tattoos

tattoosCompact info about tattoo:

Are the color pigments dangerous? WDo I care for a fresh tattoo? And how do I get rid of my body decoration?

Are tattoos dangerous?

tattoosBody decorations are as old as humanity.

Tattoos were also used by the ancient Egyptians and especially the Polynesians hundreds of years ago.

Today tattoos are a mass phenomenon and easy to get almost everywhere.

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How does tattoo removal work with the laser?

If an existing tattoo is definitely no longer wanted and should be removed, you should contact a dermatologist. Tattoo and cosmetic studios, which occasionally provide appropriate service, are rather unsuitable for this non-hazardous procedure.

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Are there alternatives to the laser method in tattoo removal?

About 15% of Germans are tattooed today. If fashion trends change or the tattoo simply no longer fits the individual lifestyle, some would like to get rid of his body paint but happy again. If a tattoo is to be removed, removal by means of a Q-switched laser is usually the first choice today. Although time-consuming, this method offers the best results optically and medically.

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How do I take care of my new tattoo?

The right aftercare of the freshly tattooed tattoo is very important, so that the affected skin heals well and does not become inflamed. Nursing neglect can also ruin the aesthetic outcome and result in complicated later corrections.

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Tattoos: Institute warns of risks

Tattoos are in. Around 10% of all Germans have tattoos. Among the 16 to 29 year olds it should be almost 25%. Of course, they will least want to read the following (but they probably do not).

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