#42015
JXDXB
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    @jxdxb

I had some work done 16 days ago. Everything seems to be healing just fine except for a few spots in the red. There are a few small, raised areas within the red shading. They are not itchy or causing any pain, but they’re definitely noticeable. This is concerning as I do not know what they are/ why they are there??

Any advice or similar experiences? Is this something I should be concerned about? My artists wants to wait it out another week and see if they go away.. Im kinda freaking out..

I have pics but figure out how to post..I could also use some help with that ha…

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#156515
Call_me_Lola
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    @call_me_lola

Your link isn’t working. But, some people have allergy issues with some brands of red ink. If it is a mild allergy it may just take longer to heal. If it is a worse allergy the ink could be rejected by your body. If there isn’t any itch, pain, swelling, oozing etc. then give it some time.


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#156516
Dan
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    @dan

yep ! red ink can be troublesome,red ink does not heal on me as fast as the other colors do either.


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#146647
Sam-I-Am
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    @sam-i-am

Red ink is tough sometimes. It’s a slow heal, but usually comes out okay.

Give it a few month’s. Keep us posted.


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#142723
jerryatrophy
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    @jerryatrophy

Im still having problems in a red patch from back on halloween. Still having trouble with it. Raised irritated, it gets ashy and is super sensitive. It was fusion ink dont know the actual shade. I just keep my fingers crossed every time i get red now.

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