Twenty-one-year-old Pasuda Reaw, like some people her age, made a bad decision regarding a large tattoo. She quickly changed her mind about the ink and wanted to look more professional at work, so she tried to have the tattoo removed. Now, she lives with the horrifying results.
According to Mirror, Reaw could not afford laser surgery. So, after only having the tattoo for less than a year, she tried a chemical method called Rejuvi to have it removed. From the beginning, she knew that something was not right about how the Rejuvi process was affecting her body.
Rejuvi tattoo removal is a non-surgical approach, which offers a safe alternative to traditional invasive laser treatment and delivers good results.
Rejuvi Erase solution is a liquid alternative to laser for slowly removing unwanted tattoos. This one day course will teach you how to remove and/or lighten pigments from the skin for semi permanent makeup and body tattoos in a similar manner as the original tattoo.
A typical tattoo removal can be achieved in 4 treatments. Each treatment is usually spaced 8-12 weeks apart.
Note: The secret to the success of the tattoo removal treatment is adherence to our strict aftercare regime. [Source: Finishing Touches Group]
The laser-free alternative is applied with a small tattoo gun and claims to raise ink pigments to the surface of the skin where they will later be peeled off as a scab.
Within days of trying the Rejuvi process, Reaw’s skin became itchy and painful. Within two months, she suffered torturous pain and was left with an unsightly scar. Her description of the process is scary indeed.
At first Rejuvi seemed like a good way to remove the tattoo. I did not want to use lasers.
I began the treatment and immediately it was itchy and hurting a lot. The skin has taken a long time to come off. It was like torture and I could not sleep.
What is left is worse than before.
Laser is a lot of money but I wish I had done that. At times the pain of the itching and the scar were unbearable.
I shared pictures as a warning to others to be so careful about what they do.
A look at Reaw’s horrifying pictures reveals what she has gone through:
As they say, a tattoo is a “permanent reminder of a temporary feeling.” In the case of this girl, the reminder is both permanent and painful.
Reaw’s message can help other people avoid the pitfall that she fell into. When you are considering a tattoo, be sure to get one that is carefully decided and done by a skilled artist. If you do have it removed, it’s best to not cut corners on the cost. Otherwise, you might end up with your own set of photos like the ones in this story.