Tattoo and Risks Involved
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Tattoo Types, Safety, Removal
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The Truth about Tattoos Before you ink, learn more about tattoos –why people get them, the health risks involved, and your removal options if you change your mind.
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Already, 25% of 18- to 30-year-olds have a tattoo. In the next few years, 40% of this age group will have a tattoo.
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Amateur Tattoos Made by individuals or their friends by jabbing ink, charcoal, or ashes under the skin with a pin. And because such tattoos are done under unsanitary conditions with unusual pigments, there is a much higher risk of infection.
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Cultural Tattoos Cultural tattoos are applied via traditional methods to members of certain ethnic groups.
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Professional Tattoos Professional tattoos are applied by registered artists using a tattoo machine -- the term many artists prefer to the slangy "tattoo gun."
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Cosmetic Tattoos Tattoos may be used as "permanent" make-up, such as eye and lip liner, lipstick, blush, eyebrows, or hair imitation. The process can be repeated over time, when the colors fade away.
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Medical Tattoos Medical tattoos are not decorative, but are placed for medical reasons: Patients with medical conditions or chronic diseases, such as diabetes, may use a tattoo to alert health care workers in case of an emergency. After breast reconstruction surgery, a tattoo may be used to simulate the nipple. This use may also be considered a cosmetic tattoo
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Traumatic Tattoos Traumatic tattoos occur during injuries, when dirt or other materials get imbedded in the skin.
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Why Get a Tattoo? To demonstrate one's individuality and uniqueness OR to show membership in a group.
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Safe Tattooing Check if the Studio is clean- spic n span check the bathroom. If it's dirty, get out of there. Check the artist's business license to make sure it's up to date. And check the tattoo area: Look for a separate area for tattooing with a clean, hard surface and no contaminated items present.
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Safe Tattooing Tips Don't drink alcohol or take drugs a day before getting a tattoo Don't get a tattoo if you're sick. Make sure all needles are removed from sterile single. Make sure the studio has sterilization equipment to clean instruments after each use. Make sure the artist washes his hands and puts on sterile gloves. Make sure the work area is clean. Get a list of the specific pigments used, including color, manufacturer's name, and lot number. After getting a tattoo, carefully follow healing instructions.
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Tattoo Risks The most serious risks are life-threatening infections, such as HIV or hepatitis C, from unclean needles. Other infections, such as a staph infection called impetigo or MRSA, or deep-skin infection cellulitis may develop.
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Allergic Reaction Some people develop allergic reactions to tattoo pigments -- especially red pigments.
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Tattoo Removal Tattoos can be removed. Sometimes, particularly if the tattoo was done only in black, the results can be quite good. But often the skin cannot be restored to its original color or quality.
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Removal Techniques There are three basic techniques: cutting away the tattooed skin, dermabrasion (rubbing away the tattooed skin with an abrasive device), or laser removal. The FDA warns people NOT to use any of the many available do-it-yourself tattoo removal products. These products contain acids and can cause harmful skin reactions.
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Tattoo Removal Risks: Allergic Reactions Lasers break down tattoo pigments, raising the possibility of allergic reactions. Different lasers are used on different tattoo colors to break down the pigment into small particles that can be eliminated from the body.
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Temporary Tattoos A popular alternative to permanent tattoos is temporary tattooing with henna-based ink.
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Reactions from Heena based Tattoos
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