Tattoo Removal Blister Bursting

Many people get tattoos when they’re younger, only to want them removed years later. Luckily there are now lasers that can remove the pigment, but it can be painful and take more than one session to fade the design. The woman in today’s clip has undergone such a removal, and has unfortunately sustained large blisters as a result. Blisters are pockets of fluid within the upper layers of the skin. She has decided to take matters into her own hands by popping them herself. Although we in no way advise doing this, let’s see how this plays out.

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