The Tattoo Pill Review

        As always, I love going places others wont as far as discussions or debating.  In saying that this may not be one of those reviews you really want to read if you feel strongly against the topic of body art.  As many of you may already know, I have several tattoos - one extremely large one which took me hours to complete!

        Since late in my high school years I have been very big on expressing yourself through things like hair color, piercings, and tattoos.  Its really interesting and shows how influenced by my mother I am since my father is the complete polar opposite.  My father always had issues when any of us girls wanted even an ear piercing let alone a tattoo or un-natural hair color.

        Besides the artistic skill of a good tattoo artist playing an important role in deciding where to go, there are several other factors you need to consider - Health/Safety procedures, Location, and Overall environment/aura of the shop and artists who work there.  I have been in and out of A LOT  Of tattoo parlors - ones where I didn't feel welcome or safe.  I've even had to leave a few because of the way I felt I didn't belong and my business wasn't wanted.

        Either way, you personally need to take care of yourself throughout the entire process as it is important to your health and doing so poorly can affect you in some pretty terrible ways.  Plus following through with taking care of yourself and having the right tattoo professional is a pertinent part of the final appearance of your tattoo. When I was asked to review The Tattoo Pill, I was pretty thrilled!

        "The Tattoo Pill is packed with 30 vitamins and minerals that your body needs to help operate at ideal levels. The Tattoo Pill has 15 ingredients that are 100% OR MORE of the recommended daily intake percentage endorsed by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration).

        When you are getting a tattoo you are having very tiny needles poke holes in your skin, over and over and over again. What ends up happening is that you are left with an open wound and your body is working overtime to help fight off infection and heal your skin. The best way to prevent infection and help your body heal as fast as possible is to make sure your body has the vitamins and nutrients it needs to facilitate the healing process."

        Now although I have not gotten a tattoo recently, my daughter decided she wanted to get her belly button pierced and we finally said yes.  So in preparation for this, I have her taking The Tattoo Pill for a week now.  We are planning on heading to the tattoo shop to get this done the right way!

        I really have no way of telling you if it has worked over such a short period of time.  I can tell you she has experienced zero side affects and its an easy supplement to take with any other medication.  Plus I've noticed that even with the boys being sick over the last few weeks, she hasn't been so I wonder if it has helped with her immune system as well!?

Cost/Available to purchase:  $29.95 -1 Bottle 
Recommendation:  Now to be honest this is not a requirement to get a tattoo but if you can prepare your body to heal quickly and get your money's worth out of a tattoos quality, why wouldn't you?  $30 isn't much to spend when you look at the cost of tattoos.
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