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TATTOO fans looking to remove their ink have been given a boost after a cream is being developed which 'melts' away the marks without any pain.The topical ointment makes tattoo ink eventually fade away and is a cheaper alternative to laser surgery, according to its makers.
The researchers developing the cream said unlike laser tattoo removal there will be no risk of skin being scarred or left with blisters.
The treatment is the brainchild of Alec Falkenham a 27-year-old PhD student at the Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada. He said: "When comparing it to laser-based tattoo removal, in which you see the burns, the scarring, the blisters, in this case, we've designed a drug that doesn't really have much off-target effect.
During tattooing ink is injected into the skin - this initiates an immune response and cells called "macrophages" move into the area and "eat up" the ink. But some macrophages that are filled with ink stay put, embedded in the skin which makes the tattoo visible under the skin. Mr Falkenham's topical cream works by targeting the macrophages that have remained at the site of the tattoo.

New macrophages move in to consume the previously pigment-filled macrophages and then migrate to the lymph nodes, eventually taking all the dye with them.
There's no injection and no inflammation and the inventor of the cream says the tattoo should fade away in time.
Mr Falkenham is working with his university's Industry Liaison and Innovation office (ILI) to patent his technology and he has secured funding for his research. Andrea McCormick, from Dalhouse University, said: "Alec is a trail blazer in tattoo removal. Mr Falkenham is not sure how many applications it will take to completely fade a tattoo and he has currently been testing the cream on pig's ears. He said it will be much safer than laser tattoo removal and estimates it will cost a few pence per square centimetre. Mr Falkhenam said the treatment will work best on tattoos that are more than two years old but he is not sure when the cream will be available commercially.

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