Yes, you can remove a tattoo in one session
Are there any areas where the tattoo isn’t covered correctly?
Yes, there are areas where the tattoo isn’t covered correctly
How long do I need for it to be removed?
You can remove it as soon as you are finished with it. After getting inked, you will need to take it away for up to a week, depending on the tattoo, before you consider getting a follow-up or repeat operation
Do I need to use special tools for an operation?
Yes. For this type of treatment, you will need to use special tools such as the needle to use, and an instrument to hold it. If the tattoo is covered by the outer layer of skin, you will need to use needle and thread to remove it.
What can go wrong during a tattoo removal procedure?
There is very little chance of damage during the procedure. The needle is very sharp, and the skin is incredibly resistant to infection. The skin is highly elastic, so you can often use small amounts of cream to help the skin relax again. Other procedures should not be done after these one-offs. If the skin begins to scar, a second visit to the clinic will be required.
You may recall that last week I published a post showing that while our national income has been declining over the past 30 years, the net worth of the top 1% has almost doubled. The figure is now over one trillion dollars.
The data is available here. While the graph is based on a large sample of households it is still true that many of the most affluent have seen their own net worth increased by an astounding amount.
In the graph below we can see a trend line representing all of our national income over the entire thirty-year period from 1980 to 2016. The bottom of the line shows the average household income in that period. The red curve shows the share of that median household income that the bottom 99% received:
Notice above that if you look at the bottom 99% income distribution, you can easily see that there has been no significant growth of the overall median income, but there has been an increase in the number of those at the bottom. If you look at the top 99% income distribution, you also see that the top 1% has seen their incomes grow enormously. But you would never guess that because this distribution is so skewed that only the ultra-rich have seen their incomes increase.
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