A tattoo is a permanent design made on your skin through pricks which insert colour pigments into the skin’s top layer. One or more needles will repeatedly pierce through the layer of the skin and insert tiny droplets below the top layer. This process is done without anaesthetics which cause several degrees of pain depending upon the place of tattoo and one’s personal pain tolerance levels. Because this procedure involves clearing the skin you are susceptible to skin infections and the safety precautions that should be taken before tattooing such as new equipment, new gloves and the reputation of the tattoo artist must all be well considered. It is a lifelong investment and the thought you give to this should be in good amounts. After the procedures ensure the tattoo area does not get in contact with any sort of chemicals including shampoo. You should also refrain from making use of local water bodies such as rivers, swimming pools among others and avoid sun exposure for at least two weeks at all cost. Apply a mild moisturizer to thetattoo part of the skin several times a day for at least two weeks.
The proficient understanding of the above-mentioned facts add to the increasing influx of tourists that aim for medical tourism in Kerala and one of the very first steps that need to be implemented is the use of medical disposables such as probe covers into the general system of health care.