tattoo is a mark made by inserting indelible or permanent ink into the dermis layer of skin to change the pigment for decorative and other purposes. For humans, Permanent tattoos done by using a needle to insert colored ink below the skin surface. This method will breach the skin, making skin vulnerable to infection and possible complications.
- Skin infections. The infection is characterized by swelling redness, pain, pain and drainage such as pus.
- Allergic reactions. In some cases, allergic reactions occur even years after the tattoo.
- Blood-borne diseases. When the tattoo needles and equipment used to create your tattoo has been contaminated with infected blood, you definitely will catch a variety of blood-borne diseases - HIV, hepatitis, tetanus and virus that causes AIDS.
- Granuloma. This is a small lump or knot formed around tattoo ink that the body identifies as foreign.