If you want to get yourself a tattoo, then you should know that there are contraindications to the tattoo, since the tattoo affects the human body, due to the content of iron oxide in the paint.
Contraindications to a tattoo:
- Don’t get a tattoo if you have diabetes.
The fact is that diabetes mellitus can cause a long healing of a tattoo, so it is worth consulting a doctor before applying a tattoo.
- Do not get a tattoo if you have poor blood clotting.
As mentioned at the beginning, the paint affects the human body, namely the blood. During the session, the likelihood increases that you will simply bleed out. Also, consult a doctor before applying.
- In case of oncology or other serious diseases, it is also worth refraining from tattooing the skin.
In addition, there are temporary contraindications for tattooing, which include:
- SARS, acute respiratory infections or the common cold.
- Skin disease.
- Alcoholic intoxication.
- Increased allergic reaction.
- Pregnancy and breastfeeding (in girls).
- Chronic diseases.
- Several days before menstruation and during menstruation.
What shouldn’t be done before a tattoo session?
- Drinking alcohol.
- Load yourself physically.
- Come hungry.
- Come feeling unwell.
What happens if you ignore these recommendations of the tattoo artist?
The final appearance of the tattoo, as well as the presence or absence of unpleasant consequences associated with your health, depends on your state of health.
Remember that your health is in YOUR hands… Do not ignore these recommendations if you want to avoid further problems. Also, do not touch the tattoo after the master finishes applying it, take good care of it and contact your master in time if something is not clear or if you are unsure of something.