Choosing a Safe Tattoo Studio

Choosing a Safe Tattoo Studio

Choosing a Safe Body Art Studio

Choosing a design studio is very essential to your health and well-being.

All states incorporate different laws, which govern tattoo studios.  You should first check with your local state office to find out what the regulations they adhere too.

The first crucial issue is that you use a studio that is licensed. This usually means that successful completion of a health department course on infectious disease transmission has been taken and an exam has been passed. It is wise to follow these guidelines.
When you first enter the  studio,  look around. The studio should be clean and organized. If you think it is not, turn around and walk out.
See if the studio uses disinfectants these should be EPA approved. You don?t want to use a studio that is not kept very clean and neat.

Choosing a tattoo studio is very essential to your health and well-being. All states incorporate different laws, which govern body art studios.  You should first check with your local state office to find out what the regulations they adhere too.

The first crucial issue is that you use a studio that is licensed. This usually means that successful completion of a health department course on infectious disease transmission has been taken and an exam has been passed.
It is wise to follow these guidelines.

You should try to watch how the artist works on another people to see if you like their style and to see that they use safe measures and have a personality that will click with your.
You should be sure that the artist and parlor use and follow the below:
Do they Autoclave – an autoclave is used in hospitals to sterilize equipment. It uses heat, steam, and pressure to kill every organism on the equipment.

It usually takes about an hour for an autoclave to run a cycle from a cold start to effectively kill all organisms. You can even ask to see the autoclave and sterilization certificate. The artist should first clean the equipment and then place it in a special pouch before placing it in the autoclave.

There is a strip on the outside of the pouch that indicates when the equipment is sterile. The needle bar and tube are reusable pieces of equipment that must be sterilized before each use.
Do they use the following single Use Items: ink, ink cups, gloves, needles.
Single use items should be used only once so that the chances of cross contamination are eliminated.
Most of these items are purchased in sterile packaging that should be opened in front of you just before the artist begins work.
Do they keep their used sharp items and needles in a Biohazard Container?
If you follow these short guidelines getting body art should be v safe.  It is important to follow the simple guidelines in this article.

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    1. June 14th, 2009 | 1:47 pm


      The best information i have found exactly here. Keep going Thank you

    2. admin
      June 14th, 2009 | 10:46 pm


      Thank You much !..

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