Effects And Risks Tattoo For your Skin

What do you think about tattoos and tattooing adverse effects on your skin? 
Maybe for you tattoo lovers it does not matter and the tattoo is fun and cool, but what about someone beginners and have never used a tattoo? I think tattoos should be tailored to the needs and skin. Each person has a different skin, and there are also those who are allergic to the weather or something. On this occasion I only share information about the dangers and effects of tattoos for your skin.

Now, tattoos became a media trend for young people and even adults, and in the unique art of tattoos and piercing more popular. Not a few people like it even wants to have on their bodies. Being the center of attention and provide identity through tattoos and piercing is the goal. However, did  you know if you do these two things can be harmful to your skin?



Installing or drawing tattoos and piercings can give an effect on your body one of which is like an infection that does not match your skin with tattoos. Infection occurs when there is injury to the skin or body where you do a tattoo or piercing. Infections of the skin due to two activities usually occur on the surface of the skin where the location of the tattoo or piercing done. Infections that occur normally in the form of the emergence of a clear liquid or yellow light to dark yellow, brown or red, and issued a shape and smell like pus.

There are some symptoms that your skin is allergic or do not match with tattoos 
Here are the symptoms that your skin is being exposed to the infection 

Increasing pain, swelling, redness and heat at the location of the tattoo or piercing

There is a red line extending from the location of the tattoo and piercing

Discharge of pus from the wound center at the location of the tattoo or piercing

Swollen lymph nodes
fever.

Infection can also occur deep within the wound and results in pain and swelling of the increasingly widespread. The skin on tattoos and piercings can be cured, while arising in a wound infection and develop into more serious infections such as abscesses or cellulite. Infection can also spread affects the bone (osteomyelitis), joints (septic arthritis), or the entire body (sepsis).

People with certain diseases such as diabetes, peripheral arterial disease, or disorders of the immune system can lead to increased severity of infection. Those who have the disease requiring medical treatment at the early symptoms of infection. You can reduce the risk of infection by performing the steps of care that can be done in person at home.

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