TAT UV Tattoo

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  1. Apex

    Apex My Island In The Sun

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    Can anyone give me any info on UV tattoos? I have heard tons of things like it will cause cancer, your skin will fade where it is done, etc. Does anyone have any good solid info?
     
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    arent UV tattoo's done with white ink so that they reflect the UV Light?
     
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    from what I hear, they fade quickly and leave discoloration when they do.

    dont know about the cancer part, but it's probable.
     
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    Apex My Island In The Sun

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    somebody on OT who is an artist was telling us about new organic uv inks. He posted pics of the a tat of his he tried it on. It was a cartoony tattoo gun(?) that he outlined with the uv ink.

    i wish i knew who that was.
     
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    Apex My Island In The Sun

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    No other insight?
     
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    www.TATTUZ.com


    I've had the ink in my tat. for close to two years> It still glows and and looks good.
    Before any body says" I aint going to put that in MY body, it can cause cancer"
    think about that,,, Do you smoke. whats that gonna do to ya.
    Do ya drink? whats that gonna do to your liver.
    Do ya drink and drive, what can happen?
    do ya do drugs? what can happen
    do ya not practice unsafe sex,, what can that do?
    Hell everything can kill ya, but these inks are of organic nature.
    I've done about a hundred of these, and they heal quicker than regular tat ink.
    I have 6 different colors. and they only glow under UV light.
     
  10. That looks pretty cool. I read about the ink on the link posted above and it seems to be pretty safe to use.
     
  11. Apex

    Apex My Island In The Sun

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    I would really like to get a tattoo, but cannot have anything visible for work. So that is why I want a UV tattoo just so long as it is not visible, i'm all set.
     
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    what is the name of the inks... the stuff that was posted earlier was standard uv pigment encapsolated in PTFE
     
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    I believe its called EVER-GLO if I can find the number I'll post it.
     
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    if you're really determined why not get a small circle like the size of an eraser head tattooed somewhere and see if you become allergic to it? And then if you have to have it lasered or covered in another color then it wont be that bad. Testing it first will make it more expensive but just think of the potential misery you will avoid.
     
  15. dmora

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    this is probably the best example you gave. Id say smoking would be infinitely worse than some cancerous paint you can get removed. :p
    But what ever, smoking is cool. :greddy:
     
  16. RBP-7-(Ooz)

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    So what's the final word on the Chameleon UV Inks? there is a lot of positive hype on thier site, but I want to hear it from someone who's had it pushed.
     
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    maybe im just an asshole, but i could care less how long you've had it in you. those pigments havent been around long enough to be properly tested. many people with UV tattos(and yes, some done with ever-glo) have MAJOR problems with their tattoos such as.... the tattoo raising up under any kind of heat(such as sun, heating pads,etc), extreme itchiness at the tattoo site, swelling at random times on the tattoo and various other conditions. in my opinion, its not worth the risk
     

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