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Evanesco Review

Rating: 1/5 Stars

Evanesco is promoted as a single application system that is marketed as a tattoo removal cream that contains cashew nut oil. This ingredient may be potentially dangerous and may lead to negative side effects.‡  Also, it is not recommended for use by individuals who have nut allergies. This formula also contains Carcia Extract, and Citrus Lemon Extract which causes a dermatological reaction that removes the skin of the applied areas. Warning: Cashew nut oil is an ingredient that is caustic, having the potential to burn and scar the skin.‡

In the manufacturer’s instructions, it is stated that the Evanesco tattoo removal cream is acidic, and can cause harm to unprotected skin, eyes, or any area not intended for treatment. The manufacturer warns to always wear the provided gloves when working with the cream and if another area has contact with the cream, other than the treatment area to immediately rinse with water and blot dry. If the cream doesn’t cause harm to the skin, why is this warning provided by the manufacturer?

The manufacturer claims that this product contains all natural ingredients and that you can see results in just weeks. The manufacturer reports, Evanesco cream will not burn your skin away, or leave lasting scars if used the RIGHT way! On the manufacturer’s website there is a before and after picture of a Playboy Bunny with the name Joe under it, if you look closely you can see a scar of the outline where the tattoo once was located. If the manufacturer states, there is no scarring from use of the product then why is a scar visible in the picture showing the results after 7 months?

This type of tattoo fading system should ONLY be applied after doing a Skype training lesson. Don’t compromise your skin’s health or settle for a scar in place of your tattoo. See our review grid for products that do not contain TCA or Acids for a safer approach of fading that unwanted tattoo.

Evanesco Description:

• Contains Cashew Nut Oil – (Potential to burn and scar the skin‡)
• Manufacturer states Evanesco cream is Acidic and can cause harm to unprotected skin or area
not intended for treatment) Must wear gloves during application.
• Formula is promoted to cause a dermatological reaction on the skin
• Retails for $79.99 (expensive)
• Marketed to take out any color tattoo
• No information suggesting that the product is marketed for old and new tattoos

Details:

Size: 1 ml
MSRP: $79.99
Ingredients: Anacardium occidentale nut oil (Cashew Nut), Citrus Lemon Extract (Ficus), Carcia Extract, D-ionized Water and Talc.
Instructions: Due to the application process and possibility of application error we suggest that you read the manufacturer’s directions for use, watch the YouTube Video posted by the manufacturer, along with taking part in the personal Skype tutorial session offered by the manufacturer.

Main Concerns on Evanesco:

Our first major concern on the Evanesco cream is that this formula uses acids and cashew nut oil to remove tattoo ink on any skin type. Cashew Nut Oil has the potential to scar the skin and leave other damages if not used correctly, which leads us to our second concern.

The Evanesco formula requires that individuals watch a Skype training video so individuals use this formula correctly so they get the full effect of the cream without negative side effects. Watching a training video can be time consuming and some individuals may still experience negative side effects. Do NOT use this formula if you have a nut allergy as it contains nuts.

We looked for Evanesco tattoo removal cream reviews and found mixed opinions on this product. Some individuals claimed they loved their results but did not like the burning sensation they experienced when using this formula. Others were upset they had a scar in place of their tattoo now!

Our third major concern is the price of this product. It retails for $79.99 online. This is expensive when there are less harmful approaches on the market that cost less than $50. Be sure to explore all your options before you make a purchase!

Our last concern is the money back guarantee. It appears that Evanesco tattoo removal cream allowed customers to obtain their money back with a 100% risk free guarantee only after the scab phase has ended. This means no claims can be made within 30 days of purchase. Instead, it will take two weeks for the scab to fall off and about and then the skin needs time to heal. Also, receiving your money back is not that easy. Evanesco cream will prove the effectiveness of their product before customers can get a refund.

Evanesco Conclusion:

Evanesco cream is marketed as a single use application system that might need to be applied more than once if your particular tattoo does not completely remove with the first application. Evanesco cream contains cashew nut oil along with Carcia Extract and Citrus Lemon Extract. Cashew nut oil has been shown to be caustic which can lead to skin scarring and damage.‡ Evanesco is applicable on all ink colors, but it is not clear if the product can be applied to new tattoos. To find a safer approach of fading your unwanted tattoo with less potential of causing damage to the skin refer to our review grid.

‡TCA (Trichloroacetic Acid) is typically used in skin peels. It has been shown to cause side effects such as skin irritation, burning, scabbing and scarring.
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References

‡ Hydroquinone References † For further information regarding hydroquinone see: https://www.epa.gov/haps/health-effects-notebook-hazardous-air-pollutants

‡ TCA & Acid References
http://www.nda.agric.za/docs/Infopaks/cashew.htm
http://jakraya.com/journal/pdf/4-jfrtArticle_2.pdf
http://creationwiki.org/Cashew
http://cameochemicals.noaa.gov/chris/OCN.pdf
http://www.cloverleaffarmherbs.com/cashew
http://www.botanical-dermatology-database.info/BotDermFolder/ANAC-1.html

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