Currently, many passers-by can be seen on the streets of cities who have decorated their bodies with tattoos to increase their social status and stand out.
These are young people, middle-aged and even older people.
Signs and symbols on the skin were applied thousands of years ago. For ancient people, they were considered a talisman: for example, the image of an octagonal star – is the most perfect symbol of the unity of man and woman, the patronage of higher powers; double imposition of two crosses (wheel of fortune) promotes all new beginnings; (a sign of strength) harmonizes the material and spiritual part of human life.
In recent years, the tattoo industry has significantly expanded its borders. There have been significant changes in the technique and quality of tattoos. And society no longer pokes a finger at those who stand out with drawings on the body. And yet, as it is not fashionable, but some people want to remove them. There are reasons for this, which we will find out later. To remove the tattoo, the first national manufacturer of laser equipment, MEDICALASER, has developed many multifunctional laser devices that solve the problem very quickly (read about them here: https://medicalaser.com.ua/katalog-tovarov/apparaty-po-proceduram/apparat -DLA-removal-tattoos /). It is used by cosmetologists in cosmetology clinics.
Doctors about tattoos
Doctors have different opinions about tattoos. They do not deny the desire to do tattoos and even do this procedure themselves. However, they note that tattoos are numerous punctures of the skin, which, under the condition of reduced work of the immune system, provoke blood infections due to violation of sanitary and hygienic norms. Sepsis develops very quickly, the body temperature rises and the results of such a tattoo can be quite deplorable. Undesirable procedure in the presence of such diseases:
Ways to remove tattoos
So, about the reasons and ways to remove a tattoo. Imagine the situation on the beach: a solid fifty-year-old grandfather is resting with his young grandson. The latter sees a tattoo of a skull or mermaid on his grandfather’s body, the inscriptions “Marines”, “Airborne Forces”, and even worse “sickle and hammer” and asks many not quite appropriate questions. Of course, many who made them in their youth, resign themselves and even flaunt them, but it is better to remove them.
Many cosmetic clinics recommend electrocoagulation and dermabrasion to remove tattoos, but these methods are quite traumatic. During the electrocoagulation session, the tattoo is “burned” with electricity, and dermabrasion involves the removal of the upper layer of skin. Surgical removal leaves many scars. But when tattoos are removed with modern lasers (see the catalog of cosmetic equipment), they do not leave defects and do not provoke complications.
The laser acts on the skin gently, without injuring it or causing pain. It penetrates the skin, heats the paint applied to the body, and removes it. After the first procedure, there may be slight redness, but with each subsequent procedure, the skin adapts to the laser equipment that produces the beam and almost does not respond to it. Scars are not formed.