UV tattoos are tattoos made with a fluorescent or UV ink that is only visible under an under ultraviolet light (not in any kind of dark). These Blacklight tattoos are completely invisible in normal light, but the scars left by the tattoo machine on the skin can be noted.
Although tattoos are sometimes considered invisible in normal light, healing tattoo machine in the application process may remain, and therefore, be still. A UV tattoo becomes visible under black light, when illuminated with colors ranging from white to purple, depending on the chosen ink. an ink that is visible in normal light (as with a regular tattoo) is also available, but the ink glows brightly under ultraviolet light.
However, some UV inks are not as bright under normal light as normal tattoo ink and is not considered as vibrant. Arguments against UV tattoos Tattoo inks are not approved by the FDA, because “it has not traditionally regulated tattoo inks or the pigments used in them” The notices Ink UV tattoo that say “FDA Approved” when used for tattooing appear to be fraudulent, UV- some tattoo inks may have been approved by the FDA for purposes related to food (such as marking of animals for food, such as fish), but this is not the same as being “approved by the FDA “for use in humans for cosmetic purposes.
UV tattoo ink is several times more expensive than regular tattoo inks. Some people have had reactions to the ingredients of the ink, ranging from mild itching to dermatitis. Several UV inks are suspected carcinogens and allergens, and now there have been no research on the side effects of long term exposure.
Although many people who have received the UV blacklight tattoos or have physical effects on the skin, the ink could cause a reaction. This may be the result of failing to protect the tattoo from UV rays within 3 months after receiving the tattooing process, or use scented creams or lotions in the area of the tattoo. This can damage the ink, causing it to become a normal ink color. Over time, you may not glow in the UV light. The UV light blue color ink knows it gets a little yellow or brown with sun exposure.
UV black ink can be seen in any light, so over time can permanently appear as a regular tattoo. Arguments of UV tattoos In recent years, as the formulas of UV inks have been improved, it has become more common to hear reports of success with little or no reaction. Tattoos can be almost invisible, ideal for those who may be restricted in their choice of placement of a tattoo (because of their profession, for example) you can choose to display only the tattoo lighting conditions UV or black light. Implementation problems UV inks are not as bright under normal light as normal tattoo inks, and do not mix during application as normal inks. Its effect is weakened.
Therefore, for tattoos vibrant, high impact is normally used, normal ink, healing is allowed, then highlighted with UV inks. Tattooists only with great experience to apply UV tattoos, and should have a black light on the tattoo parlor. When applying the UV ink white or light color, this light should be on during the entire procedure.
The UV tattoo takes a little longer than normal, because the inks are slightly more fluid and more difficult to work, and that the tattoo should be cleaned and viewed under a black light frequently during application. If the artist is not careful, ink or other materials used to outline the design can become part of the work. This is not usually a problem with tattoos standard ink color, covering this. However, for art UV is completely hidden, this can be a problem, since it is very likely that some of the art is disclosed instead of being hidden in their majority.