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It is fair to say that the majority of tattoo artists don’t know what’s in the inks they use, because tattoo ink is not FDA approved nor standardized. It is also well known that tattoo inks contain a lot of toxic and harmful compounds, like heavy metals for example. And, red ink might just be representative in terms of toxicity and potentially harmful ingredients. (Source: www.savedtattoo.com)

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"There are reports in the published scientific literature of tattoo inks that contain everything from pigments used in printer toner to pigments used in car paint," said Dr. Linda Katz, director of the Food and Drug Administration's Office of Cosmetics and Colors, (Source: www.wctv.tv Katz said the agency is analyzing tattoo inks and pigments for "heavy metals, degradants, potentially toxic chemicals — including pH stabilizers, microbicides and coating agents — and other materials that are not intended to be placed into the body." (Source:www.wctv.tv))

While the popularity of tattoos has grown, regulation of the industry has not. Tattoo ink is not regulated by the federal government. And oversight of tattoo parlors and artists on the state and local level is spotty. (Source: www.cnn.com)

A 32-year-old woman with 14 lower body tattoos was being treated for cervical cancer when doctors noticed two swollen lymph glands. Thinking her cancer had spread, they removed the nodes and discovered they were full of tattoo ink particles. In this situation, doctors said they would have operated anyway, but warned that might not always be the case. (Source: www.cnn.com)

But when they put those nodes under a microscope, they found out it was black tattoo ink placed there 15 years ago. She didn't have cancer; her immune system was reacting to the tattoo on her back. (Source: www.cnn.com)

"There are reports in the published scientific literature of tattoo inks that contain everything from pigments used in printer toner to pigments used in car paint," said Dr. Linda Katz, director of the Food and Drug Administration's Office of Cosmetics and Colors, in a published Q&A. (Source: www.cnn.com)

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And then, there is the problem of potential, perpetual itching of the red tattoos. Now, all tattoos itch when they’re brand new and healing. Itching is a part of a proper healing process, which can be managed with different lotions and ointments. It doesn’t last long and it’s pretty easy to deal with. (Source: www.savedtattoo.com)

If you notice swelling, redness, tenderness, and oozing out of your new red tattoo, make sure to seek medical help as soon as possible. Chances are you’re dealing with an allergic reaction or infection, which needs to be professionally treated. (Source: www.savedtattoo.com Ink plays an important role in the creation of your tattoo and its style. Depending on the brand and quality, you might also see better results, but also a higher cost. For example, ink used even five years ago isn't as good as some of the new inks that are available today. (Source:guides.co))

To reduce your risk levels, as with all tattoos, check the tattoo parlor and artists before receiving any new artwork. Check they’re qualified, trained, insured and trusted using checks and reviews. (Source: authoritytattoo.com)

Black may be the favorite for single color tattoos, but a new contender for the throne is lurking. Red ink tattoos have risen in popularity in the last few years. They’re unique, elegant, and, some might even say, bold. (Source: brightside.me) To keep the freshness of your tattoo, remove them whenever you can. You can use a rubber glove or hand suction to remove them. In

 

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