Listed here are links to articles about the health and social risks of tattoos. It is important to have all of the tattoo information you can have. Some of these articles are favorable and others negative, but read them all!! Be informed. There is a lot of information on the internet . . . some are more accurate that others.
When doing research, search for common questions. I’ve placed links to BING so you can just click on the phrase.
Remember, a person who does research and gets tattoo information BEFORE getting a tattoo is far happier with the outcome than those that dive in without adequate consideration. Considering how a tattoo will effect your personal life. How will your family look at it?, Will you future spouse have any reservations?, What will your children say in the future? You may not care now, but what about later?
What types of jobs are you considering? Are you going to be free to pursue any and all opportunities that arise? Remember, a company has the full right to not allow “obvious tattoos” at the workplace. If you aren’t should, check with the human resources department.
Finally, think about the current health risks, and the potential health risks in the future. Rarely can you do “anything” permanent to the human body without long-term consequences. Reasearch what could occur down the road. Getting enough tattoo information is critical.
The links below are here because you need to do your own research and not take ANYONE’S word for such a serious and life-long decision. If you see an article that we should include, drop us an email.
Don’t take any one website’s word on tattoos, do your own research, and then decide what is best for you.