What It Is and How It Affects You?
The artist outlines the tattoo onto the body and it is known to be the most painful part of the process. Then they color and shade with a needle and ink.
Effects on the Layers of Skin
The tattoo goes through the epidermis sits in the dermis and the epidermis peels and if it is done correctly it won't reach the hypodermis. The tattoo pigment may go deeper into the dermis which is why it fades. Before you get a tattoo make sure you are immunized for hepatitis and tetanus because infection could occur.
Tattoos can cause many health complications such as; allergic reactions, skin infections, skin cancer, ink poisoning, tetanus, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and MRI complications.
Some of the aesthetic consequences are when you get older and get wrinkles your tattoo won't look the same.Also tattoos fade over time to where they look really old.
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