Laser hair removal is a relatively new treatment that can be used to remove unwanted or unsightly hair from the skin. While the procedure itself is effective, there are some possible side effects.
While most experts expect the procedure to be safe, some doctors and dermatologists have reported that laser hair removal can have an adverse effect on skin, and more specifically, on tattoos. Tattoos aren’t usually considered part of the body’s immune system, meaning that any damage to the skin from a laser procedure can cause immune system disorders and potentially lead to disease. People with these conditions can also be at risk for infection, as well as skin cancers.
The good news is that the risk of infection is extremely small. The bad news is that the risk remains even with a low level of infection. This is because the immune system is still in play. The good news is that the risk of getting skin cancer is actually lower than in the case of getting laser hair removal. However, there are still risks, and even a low level of infection can cause skin cancer.
There are two main approaches to laser hair removal, electrosurgery and laser treatments. Electrosurgery involves the use of high-powered lasers, and is done under a physician’s supervision. The results are typically less definitive than with laser treatments, especially when the cancerous cells have grown beneath the skin.
While I don’t have the medical records to back it up, I can tell you from personal experience that I can’t remove my tattoo with electrosurgery because it damages the tattoo. The only way to get around this is by doing laser treatments.
I’m not a doctor either, but from what I’ve heard, laser treatments can also damage the tissue beneath the tattoo. The only way to get around this is laser treatments.
Also, while I can’t speak for tattoos, lasers can be dangerous if you get hit by them. They can cause permanent damage.
I think that most tattoo enthusiasts would agree. There are some that are more likely to get cut by laser than others. I feel that I have more of an issue with tattoos that are more than two days old and are exposed. I get more of an issue with tattoos that have old ink, or are exposed and are a part of a larger tattoo. Tattoos that are more than two days old and are exposed I think would be more likely for laser to cause permanent damage.
So, does laser hair removal affect tattoos? I think so. I actually have a problem with it myself. I have a lot of tattoos that I just don’t like that much. I’ve had a couple of major ones that I’ve had since college that I really don’t like at all. I do like a couple of them though, but I know I’m going to have to get around to fixing them at some point.
I know there is a lot of evidence that laser will cause permanent damage to tattoos. The evidence is that some of the more dangerous lasers can actually permanently damage tattoos, and the proof is the same data that proves laser can cause permanent damage to your skin over time. There is also a lot of scientific evidence that shows that tattoos don’t cause cancer. But for the most part the evidence is not conclusive.