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Neatcell Picosecond Pen Review

IMPORTANT Note (read this first!): We have been receiving numerous complaints about Neatcell in the last few weeks.

Several customers have reached out to us directly, stating things like:

  • They placed their order WEEKS ago and have STILL not received it.
  • They’ve used the device and it has caused numerous side effects, including burning, scarring, and reduced pigmentation

You can see screenshots of a few of those complaints, in their original form, below:

neatcell complaint 1

neatcell complaint 2

neatcell complaint 3

I have attempted to reach out to the owner of Neatcell to get an explanation (among other issues), and have yet to receive a response.

I IMPLORE YOU….check out this at-home laser tattoo removal gun instead.

at home tattoo removal kit

While it’s a bit more expensive, I’ve received nothing but great feedback about it’s effectiveness at helping to gradually eliminate tattoos.

I plan on updating this Neatcell review when I get a chance to reflect this new info, but in the meantime…

Check this at-home tattoo removal option!  Seriously, it works!

The vast vast majority of this blog is dedicated to providing young adults with a wealth of information about joining the military.

However, every once in awhile, we post a review of a product or service that we think could benefit someone thinking about joining the military.

This is one of those articles.

A few months back, we posted an article about the tattoo policies for every branch of the military.

Since then, we’ve gotten a TON of emails of guys and gals asking what they can do about their tattoos.

They want to join the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marines, but have a tattoo in an area that would make the ineligible to join.

I did a bit of research to see what can be done, and from what I can tell you have a few options:

1. Laser Tattoo removal (the best option, but can be very expensive)

2. Tattoo removal Creams (from what I can tell, don’t work for s$%t)

3. Cover up (not possible in the military)

4. At Home Tattoo Removal Kits

Which is how I came across a product called the Neatcell Picopen.

What is the Neatcell Picopen?

neatcell picosecond pen tattoo removal laser

Officially known as the Neatcell Picosecond Laser Pen scars and spot removal, this particular product claims to be a powerful, yet safe, alternative to laser tattoo removal.

Made by a company called Dewin, it’s an at-home tattoo, mole, and freckle removal product.

Like traditional laser tattoo removal, the Neatcell Pen uses laser technology to break down the ink particles in your tattoo into smaller particles.

Immediately after breaking down these particles, the body will remove them from the skin.

Over time, the manufacturer claims you will see a drastic reduction in the tattoos appearance.

How exactly does it work?

Called the Pico Effect, the photoacoustic effect of discovery pico fragments the tattoos ink in very small particles (PICO dusting effects), which subsequently will be eliminated by the body’s immune system.

Generally speaking, it should take about 6 – 8 sessions to full remove your tattoo.

how long does the neatcell picosecond pen take to work
A graphical representation of how long it takes to start seeing results. Image: NeatcellOfficial.com

Obviously this depends dramatically upon a number of factors, including:

  • Whether you have black or colored ink
  • The size and shape of your tattoo
  • The tattoos location
  • The output setting you’re using.  The higher the output, the faster the results.

What do the reviews have to say?

Reviews for the Neatcell laser are mixed, but the bad ones are sort of a misleading way for a couple reasons.

#1 – People who say “it doesn’t work”:  In almost all cases that we found, the people that said it doesn’t work simply did NOT follow the instructions.

#2 – Another thing we noticed is people bought the wrong color!  If you want to remove a DARK tattoo, you need to get the Red pen.  If you want to remove a MORE COLORFUL tattoo, you need to get the Blue pen.

It says it all right here on their website:

difference between the blue and red pen - neatcell

Here’s a few of the more positive reviews we came across during our research:

Wow! It worked on my tattoo…I’m shocked this laser pen works!

– Rose

This product does what it says….it removes tattoos and skin spots.I have a ring tattoo that I have spent $450 on 3 separate laser removal sessions.  The last one did very little, so I decided to try this.  The first treatment appears to have removed about 10% more, and it didn’t hurt nearly as much as I thought it would.  I also tried this on a few skin growths and they are now gone! Happy with my purchase and I would recommend.

– Brianna 

This product delivers! I have had this for like 2 weeks, and have used it 2 times a day for 5 min. at a time.  My skin is brighter, my pore size has diminished, I’m producing less oil, and my overall skin tone has tightened up my face.  I couldn’t be more pleased! This has been worth every penny!

 – Astrid

Click Here to visit the official Neatcell website.

There are a few decent Youtube videos talking about how effective it is, as well as showing how to use the product.

Check them out below:

I skipped a bit ahead in the video below because the first 4 min. is him just un-boxing the thing:

Is This Safe?

