Solution To Remove Burn Scars Such As Tattoos?
My girlfriend is like a tattoo, my boyfriend said it’s not an ordinary tattoo, but my girlfriend doesn’t use ink My boyfriend said he was made SM, his friend uses a hot iron and is shaped like a tattoo, my girlfriend and I are trying to get rid of it. sign on my girlfriend’s hand what is the solution?
Hello, Pianka Magna Kartika Sanusi,
Patches on the skin can be normal variations of the human body (eg birthmarks), disease, or man-made such as tattoos. Possible diseases such as scarring burns, infection (for example leprosy, tinea / fungus, tinea versicolor / ptyriasis), or pigmentation disorders (skin coloring, hyperpigmentation / skin color that becomes darker than the surroundings, or hypopigmentation / lighter skin color from the surroundings). Tattoo is the art of inserting pigment into the skin and shaping it into the desired shape / writing / painting. To make sure the spots / skin color that is different from the surroundings (is it normal / disease / artificial), can be examined by a doctor. The doctor will look carefully, perform a physical examination, and if necessary, additional examinations will be carried out that can support the diagnosis. To get rid of it, the cause must be known first, because the treatment depends on the cause and its severity. Some only need cream, but some require special therapy to surgery.
So my advice is to check with a dermatologist to determine the cause first so that a solution can be found. Check with your doctor immediately, especially if the marks on the skin become more widespread, cause itching / pain, cause numbness, tingling, or difficulty moving. If there is a history of burns, use a sunblock that is suitable for your skin type and protect your skin from direct sun exposure to maintain skin health. Keep skin moist with a lotion that matches the skin. If it is a tattoo, there are several ways to remove it, namely laser therapy, surgery, or dermabrasion. More details can be read in the article "how to remove permanent tattoos". Each procedure has its own advantages and disadvantages that can be adapted to the patient's condition. Consult your dermatologist about this.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Sarah Rizqia.