Nanoencapsulated bioinks: The silver lining to safe tattoos and laser-assisted tattoo removal

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The practice of obtaining tattoos on the body has been a widely embraced aspect of human culture for a long time. The tattoo industry is expected to have a market value of approximately 1.75 billion dollars, with an average annual growth rate of 10%. On the contrary, it has been forecasted that there would be a substantial increase in the tattoo removal business, with projected growth from over $500 million in 2019 to roughly $800 million by 2027 [1]. Indeed, approximately 8% of individuals experience remorse regarding the tattoo they have built up. Traditionally, the removal of tattoos has been carried out by the implementation of destructive methods, including surgical excision, electrosurgery, chemical removal, and dermabrasion, among others. Due to a number of benefits, such as minimal pain and suffering, less scarring, and no dyspigmentation, laser-assisted tattoo removal is becoming more popular nowadays.


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