How To Fix A Tattoo

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How To Fix A Tattoo
How To Fix A Tattoo

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The profession of a permanent make-up specialist is becoming the most popular. However, there is also a downside to such popularity, when poorly trained masters take up work without the necessary theoretical training, proper skills and experience. Until recently, correcting their mistakes was a rather serious problem. Now laser technologies are used to help the victims.

How to fix a tattoo
How to fix a tattoo


Step 1

The spoiled shape of the eyelids, the eyebrows of an unnatural color, the skewed contour of the lips - it is possible for a very long time to enumerate the errors and defects with which frustrated ladies, dissatisfied with the result of the permanent makeup done, turn to completely different masters, more qualified and experienced, for help.

Step 2

At the same time, there are special techniques for correcting such errors: certain techniques and means (correctors) have been developed that allow you to somehow correct poor-quality work. However, not all defects can be easily corrected, because the pigment sometimes falls into areas in which it is impossible to cover it with a new paint application.

Step 3

A particular problem is the elimination of spreading pigment (especially on the eyelids). Even experienced craftsmen cannot be insured against such a nuisance at work.

Until recently, it was possible to remove an unsuccessfully applied pattern only with the help of dermabrasion (a radical procedure that leaves scars after application).

Step 4

This technique has been replaced by laser technologies, which are able to correct a very wide range of errors that arise when drawing pictures.

Step 5

The efficiency of using a laser is expressed in just a few successive steps. The laser light beam easily passes through the tissue and acts at a depth of 4 - 5 mm, destroying the underlying pigment there. At the same time, the laser does not violate the integrity of the skin, which is very important when working with the face, and the skin is completely restored as a result.

Step 6

It is the thermal reaction caused by the laser that destroys the special capsule consisting of collagen as well as elastin fibers formed around the crystallized pigment. Under the influence of this reaction, a sublimation process occurs: paint comes out of the capsule, and part of the pigment immediately evaporates. The remaining paint, in turn, enters the intercellular space, and from there is partially excreted by phagocytes - cells responsible for cleansing tissues from various foreign microelements directly through the lymphatic system. This process is called phagocytosis and occurs gradually, over 2-3 weeks after using the laser.

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