Do you have a high pain threshold?
Salabrasion Tatu Removal for those with a High Pain threshold!
And, here is why.
Salabrasion tattoo removal procedures are one of the most effective, yet extremely painful, ways to remove unwanted tattoos. This process is fairly simple and can even be done at home. The cost is also well within budget, but the process must be done with sterile materials.
Those who wish to remove their tattoos with salabrasion should understand that, with this procedure, there are many risks for infection and scarring, not to mention that there are not many anaesthetics that can lessen the pain during the process.
The process has changed little over the years. The materials needed are table salt, clean water, an abrasive device like a wooden block in gauze or rough sponge. Each salabrasion session can last about 30 to 40 minutes each.
The skin of the tattoo and around it should be shaved of hair and cleaned. The salt and water needed to mix and applied to the skin of the tattoo. The abrasive device should then be used to scrub the tattoo until the skin has turned a deep red colour There may also be slight bleeding. Most of the epidermis and some of the dermis should be removed in this process.
After the skin has been scrubbed, it is an open wound that needs constant cleaning and protection. To heal the wound and remove the tattoo successfully, an antibiotic ointment should be applied and the area wrapped in sterile gauze. The gauze should be left on for three days. Once the three days is up, the gauze should be removed; salt and antibiotic ointment should be reapplied stringently!
Re wrap the affected area with sterile gauze and leave it on for three more days. After those three days, remove the gauze. The dead skin from the salabrasion tattoo removal procedure should be detaching from healthy skin taking the ink with it in the scabs. Additional salabrasion sessions may be necessary to completely remove all traces of the unwanted tattoo.
Salabrasion tattoo removal is one of the most painful and scarring procedures available.
Patients are exceedingly susceptible to large, unsightly scars and infection, which can delay tattoo removal and make the process even more painful. The salt has been said to act as an anaesthetic, but is not proven to be a successful one.
Because salabrasion tattoo removal is one that is not often offered in clinics, most patients choose to do this procedure at home with basic and cheap materials. Table salt, clean water, antibiotic ointment, a rough dermabrasion sponge, and sterile gauze can be purchased at most all general stores. For those who want to avoid large scars, scar removal cream has been reported to have some success and can also be purchased in general stores, but most salabrasion sessions have ended in large and unattractive scars.
The overall process of salabrasion tattoo removal is highly effective at a low procedural ost to the patient but with a high cost of pain & permanent scarring.
However, for those of you who may still be interested in this procedure, you will find additional information on our website, for this tatto removal procedure and others.
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