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Phrases , symbols, tribal names and portraits are some of the most famous ways to mark our skin to personify us and feel usor part of something . Sometimes they represent unforgettable moments of our lives, and sometimes, it is simply decorated. For these reasons and probably many more, human beings have been tattooed for centuries.
This would not seem like a novelty... but it turns out that about half of the people who get tattoo, want to part with the tattoo at some point in their life. Eliminating it also seems to be a motivation to dissociate from the past and to improve self-identity.
This is why after thousands and thousands of years appears in our lives, and currently available in Argentina , a laser with Q-Switched technology that acts against the black and colored pigment of tattoos, destroys them and turns them into smaller pieces than then our the organism purifies and removes.
This treatment revolutionizes aesthetic medicine, as it is a treatment that eliminates by completes tattoos and allows people to regret having done one, without having to cover it with another. It takes place once every 2 months and requires repeated sessions that go “errando” that mark that we may not want to keep. A tattoo will no longer be changed for a scar, nor will it be necessary to cover it with clothes to get a job, but removing it will be an option that will become more and more widespread among us.
Look, this can make those who are not sure about getting a tattoo finally decide... totally, it's not forever anymore!
Publication Date: 14/06/2018
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