How does a tattoo work?
A man who tried to remove the tattoo of his predecessor's initials has grown a huge pus. filled blister.
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A man's finger is swollen and bubbling after suffering a terrible reaction from laser tattoo removal treatment.
Andrew Milne wants his ex.
The wife's initials were removed from his ring finger and a cheap laser treatment was chosen.
But after his second treatmentyear-
The old man was left with a huge pus.
Full of blisters that cause swelling of your fingers.
Not the result he wanted.
Picture: SWNS/megassource: Vogue account manager from the UK, Andrew, said: "When I went to bed on Friday night, the skin was slightly raised, about a few millimeters, this is normal after the first few lasers.
"But then I woke up on Saturday morning and it really showed up.
"It's about 1 inch long, half an inch high and looks tough.
"It's not too painful, but it's just very ugly.
It doesn't look good at all.
It's been going on for two days now and it's still strong.
"I have mentioned this to the woman who had laser surgery and she seems a little worried.
She told me to do my best not to pop it up.
"If the blisters break, Andrew is at risk of infection.
"It does leak from time to time," he said . ".
"I don't think it has anything to do with where I do it.
I'm pretty sure I just had a bad reaction to it. ”Ew.
Image: SWNS/megassource: So far, Sterling Andrew has paid £ 35 ($A63)
He has had two laser treatments and has been told each time that it will take four to nine to remove the tattoo completely.
The principle of laser tattoo removal is to break down the tattoo ink into small pieces, eventually absorbed into the blood and safely discharged from the body.
Tattoo treatment should get lighter and lighter every time, but this is a long and slow process.
For Andrew, his blisters made him reconsider the next treatment.
"I am not sure if I will continue the tattoo," he said . ".
"It's a bit that I don't bring it anymore.
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