She Tried to Remove Her Tattoo With Cream and It Went Horribly Wrong

This young woman went through living hell after trying to remove the tattoo from her chest.

Woman with tattoo
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Woman with tattoo

Pasuda Reaw decided to get rid of the tattoo she had gotten, a rose spread all across her chest. But rather than getting tattoo removal surgery, the young woman opted for the DIY way. Her story proves that not everything can be DIYed...

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Reaw opted for a method, which consists of removing her tattoo by applying a battery acid on the tattooed area in the hopes to destroy the pigments in the skin and literally make the tattoo 'fall' off the skin. But Pasuda soon realised that that was not the ideal solution she thought it was.

On her Instagram account, the young woman published photos showing the evolution of her scar. But after a few days, the wound ended up getting infected. The skin has recovered over time, but there is a burnt appearance the young woman will definitely never get rid of.

Pasuda decided to share her story so to make people aware of this very dangerous practice. The tattoo might fade or lighten, but it will remain visible. Skin irritation and other reactions are possible, such as what happened to Pasuda. Tattoos are very difficult to get rid of, which is why anyone should think twice before going to get one...

An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that Pasuda Reaw had used the Rejuvi method to remove her tattoo.

A Woman Tried To Remove Her Chest Tattoo And The Outcome Is Horrific A Woman Tried To Remove Her Chest Tattoo And The Outcome Is Horrific