Girl’s Chest Tattoo Leaves Horrendous Scar After It ‘Falls Off’
Everyone knows that tattoos are permanent, but still, people everywhere find themselves regretting their ink jobs. While tattoo removal has come a long way, it’s still a very tedious and painful process.
Everyone knows that tattoos are permanent, but still, people everywhere find themselves regretting their ink jobs. And tattoo removal is still a very tedious and painful process. The most common tattoo removal procedure is via laser, but one woman in Thailand decided to try an alternative chemical technique. Let’s see how this method ended up!
21-year-old Pasuda Reaw had a large floral tattoo spanning across her chest. She wanted to get it removed in order to look more professional at work. Reaw opted for a laser-free tattoo removal technique, which uses a cream to bind together the tattoo’s pigments to the surface of the skin. Afterward, a scab develops that removes the ink along with the cream when peeled off.
She did not want to use laser treatment
“At first the procedure seemed like a good way to remove the tattoo,” Reaw told Daily Mail. “I did not want to use lasers. I began the treatment immediately and it was itchy and hurting a lot.”