The million dollar question on most peoples minds is likely the following: is it safe?

To get a more accurate answer, OMK spoke with Dr. Olgeta Xhufka, a board certified General & Family Physician.

We specifically asked her if at home laser tattoo removal pens, like the Neatcell Picosecond pen, are safe, effective, and what the risks are.

Here’s what she had to say:

In short, yes these types of tattoo removal kits are safe when used properly.

While you can use either one at home, I would recommend you use the Red one vs. the Blue.

Red light is “less harsh” than blue light, with the latter better used in a salon or other controlled environment.

Red light pens are also safer because they use a lower frequency, and aren’t as powerful as blue light.

Some of the risks associated with laser treatments like this including redness, swelling, and scarring if not used according to the product insert.

Also, one thing you want to be sure of is to avoid pointing it at your eyes!  It can cause the retinas to burn, and can cause permanent retinal damage through prolonged exposure.

It looks like (Neatcell) provides eye protection for this, so make sure you use it!

The bottom line is, if you use it according to the directions, you can certainly use this to remove a tattoo.

Before & After Pictures

I was very skeptical of this at first, but once I started seeing the before and after pictures I was 100% sold that this can work.

Check out some of these before and after pics from people that have used the Neatcell laser:

 

neatcell picosecond pen before and after

tattoo removal before and after

Pros And Cons

Pros

  • Way cheaper than laser tattoo removal
  • Can do it from the comfort of your own home
  • Relatively inexpensive when compared to the alternatives
  • Backed by a 30 day money back guarantee

Cons

  • Some users report painful sensations when not using appropriately (see below on how to combat this)
  • Instructions aren’t crystal clear to the layman
  • User report that the device is “very loud”
  • May take longer than traditional tattoo removal

Where To Buy

You can find the Neatcell Picosecond pen for sale directly on their official website, www.NeatcellOfficial.com.

It retails at around $94.95, and they include free shipping as well.

I HIGHLY recommend you pick up some numbing cream that uses lidocaine or benzocaine, both topical anesthetics.

Many users report pain during use, and the numbing cream will completely eliminate this pain, while still effectively removing the tattoo.

Here are 2 of my favorites:

  • Ebanel Numb520 ($15.68)Click Here to buy on Amazon.
  • Dr. Numb (REALLY strong, you will feel nothing!)Click Here to buy on Amazon.

You will be glad you did!

Laser Tattoo Removal Vs. The Neatcell Picopen

 Laser Tattoo RemovalNeatcell Pen
Effectiveness:10/109/10
How long:4 - 6 sessions6 - 8 sessions
Pain potential:PossiblePossible
Cost:$700+$94.95

Recommendation

Traditional laser tattoo removal in a dermatologists office can be VERY expensive.

We here at OMK feel that the Neatcell Picosecond pen is a safe, effective, and inexpensive alternative that can be used by anyone looking to get rid of a tattoo.

If you have a tattoo in a location that will keep you from signing up for a particular branch of the military, I highly recommend it!

Click Here to visit the official Neatcell website.

Neat Cell

Neat Cell Picosecond Pen

4.8 out of 5 (67 Ratings)

The Neatcell Pen uses laser technology to break down the ink particles in your tattoo into smaller particles to make the tatoo less visible.
Rob V.
Rob V.
Rob V. is the founder of OperationMilitaryKids.org. While he never actually served in the US Military, he has a passion for writing about military related topics. Born and raised in Woodbridge, NJ, he graduated from the New Jersey Institute Of Technology with an MBA in eCommerce. His hobbies include beach volleyball, target shooting, and lifting. Rob is also a commercially rated pilot with over 1,500 hours of flight time.

6 Replies to “Neatcell Picosecond Pen Review

  1. I wonder if this will work because I have tried a lot of stuff. Wrecking balm is junk, it does nothing but drain your wallet. TCA Peels work pretty well, but it takes a long time and you MUST follow directions or you will scar yourself.

    I will give the Neatcell Pen a shot and let you know what happens after a month.

    I am really thinking about getting a $2,000 Nd yag laser because I know it works. The obvious problem is the expense, it’s not cheap!

    I’ve been getting laser removal, but it’s very expensive. The tattoo removal shops know it’s the only effective way to remove tattoos and charge whatever they want to.

  2. They don’t deliver. I ordered mine a month ago, no shipping, no returned emails, and no answered phone calls. I reported them to the FTC, if you ordered I advise you to do the same. Also flag them on scam adviser.com so they snare fewer people with their scam.

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