Does it need to be repeated?
A tattoo removal will depend on how long after the tattoo removal or the last application the treatment will need to be repeated. The time span after tattoo removal is determined by the method used, and is determined by the severity of the reaction.
After one or two days with a hot water solution, you may see some bright red and/or brown spots or small cuts appearing. The red/brown spots can be felt at the surface of the skin. You may feel that the hot water had an effect on the skin and then notice some redness and irritation. These reactions can be completely resolved with no reapplication of the solution.
You may see some redness but not a lot, sometimes no reaction. You may feel that you are making a lot of pressure and friction on the skin. You may feel that the pain is very strong and you cannot stop applying pressure to the skin. In this case you should apply another amount or a different application. In some cases you will not see redness/irritation as you may be using the solution for a long time.
Wet / Cold : After a few weeks you may start to notice a change in skin texture. This should be seen after about 15 days of wearing the treatment.
: After a few weeks you may start to notice a change in skin texture. This should be seen after about 15 days of wearing the treatment. Dry
No reaction to the treatment is possible after you stop wearing it. It is recommended that you do not reapply the treatment after about 12 weeks.
I have had a bad reaction to a previous tattoo removal with hot water! When and how do we deal with this?
If any painful effects are reported then we may need a re-exam or even surgery.
To be diagnosed with Tattoo removal a skin biopsy is usually required, though this is not a surgical procedure. It is the removal of any abnormal tissue from the tattoo that is being looked for. These skin biopsies are performed using small sterile needles.
If possible the procedure of Tattoo removal be under sterile conditions using only an instrument that will not get into the wound or the body.
If there is a small wound that can not be fully closed then a scar is usually removed so the skin can be re-attached.
How is the tattoo removed?
Hot or cold water and a solution
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