R20/4-n-1™ – A Dangerous Procedure

I have written before about why we do not do the R20 laser procedure (also known as 4-n-1™). For those that didn’t read my earlier post, the reason we don’t offer this “service” is that it was only tested on a small sample of people and we just couldn’t be sure it is safe for our clients.

In the past three days I have had three clients come to my office who had R20 treatments. In two case, the skin around the tattoo was hypo-pigmented (made white) and there was some scarring from the treatment. In all cases, the results were not what the person had expected (and paid for) and they came to Disappearing inc. to get a second opinion.

The third person to come in had a very bad experience. Not only did the procedure not result in significant lightening of the tattoo, but it severely damaged the skin. These pictures show the aftermath of having an R20/4-n-1™ procedure. They say a picture can say a thousand words and, in this case, I think one word sums up all of these pictures….OUCH!

If you are thinking the R20/4-n-1™ is the answer to your tattoo removal issue, think again. Give us a call and we will be more than happy to answer any questions you have about R20/4-n-1™ or anything else about tattoo removal.
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