Dorian Davis's Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide review

Updated: May 27, 2020

Doreen Davis was kind enough to send me a copy of the Laserless Tattoo Removal Guide in exchange for an honest review. I know a lot of people with tattoos who would rather see them faded, covered, or gone altogether so I was eager to see and apply Dorian's teachings.

Initial Insights

The first thing I appreciated about the guide was that it actually explained what tattoos were at a deep level, including where they are located within the skin, and a host of other details I had no idea about. This was a pretty big deal to me because if I was going to be changing my body, I wanted to know what was going on.

Natural vs laser removal

You probably already know that laser tattoo removal is currently the "hot thing" on TV and local billboards. Heck I probably wouldn't of just done it myself if it wasn't so expensive!

But Dorian really goes into the laser removal process in a way you never hear about at a consult. He shows both the good and the bad that comes with using high-powered, medical grade lasers to vaporize skin ink. Without copying the whole chapter I'll say it really widened my eyes and made me rethink laser tattoo removal in a completely different way.


Now were getting to the nuts and bolts, the actual tattoo removal methods. There are several of them each with their own benefits and drawbacks. Most of the methods rely on activating the skin's natural exfoliation process in order to drive subsurface ink up to the top. That's a much cleaner process than laser and the price is several magnitudes cheaper as well.

Even a skeptic would be silly not to start with these methods, considered laser is something like $200-$500 for a single session.


Do you have a tattoo? Do you want to remove it? Without paying thousands of dollars? Well then you must get The Laserless Tattoo Guide. That’s the bottom line. This is perhaps the best guide on the market for taking a tattoo off at home.

It also comes with a 60 day money back guarantee, so I suggest deciding whether to keep it or not 30 to 60 days after reading it. I've done this with other types of guides with guarantees and boy has it saved me from going down the wrong path, so take advantage.

Find the full guide here: Laserless Tattoo Removal

Best of luck with your all-natural tattoo removal

Which tattoo colors can you remove?

It definitely makes things more complicated, that's for sure. Some tattoo removal methods are very sensitive to the type of ink pigment being used.

For example with laser methods, black and red pigment won't be an issue. But others will especially if they're lighter. The problem is that lasers have difficulty targeting these ink layers.

Nontraditional colors, nontraditional methods

The flip side of the coin is that it doesn't matter if you're tattoo is pink, purple, or some crazy lime green if you use methods like the apricot scrub mentioned in my guide (check it out here: [Laserless Tattoo Removal])

That's because exfoliation methods don't discriminate, they simply wear off dead layers of skin until the tattoo is exfoliated.

Of course this is one of several methods discussed in the guide.


Another thing you need to keep in mind especially if you're considering another tattoo is "Will this be something I can modify or mask later?" For example pink flower petals will be much harder to mask than black which can be easily turned into a wheel, astrological symbol, or many other things.

But you'll never need to change that tattoo, am I right? There's a reason you're on this page isn't there :)

I have tattoos of various types on every limb in my body. And I'm perfectly cool with it because I know how to reverse, cover, or modify all of them. As a professional artist and remover, I guess that extra bit of knowledge helps. All I can say is be smart about your upcoming tattoo and always have a backup plan.

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