How to permanently get rid of a boring tattoo and tattoo

Decem­ber 06, 2017, 18:15

What to do if the tat­too, which until recent­ly pleased the eye, is tired? What if you did­n’t get what you want­ed?

how to get rid of a tattoo


Is there a way out. Thanks to ever-evolv­ing tech­nol­o­gy, get­ting a tat­too and get­ting a bad tat­too isn’t nec­es­sar­i­ly for­ev­er. How to get rid of an unwant­ed pat­tern — says a cos­me­tol­o­gist.


Per­haps the old­est way to get rid of a bor­ing tat­too is cam­ou­flage. This method is based on mask­ing by apply­ing flesh-col­ored pig­ment over the tat­too. The pro­ce­dure is quite painful. In addi­tion, the “paint­ed” area will stand out against the back­ground of a tanned body. This method of mask­ing a tat­too is rec­om­mend­ed for small draw­ings.


The next method is exci­sion of the skin area. This method is also not suit­able for every­one, as it leaves vis­i­ble scars.

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This is tat­too removal with liq­uid nitro­gen. Dur­ing the pro­ce­dure, a cloth soaked in liq­uid nitro­gen is pressed against the skin area with a pat­tern. It is held until an ice crust forms. A few hours after expo­sure to nitro­gen, the tis­sues in this area swell, a spe­cif­ic bub­ble may form, and after a few days — a dry crust. After 7–10 days, a pink scar is exposed, which becomes lighter over time.


When using the elec­tro­co­ag­u­la­tion method, the tat­too is cau­ter­ized with elec­trodes using high fre­quen­cy cur­rent under local anes­the­sia. After the pro­ce­dure, a dry scab forms on the skin, which then dis­ap­pears. The dis­ad­van­tage of this method of removal is a rather high prob­a­bil­i­ty of scar­ring or burns.

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Dermabrasion or skin resurfacing

A very pop­u­lar tat­too removal method. With the help of a dia­mond cut­ter, those lay­ers of the epi­der­mis that con­tain pig­ment are peeled off. Often sev­er­al ses­sions are required, and the heal­ing process can take a cou­ple of months. The effect is high, among the dis­ad­van­tages of the pro­ce­dure, one can note a decrease in the pro­tec­tive prop­er­ties of the skin, which is fraught with infec­tion. That is why, after der­mabra­sion, the doc­tor pre­scribes wear­ing a ban­dage and treat­ing the affect­ed area with anti­sep­tic solu­tions. Some­times in the process of such removal, scars can form, which are not easy to get rid of.

Good luck not only in choos­ing a tech­nique, but also in find­ing a qual­i­fied spe­cial­ist — the qual­i­ty of the pro­ce­dure large­ly depends on his hands and expe­ri­ence.

The opin­ion of the edi­tors may not coin­cide with the opin­ion of the author of the arti­cle.

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