Tattoos Attention To Allergies

Tattoos: beware of allergies!

Having a tattoo becomes more and more common! Today we propose all the forms, all the colors, to place in different places of the body. Why not ? But even if wearing a tattoo has become almost "commonplace", this should not prevent you from taking certain precautions to avoid possible complications.

Whether you choose a permanent tattoo in ink or an ephemeral henna tattoo on the beach, you should know that these practices remain an assault on the skin and are not without risk. Indeed, you can develop a more or less important allergy. Knowing that this problem can manifest several weeks to several months after the tattoo.

Of course, the most vigilant must be those who already know they are allergic (with contact allergies), or have skin problems.

Note also that some colors are more allergenic than others because of the pigments contained in these tattoos. Better to be vigilant and learn!

Discover in this folder all you need to know about allergies to tattoos:

  • The first symptoms that must alert ... and solutions (not always simple, since the most obvious in this case is to remove the allergen).
  • All precautions to take before getting a tattoo.
  • What to do if you are allergic to ink or henna tattoos.
  • The interview of the allergist who explains the risks of tattoos.

Want to react, share your experience or ask a question? See you in our FORUMS Piercing and Tattoo or A doctor answers you!

Read also :

> A piercing or tattoo in complete safety
> The tattoo with jagua, a temporary and natural tattoo?
> Remove a tattoo
> All about tattooing

Author: Laëtitia Demma.
Expert Consultant: Dr. Sophie Silcret-Grieu, allergist doctor.
July 2015.

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