Tattoo is an implementation with needle-like devices, where pigment cells that gives color to the dermis layer of skin is being applied. It’s possible that during the tattoo process skin injuries can occur and permanent skin stains can remain. In long terms these scars can trigger a number of mechanisms that can lead to uncontrolled cell divisions on the skin. The content of the dyes used in tattooing may cause a number of early and late phase reactions. In the first phases some reactions can happen, especially red paint can cause allergic reactions. After the later phases some paints that trigger these uncontrolled skin divisions can even cause carcinogenic features. Sometimes our skin show reactions to these body paints, when it is not used to it.
If the disinfection and sterilization of needles and instruments used on the body are not well perpared such things like herpes can occur in the first phases. It can lead to hepatitis or HIV in the later phases. In tattoo removel Q Switch lasers are being used. The laser light reaches the ink and divides the dyed cells into small pieces without damaging the skin surface and surrounding tissue. The technology used on tattoo removal develops every day but it’s still difficult to remove dark ink and especially colors like purple, yellow or white. (Hint: If you are considering getting a tattoo also consider the option of removing it. So stay away from those colors.) The success and speed of the process depends on the quality of the colors, the technich of the procedure and the immune system of the body. The procedure can be 3-20 seances long. The seance time spaces are 6 weeks. The ache depends on the pain threshold. Using anaesthetic creams and refrigerants due the procedure can also reduce the aches.