The study also revealed that almost half (44%) of chronic reactions were due to red ink, even though only slightly more than a third (36%) had tattoos with red ink. One third of chronic cases involved black ink, while over 90% of the participant’s tattoos used black coloring. For what it’s worth, if you must get a tattoo , we recommend you consult your dermatologist simply because allergic reactions (like aversion to hair dyes, for example) tend to surface much later.
- It’s during the healing process that your skin could get irreparably damaged and require medical attention.
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- Needless to say, as you age, the wrinkled skin and discoloration make this body art an eyesore.