Getting tattooed with vegetable ink, what advantages does it offer us?

Tattoo inks

Talking about the different types of tattoo inks that exist would lead to a long and extensive debate. The question is to see what type of ink is the most suitable for us and each moment. But, How do we know what kind of ink we should get tattooed with? It is a question that inevitably reminds me of that article I wrote about allergies to tattoo ink. However, and removing the different possibilities, in this article I am going to focus on the advantages offered by getting tattooed with vegetable ink.

As we well know, there are already broad features two types of inks of to make tattoos: vegetable and mineral. In the first case and as we say, what are the advantages of tattooing with vegetable ink. Although it is not usual to choose the type of ink for our tattoo Since, as you will well know if you are a fan of the world, the vast majority of tattoo artists work with a certain brand and, with the exception of few occasions and for reasons of force majeure, they do not usually use another ink.

Tattoo inks

Unlike mineral inks, vegetables are called "hypoallergenic", although it is true that, as with those made from metals and other non-natural elements, a small percentage of allergic reactions. Although in any case, and according to what I have been able to read and document for this article, the percentage of health-related problems (except for infection of the tattoo by external agents) is lower in tattoos made with vegetable ink.

Therefore, we could say that getting tattooed with Vegetable ink has as its main virtue the fact that it is using a more natural ink and "respectful" with our body, although this term may not be the most suitable. However, not all that glitters is gold, since unlike mineral inks, vegetable inks tend to fade more over time. So we will be obliged to take extreme precautions about our tattoo (especially in summer) if we do not want to review it after a few years. Mineral inks are more durable and tattoos made with them suffer less over time (as long as we take good care of the tattoo).


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  1.   Enrique Rodriguez said

    What components or ingredients are vegetable inks made? If you could answer my question

  2.   mjo said

    Can the components of inks alter triglycerides?

  3.   dynamite lady said

    We spoke in histoembryology about vegetable ink, and as it has proteins, they attack it more easily since it is a foreign protein agent, so I don't think vegetable ink is so good.

    1.    yusmary said

      I tattooed my eyebrows with vegetable ink two years ago and now I lose fat I always have the part of my forehead shiny apart from the tattoo being ugly, I can help

      1.    yusmary said

        Hello, I tattooed my eyebrows 3 years ago with vegetable ink and from the eyebrows to the forehead I voted a lot of fat, it helps that I do others dq one eyebrow is clearer than another

  4.   yusmary said

    Hello, I tattooed my eyebrows 3 years ago with vegetable ink and from the eyebrows to the forehead I voted a lot of fat, it helps that I do others dq one eyebrow is clearer than another