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MichaelJackson
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Registration Date: 02-13-2021
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Local Time: 04-19-2021 at 05:12 PM
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Bio: Laser tattoo removal was originally done using different devices from the beginning of body tattooing. Originally, these involved burning the skin with a kind of chemical, and then sucking it up with a surgical instrument. This technique had its advantages but also some serious drawbacks. First of all, this treatment required anesthetics that wore off after a while, so you were left feeling rather drowsy after having been tattooed. Second, since this was done with a fairly large amount of fire power, the results were often not very accurate.


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