More and more people decide to show off some parts of their body with tattoos. It is essential to continue a series of guidelines to maintain the health of your skin in perfect state.
Tattoos have long since ceased to be a taboo subject. In actuality every time more people adorn her body with all kinds of motifs and figures.
Do not forget that tattoos, just after doing them, they are open wounds and a possible source of infection.
The chosen location has to comply with health regulations. Visually, you should have the feeling that it is a medical clinic, with perfectly equipped and very clean rooms.
The professional who will do the tattoo must have the best training and have a qualification.
Do not choose areas of your body with some injuries for tattoos, such as moles, scars, warts, etc.
Another factor to consider is the alergies. There are products or utensils used for the realization of tattoos, which could cause an allergic reaction. It is very useful to do a test before.
Conservation of tattoos
The end result of tattoos it will not be the same in all parts of your body. There are areas where conservation is a bit more difficult. For example, the neck area deforms over time, becoming more elastic.
The colors and the ink
For foreseeable future removal, blue, black and gray tones are easier to remover. However, green and yellow colors are more difficult to remove.
La ink used in tattoos it has to be approved, to ensure that there will be no allergy, contamination or toxicity problems.
Can a tattoo be totally removed?
There is a modern laser technique "ultra-pulsed”, Which is very effective, as long as it is verified by authentic health specialists.
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