Removing Tatoos With Plastic Beeds

09 Aug

From: David @ Exchange Plastics Corporation


“Freedom-2’s patented and patent-pending technology is based on microencapsulated biodegradable and bioabsorbable dyes within safe, colorless polymer beads. Like currently used tattoo inks, these particles will become entrapped in the upper dermis to form tattoos. However, unlike current inks, Freedom-2’s microencapsulated inks can be removed or altered by a single-pass laser treatment and are created using biocompatible, scientifically tested materials.”

The ink stays in the beads and does not dye your skin. explains it, “The laser bursts open the microscopic beads so the tiny particles of dye can be absorbed and removed naturally by the body’s immune system. Regular tattoos require six or seven laser treatments to break down the various colors of ink.”

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Posted by on August 9, 2007 in General Knowledge


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