Tattoo removal is becoming a lot more common, as the number of cases of inkling and potential inkling cases of cancer and other diseases has skyrocketed.
Now, the FDA is asking for the help of the public to help it remove inkling film from the hands and feet of those under the age of 21, as well as people with other medical conditions.
But is it really that easy?
The FDA is proposing a $100 fee for the removal of inklings, as opposed to the $10 fee for removing other types of film, like plastic, rubber, or metal.
The agency said it has identified a few people who are being offered a $50 or $100 rebate for the film removal.
For those with no medical conditions or who have no medical reason to be on the waitlist for inkling removal, the agency said the fee is a temporary solution that will be phased in over time.
But for people who may have medical conditions that are curable with medication or other treatment, the fee will apply only until such time as they can be treated.
The fee is for removal of a single inkling, not the entire film.
The FDA said that if someone is applying for removal for any reason other than a medical reason, they should be able to prove that their condition is curable and the fee would not apply to that case.
However, if someone applies for removal to remove the entire inkling that is still visible, it would still need to be evaluated by a doctor and approved by the FDA.
If the person is a doctor, the person would have to prove the condition is in remission.