CAN A TATTOO EXPLODE?
Laser treatment to remove a tattoo is not only very painful and expensive, but also quite risky: The beam heats part of the pigment to more than 1,800°F while the rest remains cool, causing the particles to virtually explode. What remains can easily be transported away from skin. However, depending on the color the heat can precipitate the formation of novel and potentially carcinogenic compounds, which get distributed through the body via lymph vessels.
DESTROYED PIGMENTS LASER