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There is limited data in relation to nosocomial type infections acquired in Cosmetic Tattoo Salon-Clinic settings, this article highlights some of the potential areas of concern in the prevention of Salon Acquired Infections.

Topical anaesthetics are sometimes used by service providers prior to minor cosmetic procedures that may otherwise cause the client/patient significant discomfort. This well researched article highlights the importance of using anaesthetics safely.

Colour is a complex topic with many variables, it is also an important topic for Cosmetic Tattooists and this series of articles will attempt to demystify the subject and will focus on content that will assist technicians to achieve better outcomes.

This article explains how to turn news/page feed on or off to follow a page on facebook.

A Cosmetic Tattooist may encounter questions from clients about the possible effects on their tattoos when undergoing Magnetic Resonance Imaging tests (MRI), due to various media reports and internet publications about the topic, we discuss the issue

Clients/Patients who have darker skin tones may be more susceptible to a condition called Post Inflammatory Hyper-pigmentation or PIH for short. Clients who have or may develop PIH have hyperactive melanocyte cells in their skin.

You may encounter a middle aged client who presents for Cosmetic Tattooing with unexplained loss of hair in their outer eyebrows, if there appears to be no obvious reason then it is possible that the client may be suffering from a thyroid condition.