During the warmer months of spring and summer, it is not uncommon for vacationers to indulge in a temporary tattoo such as a “henna” tattoo, which is applied to skin’s surface rather than injected into the skin. However, the FDA reports that not all consumers have similar experiences with the ink, and allergic reactions can occur immediately or even up to two or three weeks later. Linda Katz, M.D., M.P.H., director of FDA’s Office of Cosmetics and Colors, says “just because a tattoo is temporary it doesn’t mean that it is risk free.” Severe side-effects that have been known to ... Read More
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