Why does the press often write negatively about natural, cosmetic tattoo removal without laser?
The following excerpt from a current article on the topic of “tattoo removal” (7.2022) in the German magazine “joie” appears again and again in this or similar form in many other magazines and journals. If you do a little research, you will also understand why the reports are written so negatively.
A method unanimously advised against by experts is the use of creams, lactic acid treatments or fruit acid peels that strip the tattoo with the skin layer. The skin is so damaged that this can lead to dangerous inflammation and deep scars. It is therefore best to opt for a professional variant and seek advice before treatment. … “
The removal products used in Europe are not creams. Most of the creams were already taken off the market again in 2010 or withdrew themselves from the EU. They mainly come from the USA and are offered there due to lower standards. They are not approved in the EU due to very aggressive substances they contain and are, moreover, practically ineffective.
No reputable tattoo removal without laser in Europe that we know of, including most of our competitors, “etches” the skin. Some of the fluids used are even safety rated. If anything can hurt the skin, it is a 900°C laser.
Inflammations occur when dirt gets into the treatment area and contaminates it, but this is possible even with a simple tattoo. Scars, and even more so “deep scars”, cannot result from the treatment at SKINIAL, because only the epidermis is treated, the dermis is not touched during the treatment.
The press article contains other false information, for example regarding prices and number of treatments, etc. … which we will not go into here. … which we do not want to go into here.
The result of a laser treatment according to “jolie” Magazine
The picture of a supposedly successful laser removal in “jolie” magazine is disappointing all along the line. Is this supposed to be a good result of a laser treatment? You can clearly see the hypertrophic scarring (from “jolie” magazine, see link above).
Articles written off without journalistic research
Many articles written about tattoo removal in the so-called YELLO PRESS / women’s press read almost identically. The articles almost always came from the same sources (here doc-tattooentfernung.com) and were simply taken over by the journalists. A critical evaluation, as carried out by serious journalists, did not take place. If research had been done, the article would have looked different.
For this reason, the content almost always corresponds to the statements on the website of the laser doctors or their press organ.
Transparency is different
Take a look at the before and after results of SKINIAL on different areas of the body where removals and lightening were performed. You can find them on our before and after page, along with explanations of the treatment and details of the treating studio.
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