien, the CEO of Cipher Pharmaceuticals – the company that purchased the rights to Alec Falkenhams BLTR cream earlier this year – points out that although the cream has shown positive and exciting results when tested on pigs ears, it still requires a lot more testing before it can be released for purchase by the general public. Potentially up to 10 years of testing, trials and approvals. Disappointing news for those of us looking to remove our unwanted tattoos quickly, but is there potential to get involved sooner? We really hope so! Video Rating: / 5
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If a tattoo is holding you back from getting a job you want or keeps you from attaining goals you have set for yourself, a little pain and scarring may be worth it to you. If you have a gang-related tattoo and are no longer associating yourself with that gang or any gang (good for you!), it would be in your best interests to have it removed. If you have a tattoo that symbolizes hate or prejudice, I hope that you will decide that it is time to let it go. If you are wearing a tattoo of a past love and now you have a new special person in your life, it would be unkind to your new love NOT to get rid of the old tattoo.
If you have a tattoo that you wish to have partially or completely removed, you should first consider your options and decide which method might be best for you.
Today, lasers are the most common method of tattoo removal. They work by targeting the ink with pulses of highly concentrated light that break the ink into tiny fragments, which are then cleared away the your own immune system. However, this isn’t all done with just one treatment. The more treatments you have, the more the laser can penetrate to destroy the ink. But, the more treatments you have, the more damage you do to your skin, causing painful blisters and scabs that can eventually lead to scarring. Experts in removal therapy say that technology has advanced to the point where scarring is minimal, sometimes non-existant, but this can vary depending on the situation.
On top of being physically painful (it has been described as feeling like being splattered with hot grease), laser removal can be painful to your wallet as well. Depending on your tattoo, you may need anywhere from 1-10 sessions, each costing in the range of 0-0 per session. A large, professional tattoo in color could cost thousands of dollars to remove, and the effectiveness of the removal still isn’t guaranteed.
Do-It-Yourself Cream Removals
I have not personally tested any of the at-home cream removal methods I have seen advertised — even the ones that appear right here on this website. Honestly, I would not expect a whole lot from them. However, the Tattoo Removal Institute (which I am suspicious of being connected with www.tattooremovalcream.com (laserCream), but I can’t prove it yet) states that they have tested a few of these products, and found a couple of them to live up to their claims. According to their research, both tattooremovalcream.com and Tattooremovalcream.co.uk did show significant fading of the tattoos without any pain or damage to the skin. I am still very skeptical, but if you really need a tattoo removed and don’t have the money for surgery, I guess it wouldn’t hurt to try one or both of these products. It’s not chump change, though — a 3 month supply of Tat B Gone is 29.99, and it takes several months to get the desired results, according to the Tattoo Removal Institute. A 3 month supply of Lasercream is £29.99 or. So, it isn’t inexpensive by any means, but certainly a lot more affordable than laser surgery. But before you shell out any money for these products, you might want to read some of the comments that have been sent in by people who have tried them.
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One of the things we think about when we talk in terms of permanence is tattoo. It is something that needs time thinking about the design that you will not regret about, the artist who will do it for you or what not. We think about all these things just for us to avoid erasing the tattoo. Nowadays, unwanted tattoos are no longer a problem. There’s a solution about these unwanted tattoos already. Laser treatments are the solution to this unwanted tattoos that we want to get rid of but if the tattoo procedure hurts, tattoo removal hurts more. Tattoo removal procedure brings discomfort to the customer going through this procedure.
Numbing cream is recommended for laser tattoo removals. Lidocaine is the main ingredient of numbing creams – it an anesthetic with sedative, analgesic, and cardiac depressant properties, applied topically in the form of the base or hydrochloride salt as a local anesthetic; also used in the latter form as a cardiac antiarrhythmic and to produce infiltration anesthesia and various nerve blocks.
It is important to choose the perfect anesthetic agent and the most recommended topical anesthetic cream is Dr. Numb. This product has been proven and trusted by people who used it and the doctors recommend it in derma clinics for painful skin procedures. It is easy to apply the cream: just put a thick amount cream on to your skin and wrap it with saran/cling wrap. Leave it on for 45 minutes to an hour and remove the excess cream once the numbness starts to kick off. The numbness could last for at least 3-4 hours.