Young people sometimes make hasty decisions that they later want to undo.
An example of them is to tattoo the body. They do not think, at the moment, that it is definite. In some cases they are removable but extremely painful and expensive in the hands of specialists.
This young Thai girl named Pasuda Reaw, 21, had large roses tattooed on her chest.
She realized that this was truncating her career since it was very well seen.
She had to wear blouses to the neck, close the buttons to not show it when she went to school or government interviews so she decided to take it off.
She was investigating, and she saw on the
internet about the "Redzhuvi" method. It is a chemical that,
according to what she read, is placed on the skin and removes the ink and forms
a kind of crust that when falling would bring with it the tattoo.
She got it and applied it. Everything seemed to be going well. After a few days, the place began to itch, the skin fell off and a very strong pain began.
This pain was terrible, it suppurated pus and
blood, and it burned a lot.
This all lasted for 2 months. As she dried herself, a large scar appeared on her chest.
The specialists indicated that it could be eliminated in several sessions without pain and without footprints, in specialized hands.
Sadly, the girl had "hypertrophic scarring" where the tissues grow exaggeratedly forming a layer that protrudes from the rest of the skin.
She wanted to share her story on the social
networks so that other people became aware of what can happen by doing things