Injection Scarification

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Injection scarification is a form of scarification obtained through noxious injections.

An extremely rare form of scarification, injection scarification creates unique randomly "designed" scars. Procedurally it's simple -- inject rubbing alcohol or other fluids under the skin and watch it blister out. However, results are unlikely to be controllable, and there is an element of danger involved if care is not taken.

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