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Shining the light on invisible tattoos

September 17, 2012 - 1:57am

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PHOTO: Utopia Tattoo Studio

UV tattoos, which are visible only under ultraviolet light, are gaining in popularity, especially with teens and clubbers here.

Those who sport such tattoos claim that the special inks used in them have been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for such purposes as marking and tracking frozen meat.

However, there have been reports that this special UV ink can cause skin problems such as rashes, blisters, and warts.

Tattoo artists here have different views about them – some think that they are safe while others say that they are just a gimmick.

Comments

All those with tattoos... you will come to regret having your skin tatatooed in your teens or middle-age.

When you reach mid 40's, you will ask yourself before the mirror ... What have I done to my body? All these tatttoos fading before your eyes. Unsighty shits that cannot be removed!

When it is time to roll up your sleeves or pants, you who have faded tattoos will begin rolling them down instead. 

Just look west ... all these Westerner with tattoos, they are all hiding them with long pants, long sleeves etc... in public.

Is it worth it ??? Why endure the pain and to discover the horrified state of your skin later in life??

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