The owner of a permanent tattoo is generally aware that the ‘painting’ will be attached to the skin throughout life. But there is also a regret or less satisfied, and wanted to remove them. The trick starting from slicing the skin up using the laser.
Risk is generally eliminate scar tattoo, which is sometimes more disturbing than the appearance of the tattoo itself. Therefore, for anyone who wants to get a tattoo, think really any risks so as not to regret in the future.
Technique removes tattoos and a variety of risks are as follows, as quoted by WebMD, DoctorOz and the BBC.
This technique uses a type of sandpaper or a grain of sand to rub the skin to exfoliate the outer layer. Tattoo ink lies below the layer is then scraped with a scalpel to live by a dermatologist.
Although simple and relatively inexpensive, this method has disadvantage that is incredible pain, especially if the size of the tattoo is large enough. This technique is risk of causing injury, often leaving a scar tissue that does not attract more than the tattoo itself.
2. Slicing skin
Another technique is quite easy though remains to be done by doctors is that there tattoonya slicing skin. Risk of scar tissue formation in this technique is greater than dermabrasion, which is only done on the type of tattoo that is not too large.
Cutting the skin is only done on a large tattoo if other techniques fail to eliminate them. For example, because the ink seep too deeply into the skin or the type of ink is difficult to remove by other means.
Tattoos can also be removed using liquid nitrogen where the temperature is below freezing. Drops of skin tissue fluid will be frozen and destroyed, and entire with tattoo ink in the layer underneath.
The weakness of this technique called cryotherapy is the trigger serious skin damage. Doctors can not destroy a tattoo ink that is located under the skin, without damaging the outer surface with just dripping liquid nitrogen on it.
4. Cream anti-tattoo
Similar to cryotherapy, anti-tattoo creams also work by destroying the tattoo ink to be whole of the skin surface. Such creams generally contain a solution of trichloroacetic acid (TCA) that will react with the ink but safer for the skin.
The disadvantage is none other than a very expensive price, which is about U.S. $ 100 or about Rp 863 thousand for routine use for 2 months. In addition, its effectiveness is relatively low so that more appropriately called disguise tattoos and not guaranteed to be lost 100 percent.
The most advanced technology to remove tattoos is the laser, which is quite effective and safest for the skin. The principle is to break down the ink particles below the surface of the skin, in order to be destroyed by a natural human immune system.
Although safe, this technology is quite expensive and sometimes it may take longer to remove certain colors such as green, orange and white. Some people whose skin is sensitive also advisable to use sunscreen after undergoing this procedure.
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