William Burgess

Does that Rejuvi stuff work?

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Please explain what this stuff is. I never heard of it

Its a liquid that is tattooed in the skin like regular is and is supposed to bind to the tattoo pigment which then solidifies. The particles then come out through the skin. Seem promising because A) its not some cream applied topically(that's too good to be true from results I hear of), B) It's not color specific according to the pitch, C) Can be applied by any tattooist, with no additional equipment necessary, and D) The particles come out of your body vs. driven in to be collected up by the lymph nodes as in laser removal.

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I saw someone who had something like this done...the skin bubbled up like cottage cheese, then scabbed and hardened, it was truly disgusting. Picture for proof!

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A youtube vid I saw had the finished result looking a lot like the above...never saw the healed result though. It does look pretty nasty. Then again, so does fresh lasering.

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