Deadly: Bright Tattoos Increase Risk of Serious Allergies
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Nowadays the practice of getting tattoos is very loud. Everyone is getting tattoos of different designs on their hands, neck and other parts of the body to look attractive. But these tattoos are not just an ink after being formed on the skin, but they cause allergies in your skin.
According to scientists, brightly colored tattoos can leak heavy metals into your lymph nodes (a part of the immune system present in the body) and make your body allergic to your ink. A new study has revealed that tiny metal particles from the tattoo-making needle enter your skin and begin to be transmitted to the lymph node. This causes allergic problems.
Small particles of metal found in the lymph node: Scientists at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility in Grenoble, France, found nickel and chromium metals in the lymph node of tattooers. These metals are known to cause allergies. When a colored material is used to make a tattoo, these metals start flowing through the tattoo needle. White ink is called titanium dioxide and is often mixed with bright colors such as blue, green and red. Tattooing has become increasingly popular in the US. It is very crazy especially among teenagers and youth. A survey by the Pew Research Center found that 40 percent of people between the ages of 18 and 29 have had at least one tattoo done.
Metal particles reach inside through needle
ESRF scientist Ines Shriver said that we were investigating previous studies to find the relationship between the color of iron, chromium, nickel and ink. After studying many human tissue samples and finding metallic elements, we realized that there is definitely something else here. We then examined the needle, which revealed that tiny metal particles from the tattoo-making needle entered the skin and began to be transmitted to the lymph node causing allergic reactions. The study is published in the journal Particle and Fiber Toxicology.
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