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Tattoos removal What’s good for Angelina Jolie…

Is the name of your ex on your shoulder not relevant anymore? The symbol you have engraved on your arm at the age of 20 does not suit you anymore? The cute butterfly you had before going into the army is no longer appropriate as you’ve become religious? All the information about removing tattoos from your body – in the lines below.
The history of tattoos
Tattooing of the body has existed since the dawn of history. Even in Ice Age Europe, black, red and white marks were tattooed to indicate the ranks of the Shamans- the witch doctors guiding the tribe. A tattoo of all three colors meant that the person had reached the highest spiritual level and that he was the spiritual leader of the group.
In Judaism, tattoos are forbidden according to the biblical verse: “Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor imprint any marks upon you”. According to Jewish law, the Jewish approach is that the body is given to us for safekeeping, it is a tool in our hands as long as are alive, as we are supposed return it as we received it, complete and intact. Therefore, many people who decorated their body when they were young, seek solutions for removing these decorations in their adulthood – as penitents.
Tattoo removal in the past
Until the eighties, tattoo removal was still considered to be an especially great challenge. The reason: The pigment colors used for making tattoos are mixed with particles of substances that the body cannot remove. This is what makes the tattoo permanent.
The solutions provided in that era were not very elegant. One solution was an operation for removing the tattoo: Excision of the tattooed skin and sewing the skin – a procedure that obviously created a scar. Another solution was removing the tattoo by means of dermabrasion and removal of the dermis.
How is a tattoo removed today?
In recent years, there has been a far-reaching technological development in the laser field, which we now use in aesthetic medicine – from laser hair removal to skin patch treatment.
In laser tattoo removal, the laser ray is absorbed by the pigments of the tattoo under the dermis (top layer of skin) – and it breaks them up through heating. The burn that is created heals naturally and the body secretes the pigment of the tattoo.
The quality of the tattoo, its colors and its size will determine how many laser tattoo removal treatments we will need in order to remove it completely. Using multiple types of rays can treat a tattoo with several colors, because different wavelengths affect different colored pigments. Some colors – such as red and green – are difficult to remove and may remain despite the treatment and might leave some marks on the skin, but the system itself is the most effective for tattoo removal today.
Do you wish to get rid of the tattoo you had before 30?
Using innovative aesthetic treatments you will be able to remove it from your body in a short and quick process. Even Angelina removed her ex’s name from her body.