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What ink is safer to use for tattoos?

Arthur W. Perry, MD
Plastic Surgery
If you're thinking about getting a tattoo, and that's between you and your mother, you should consider using a safer pigment called InfiniteInk that does not contain toxins and can be easily removed. It's available in a few dozen tattoo establishments now. I'm sure it will cost more, but wouldn't you want a pigment that was developed to color medicines, rather than paints?

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