4 Little-Known Facts About Laser Tattoo Removal

1. Professional Tattoos Are Harder to Remove Than Amateur Tattoos Professional tattoos generally need more sessions to remove than amateur ones do. They’re usually larger and more saturated with ink. Amateur tattoos are generally applied only superficially, usually using a homemade tattoo machine or handheld needles. Taken together, these factors make amateur tattoos easier for the specialists at Rochester Tattoo Removal to remove. Tattoos done by professionals are usually applied with a professional tattoo machine, are made using higher-quality pigments, and penetrate deeply into the dermis. Professional tattoos tend to last better and longer than amateur tattoos over time. This means profe

Why Cream Made Specifically for the area around the eyes is a MUST!

Are you doing your eyes a disservice if you use a plain old regular moisturizer instead of an eye-specific cream? The short answer is yes. Ask the Derm says even though the skin around the eyes is still skin, it does have some concerns that are different than other areas of the body. The skin around the eyes is more delicate and sensitive. There are also different issues around the eyes than other parts of your skin like dark circles. The main goal of eye cream, aside from brightening the eye area and reducing the look of fine lines is to deliver the same ingredients you would use on the other parts of the face but at doses that are gentle enough to not trigger irritation in a sensitive a

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