How much will it cost Christian Nodal to remove his face tattoos? | The USA Print

Christian Nodal y Cazzu están a la espera de su primer hijo.

Christian Nodal and Cazzu are expecting their first child.

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Christian Nodal wants to erase the tattoos he got from his face. This new situation arises because the Mexican singer wants the baby he is expecting with Cazzu to meet him with his face natural and without ink.

The interpreter of ‘bottle after bottle’ made it known before a presentation that he would have in Bogotá, Colombia. It happens that I would like my daughter to know me, to know my little face. Do you understand me?” Said the artist.

After his pronouncement, Tanya Charry, a reporter for ‘El Gordo y La Flaca’, went out to find out what the procedure Nodal must face to remove his tattoos would be like and how much he would have to pay to do so.

The reporter did it in the city of Los Angeles and visited several specialists who indicated that the process will not be entirely simple. Nodal will have to go through high light technology that will apply heat to the tissue to destroy the light. Surgery is also an option, in order to put skin grafts.

Surgeon David Jativa pointed out that not all tattoos are removable. Those that have neon-type colors are much more difficult to remove. He says, they may not be able to be removed at all. Nodal in her face has colors like red and green.

The specialist Tania Medina pointed out that the process is very painful and that even anesthesia must be applied to perform the procedure. Likewise, after the Nodal treatment you should protect your face with sunscreen.

How much would it cost you?

The cost to remove the tattoos depends on how many sessions Christian Nodal must do to remove the tattoos from the face. Each session ranges from $1,000 to $4,000, Tanya Charry details in her report.

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