Laser tattoo removal is a common way to remove unwanted tattoos. After treatment, you might experience swelling, blistering, bruising, scabbing, and more. Taking proper care of your removal site will help it heal more quickly. Here are some tips for taking proper care of your freshly removed tattoos.
Removal Process Overview
The ink in tattoos are imbedded into the dermal layer of your skin. With laser tattoo removal, the laser breaks down the ink into tiny separate pieces.
If you are obese and if you have diabetes, high blood pressure, elevated blood triglycerides, or sleep apnea, then you need to lose weight to retain your health. A weight loss procedure that reduces the size of your stomach and limits the amount of fat your body can absorb may be a good choice for you. One of these procedures is calledduodenal switch, and a qualified surgeon can complete the operation.