How do I know my tattoo?

This guide is about finding the right tattoo for your body type, size and style and which may work best for how you feel the day after. We’ll show you different tattoo styles for different kinds of bodies.

We’ll show the pros and cons of tattooing for different body shapes.
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And most importantly – you’ll get your tattoo the old-fashioned way.

How does skin cancer affect the skin healing?

The immune system fights off infection, bacteria and viruses as long as there are cells that do recognise them as safe and to protect yourself. If these immune cells turn malignant, you will be protected from these invaders. But if the immune system becomes overactive – even if you have very healthy skin – this can damage your body.

How long will my skin grow back?

No skin transplant can change your skin permanently – you will have some temporary improvement for a few days. But any permanent skin change after two to six weeks can have a significant impact on the health and wellbeing of the area – this includes your ability to have healthy sexual and hormonal relationships.

How do I get a tattoo?

There are several options for getting a tattoo.

You’re most likely to get a piercing or piercing in the groin, back, arm or leg which can be done by professionals in a clinic or through a specialist tattooist.

There is no NHS-funded funding for this or any other type of tattoo. A private practitioner has to have approval to offer a tattoo.

You can opt to get a tattoo under your skin at home, either doing the design on a sheet or on a stick.

You can choose an individual design, or choose to have a tattoo done at one of over 30 specialist sites across Germany.

What are the risks of getting my tattoo?

If done correctly, the immune system of the tattoosee protects themselves from any harmful bacteria that could cause the skin damage they’re healing from.

Tattooing can be a dangerous activity: the tattoo artist, the clinic or anywhere else in the world. If you get a tattoo, make sure you are comfortable with how it’s done – both you and the tattoo artist should have the correct medical licenses so you can do it safely.

You can also be at risk of getting HIV from some people who have undergone sexual damage, because the needles, skin care products used to heal the skin and the risk of infection spread to the skin around the area.