Temporary Tattoo – NUT ALLERGY – Child Safety Product

March 17th, 2012 -- Posted in Tattoo Products | No Comments »

Temporary Tattoo – NUT ALLERGY – Child Safety Product

Temporary Tattoo - NUT ALLERGY - Child Safety Product

  • 6 per package
  • 1.75″ x 1.75″ each
  • 6 wipes for applying
  • 6 wipes for removal
  • Lasts 3-5 days

At last a way to alert school and church personell to your child’s NUT ALLERGY!

List Price: $ 10.00

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Lost & Found Temporary Tattoos – AUTISM – Child Safety Product

March 12th, 2012 -- Posted in Tattoo Products | 1 Comment »

Lost & Found Temporary Tattoos – AUTISM – Child Safety Product

Lost & Found Temporary Tattoos - AUTISM - Child Safety Product

  • 6 Tattoos per package
  • 1.75″ x 1.75″
  • 6 wipes for applying
  • 6 wipes for removal
  • Lasts 3-5 days

As a parent, you now have a way to feel secure when your child is in any crowded place or not under your direct care (theme parks, school field trips, shopping malls, sporting events etc.). Lost and Found Temporary Tattoos? greatly reduce the amount of time that your child will be separated from you or a guardian, in the event they are lost.

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Possible Health Risks When Getting A Tattoo

December 9th, 2008 -- Posted in Tattoo Safety | No Comments »

One of the primary things that a tattoo parlor looks into is safety. Getting a tattoo means puncturing the skin, thus creating an opening that exposes your flesh. Tattoo artists should see to it that they employ the right procedures to ensure the safety of the process. The correct equipment and tools should also be used during tattooing. These products should be of high quality and pass health standards. Depending on your location, there are a number of organizations that ensure that tattoo parlors follow a certain standard in ensuring the safety of their clients and to avoid health issues and health hazards that may arise during the process of tattooing.

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If you have plans of getting a tattoo, it is important that you are knowledgeable of the possible health hazards that you may face. Infection is one of the most common health hazards that you would be confronted with. There are a number of infections that you can have, one of the most common is hepatitis. Hepatitis can be transmitted if your tattooist uses unsterilized needles and equipment. All tattoo equipment should be sterilized properly. This is one of the things that you should look into when looking for a tattoo parlor. You also have a responsibility to take care of the tattooed area on your skin to avoid disease. Primary care during the first two weeks of your tattoo is very crucial. Doing so can help avoid disease.

You can also have a number of allergic reactions. Such reactions can be connected to tattoo ink and pigments used. Ink can contain some chemicals that you may be allergic to. If this happen, it is important that you consult a dermatologists right away since ink and pigments are very hard to remove. Even if you go through laser surgery to have your tattoos removed, you can still experience from allergic reactions for weeks, even months. To prevent such a situation, it is important to find out for yourself if you are allergic to tattoo ink or not. If you are, then the most sensible thing to do is to skip getting a tattoo at all.

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If you notice strange looking scars on your tattoo, you may be having a keloid formation. A keloid is a scar with a thick and irregular shape. It is usually caused by the growth of excessive tissue and usually breeds at the area where you have a wound. Because of the nature of keloids, it is likely that one would develop such formation when one gets a tattoo, especially if you are someone who already experienced having one. Some people do not show sign of keloid formation when getting a tattoo but they would usually appear if they undergo tattoo removal.

There is also a risk of MRI complication when you get a tattoo. Some people might notice swelling or a burning sensation in the tattooed area of their skin when they go through MRI or Magnetic Resonance Imaging. MRI is a scanning procedure that checks the condition of a persons brain or spinal cord.

By: Roberto Bell

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Dustin is the staff writer for www.targettattoo.com which has over 10,000 tattoo designs for the tattoo entusiast. Visit Possible Health Risks When Getting a Tattoo.

How To Choose A Tattoo Parlour

December 9th, 2008 -- Posted in Tattoo Safety | No Comments »

When it comes to choosing a tattoo parlour, there are a lot of factors to consider. It is not a decision to be taken lightly because your final choice could determine whether you have your dream tattoo, or you have a substandard-looking tattoo.

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So what points should you consider?

Well first of all you should look at some of your local tattoo parlours and check each one out individually. You should do a bit of research and find those tattoo parlours that are fully registered and licensed and have an up to date safety certificate first and foremost. This is because you should obviously only get a tattoo done by a professional outfit who take customers’ health and safety very seriously.

Your tattoo parlour should not only be fully licensed but should also practice what they preach. In other words they should use fully sterilized equipment at all times to avoid infections and diseases being passed on from person to person. They should also wear gloves and have clean surfaces around them, so always look around and ask about these things before you get a tattoo done.

Of course safety is not the only issue you need to be concerned about. You also want to choose a tattoo parlour, and a tattoo artist in particular, that can give you the tattoo design that you are dreaming of. Most tattoo parlours have a wide choice of tattoo designs to choose from, but you may like to choose your own custom design, so in this instance you must ensure that the tattoo artist you choose is capable of recreating this tattoo design on your body.

Finally if you are still unsure about which tattoo parlour to choose, then your best option is to get recommendations from friends and associates who have great looking tattoos. This is how a lot of people end up choosing which tattoo parlour to get their tattoo done and it’s easy to see why because if one of your friends has a really professional looking tattoo, then the chances are they will give you an equally attractive tattoo. If you want further confirmation you can also ask to see photos of past customers who have got tattoos done there.

So to sum up when looking for a tattoo parlour, you should take your time looking around rather than going to the first one you come to. Always look for a professional tattoo parlour that is not only fully compliant with health and safety rules but is also able to recreate professional looking tattoo designs, so you can achieve your prefect tattoo.

By: James Woolley

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For information about where you can find top quality tattoo designs online please read James Woolley’s Chopper Tattoo review and Tattoo Me Now review.

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