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About Me

all about breast enlargement surgery

I have struggled with self-esteem for as long as I can remember. When I was in school, I was the girl that got picked on for not having the big breasts that the other girls had. As I grew older, I hoped that I wouldn't have the problem to deal with, but I just never developed. It was mind blowing because all of the women in my family are very well endowed in that area. The day I turned 21, I went to a cosmetic doctor for a consultation and learned all about my options for breast enlargement. This blog contains much of what I learned during my research before my surgery.



Factors That Influence Tattoo Removal Difficulty

Those who are interested in having a tattoo removed need to be aware of the fact that the success of tattoo removal can vary. The following five factors could make it challenging to successfully remove your tattoo:

Pigments used in the tattoo

If your tattoo is primarily green, black, or blue, you're more likely to enjoy success when having it removed. On the other hand, a tattoo with a lot of red, yellow, orange, or white pigment will be more difficult to removed.

Tattoos with red, yellow, orange, or white pigments may also require more sessions to remove than tattoos with other primary pigments. 

Time duration since tattooing

The longer it's been since you've had your tattoo put on, the easier it will be to remove. Tattoos tend to naturally fade over time, so older tattoos are easier to remove than newer ones. 

Location of the tattoo

It's easiest to remove tattoos that are placed in areas with a plentiful vascular supply. Areas of the skin with heavy blood flow- like the back or chest- will show greater success when it comes to tattoo removal than areas of the body with more limited circulation. Areas where tattoo removal may be particularly difficult include the hands, feet, and calves. 

Skin color

Skin absorbs laser light more or less effectively depending on its tone. Those with darker skin may find that their tattoo removal sessions make less of a difference than those with lighter skin. This is because darker skin absorbs more laser light than lighter skin does, and laser light treatments are the most common means of tattoo removal nowadays. 

Whether or not an individual smokes

Those who smoke have poorer circulation than those who don't smoke. Circulation is directly related to the body's ability to heal.

Those with better circulation have skin that heals more quickly, and those with skin that heals quickly will respond better to tattoo removal treatments. Therefore, non-smokers will typically notice more success than smokers. 

The presence of multiple tattoos

Many individuals with tattoos have layered tattoos, or tattoos placed on top of other tattoos to hide the previous tattoos. It will be significantly more difficult to remove all of your tattoo markings if you have layered tattoos than if you have just one single tattoo. 

The presence of scar tissue

Often, ink pigment will be found beneath scar tissues on the skin of those with tattoos. Ink pigment that is located beneath scar tissue is more difficult to remove than ink pigment on the upper layers of the skin.