Tattoo removal

Or how to replace a tattoo with a scar.

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+1 1. Sluggishadj commented 10 years ago

I wonder where does the colour go…?
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+38 2. tsar911 commented 10 years ago

This video doesn't explain a lot.
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0 3. zekan05 commented 10 years ago

That looks really painful
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+6 4. paolo commented 10 years ago

and what happend after this removal???
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+8 5. ChewableYeti commented 10 years ago

The laser breaks up the ink particles then they get taken away in the bloodstream. I think.
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+9 6. Acquiesce commented 10 years ago

Seen this?

Same kind of video. And a begining of explanation @ comment 4.
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+12 7. loadme commented 10 years ago

what #5 said.
the laser destroys the ink in a deeper layer of your skin and your body just cleans up itself.

people say its really painful.

anyways. if you dont get stupid tattoos in the first place, you wont have this trouble later.
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+1 8. bomberpilot commented 10 years ago

#1 The Laser lets the cells which contain the colour explode, and the colour gets into the blood and is absorbed by other cells.
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-1 9. HellsVacancy commented 10 years ago

Why doesnt some clever dude just invent skin color tattoo ink? I know everyone is different, how hard can it be though? just add more color to the mix, white, brown, yellow, maybe a tad more pink

Seems like a much better solution
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+6 10. ImprsdBySmartVid commented 10 years ago

#9: But after some sun exposure, it will again be visible because the tan will be different.
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+1 11. sartre commented 10 years ago

LOL at "how to replace a tattoo with a scar" in the vid description.

I've gotta say I don't like tattoos. Small ones are OK but the ones that cover someone's face or most of their torso look ugly to me. And even though it's not fair to the tattooed person my first impression is that they are not that intelligent. I realise that's just my opinion but I suspect I'm not the only one.
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+5 12. Sin_iZ commented 10 years ago

The tattoo needs a couple of sessions to be removed - some colors are hard to remove while others are easy, also this so called scar that you see disappears in like 30 mins.
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0 13. millybert69 commented 10 years ago

its my video and i swear i never put that description and its not intended to explain its simply just to show probly fake anyway
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+5 14. captain_obvious commented 10 years ago

the laser fires as pulses. ink is darker then the skin and so will it absorb energy faster. because of that the cel with the ink will rapture.
our natural body mechanism will absorb the ink in the blood and will extract out of the body in the form of waste.

this is a very painfull treatment.

cant do large tattoo's in once cause there is a huge risk the patient will go into shock. or gets really sick of blood poisoning,
and still, after all this effort, there will always be remains of the tattoo.
and most likely a huge burn scar.
really think about having tattoo's before you get them.
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+1 15. Zebedee commented 10 years ago

#11 Sending out a signal that repels sanctimonious people is actually part of the motivation.
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+2 16. sartre commented 10 years ago

Zebedee, there are three stages to life:

(1) I worry what other people might say about me.
(2) I don't care what other people say about me.
(3) I realise no-one was talking about me in the first place.

Anyone tattooing themselves to make a statement is demonstrating that they have moved beyond stage (1) and are now at stage (2). However, they'll find it difficult to retract their "statement" when they reach stage (3).