Do you have several tattoos and want to delete one? When you have a tattoo, white blood cells try to remove tattoo pigments on the skin. This is the reason why when you first have a tattoo, the pattern becomes less firm and fades, but does not fade permanently. White blood cells are not able to permanently remove them because the particles of the tattoo ink itself are much larger in removing white blood cells. The solution, you can use a laser as a method of removing tattoos. When it comes to the selection of tattoo removal and then you choose laser method, then you must first consider a few things that will help you find out the right removal method which is safe for you.
Each tattoo has a unique pattern, so the technique for removing it must also be adjusted to the case of each individual. Before removing it, make sure you know that the scar may be something that is not comfortable to see later, depending on the method used. Tattoos that have not been effectively removed with other treatments or home remedies usually can respond well to laser therapy that offers treatment without producing excessive scars.
What are the side effects of removing a laser tattoo? Removing a tattoo with a laser technique does not cause too many side effects, as long as it is done by experts. However, here are some factors that can be considered, such as:
– The point of the tattoo being removed can be at risk of infection. You may also be at risk for all pigment removal.
– Permanent scars are also very possible.
– You may also be at risk for hypopigmentation (the skin becomes brighter than the surrounding skin) or hyperpigmentation (where the skin is darker than the surroundings).
– Not only large tattoos but also cosmetic tattoos; tattoos on the lip line, eyeliner and eyebrow tattoos can darken after the laser removal technique.
– A relationship between tattoos, lasers and skin health
– Ink on the tattoo can cause reactions and infections on the skin. Not to mention if the process of making tattoos is not sterile, even blood-borne diseases can also arise, such as tetanus, hepatitis B and C.