A 31-year-old woman had all the tattoos on her face removed with a laser in order to leave a toxic relationship. and showed a wonderful transformation.
Five years ago, Alyssa Zebrasky got a tattoo on her face associated with her “Day of the Dead” date.
Tattoos all over his face
Alyssa, from Cleveland, Ohio, said: “I had a conversation with my family the other day and he said, ‘You should get your face painted.’
Alyssa Zebrasky, from Ohio (USA) had a Day of the Dead sugar skull painted on her;
At first he refused, but then the urge was stronger. Today, far away, she experiences the danger of pain: it happened so that no one else wanted her.
He reads the tattoo design. It was the day of the dead sugar skull, it was all over my face. And it covered him from the top of his head to his feet. I think he wanted us to be equals,’ he said.
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A radical change
Alyssa ended her relationship and going through rehab, decided to change her life completely.
“Looking at those pictures, I feel deceived in myself,” he says, and admits that he has never acted in the matter of his love, of himself, as he does now.
“Change, healing and learning are possible,” Alyssa admits, wearing a fresh face.
“I’m proud that change, healing and learning are possible. I like being able to look back and see my personal growth.”
She documents her experience on social media with the support of her family and her new partner, with whom she has a “really healthy relationship.”
Alyssa has tattoos all over her body, but she only wants to get one on her face to forget the dark connection.
Drugs and bonds in the past
“I was dragged on social networks, everyone was saying really bad things about me, and I didn’t even have the opportunity to bring my story,” the girl justifies herself.
The beginning of the process of change for young Americans.
“That six-month whirlwind romance was suddenly darker. While I was in prison… maybe he visited me twice,” he explains, who started with a sane mind.
He went through a drug program and went to rehab. Now every time he looks in the mirror, he remembers what I went through.
Tattoo removal process
When the removal process began in October 2019, he was told he needed 12 sessions.
“When I first started going, they were wearing cheeks, forehead, and hands, which, as a tattoo, the body will only heal in time,” reports Alyssa.
Alyssa Zebrasky is today proud of her radical transformation that took years.
Now the cheeks are all gone, but they still rise around the mouth. “The cheeks were pretty pain-free, but I had a nose job once and it hurt a lot,” she said.
“Each session is 20 minutes, much faster than the scars themselves. The first pain from the laser I want to be associated with having a rubber ball against the skin cracking. It just feels like this and then it hurts for 30 minutes,” he specifies about the process.
And he continues: “It’s a little pain almost as if you poured burning oil on your hand, this is the closest I can get.”
A vision of family and social networks
Alyssa’s face is not so much burned, but there is some swelling. And that face began to “take”. “I used to cover it when I came to visit my family,” he admits.
His mother told him that he no longer needed to cover up, which was good. His family has always supported his process and understand that he is in a vulnerable position.
That’s how Alyssa Zebrasky looked at the face connected to past excesses and drugs.
The repercussions of the networks are always punctuated, and in this sense, there is no surrounding bush. “I don’t really pay attention to how much hate I get on TikTok and on social media,” he admits.
“He could help someone in a similar situation, it can be drug addiction or going through something really traumatic and he wants to see someone else who got it,” the girl who was encouraged and could do the long wait. change to the left of the message.