Facial Skin Removal

This star (done using skin removal) is healing wonderfully, and was initially cut by James Wisniewski in Hollywood, CA.

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31 thoughts on “Facial Skin Removal

  1. Thank you very much everyone!

    I believe the scar is about 4 months old now.

    In regard to the piercings, the top 2 discs are a 3/8“ surface bar with a single microdermal below the surface.

  2. Whoo, I imagine that it will only look better as it continues to heal!

    Those surface piercings are nice, too.

  3. AMAZING! I’ve always been freaked out about skin removal and the feloids that seem to happen all too frequently. THAT is ONE PERFECT SCAR right there. (in my opinion)

  4. i just love them plugs!! wish i had those (hint hint :) )
    for the scar … one of the best healed scars i’ve seen up till now. … but my attention keeps going towards those plugs!!! DAMN I LOVE THOSE!! why can’t i find plugs like those in belgium? :(

  5. Wizzer – That surface pierce coupled with the anchor is great, probably the best surface piercing I have seen in that position.

    And your lobe is a tad bigger than mine.

    Good work mister.

  6. YAY!!! I made Mod Blog!!! Yes the plugs are Aventurine(bodyartforms.com). Healing was easy and uneventful. I’m pretty sure it’s genetics. And James is the best.

  7. Hmm, that’s good to know. I was looking at them when I went on my bodyartforms.com rampage, but their picture makes them look more mint green, while YOUR picture makes them look like the precise kind of green I was looking for to bring out my eyeballs.

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