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The authorities already know about the risk of cancer after Laser Tattoo removal

It took years to convince the medical community that Laser Tattoo Removal is the principal increasing factor for the risk of cancer of tattooed persons.

Prof Jörgen Serup professor of dermatology and chief physician at the Bispebjerg University Hospital in Copenhagen, and chairman of the European Congress on Tattoo and Pigment Research which will take place this year on the 28th – 30th of April 2015 in Brügge, Belgium. This year for the first time Skinial is invited to present their natural removal method to all the scientists. The following report explains why Laser Tattoo Removal increases considerably the risk of cancer of tattooed skin.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download

In the study “Chemical Substances in Tattoo Ink” for the Danish government in 2012 some 65 inks have been analysed. It showed 10 of 11 black inks that were studied contained a concentration of toxic material, which exceeds the levels of the European safety recommendations. The reason why tattooed people do not develop much more skin cancer according to the pending risk of these toxic substances is that most particles are probably stable in the dermis of the skin. Laser Tattoo removal shatters the pigments, making the particles unstable and more likely to flow into the body’s lymph system where there is direct contact with the bone marrow and the immune system. According to Prof. Serup this is the reason why in Germany Laser-Tattoo-Removal is already decreasing.