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  • where is the 10k year evidence?.. last i heard the 'iceman' (oldest mummy found with 'artistic' tattoos) dates around 5500bce.. thats 7500 years ago, and from asia, but not japan. please elaborate, as i love history and particularly tattoo history.
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    • ED 105 Power Point Presentation Created by: Tina Hwang
      • Tattooing has been a Eurasian practice at least since Neolithic times.
      • Tattooing in Japan started from the Paleolithic Era, ten thousand years ago.
      • Tattooing in Western world has its origins in Polynesia, which discovered by eighteen century explorers.
      • Decorative and spiritual uses
      • Identification
      • Cosmetic
      • Medical
      • Tattooing involves the placement of pigment into the skin’s dermis, the layer of connective tissue underlying the epidermis.
    • Modern electric tattoo machine in use: here outfitted with a 5-needle setup, but number of needles depends on size and shading desired 2 coil tattoo machine: easy to lining and shading Home-made tattoos “stick and poke”
      • Recommend keeping a new tattoo wrapped for the first 24 hours
      • Others suggest removing temporary bandaging after 2 hours or less
      • Avoid too much contact with hot tub or pool water
      • Prevent the tattoo ink from washing out or fading due to over-hydration
      • Avoid infection from exposure to bacteria and chlorine
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      • Popular with models and children
      • No permanent alteration of the skin
      • Similar appearance that can last from a few days to several weeks
      • Tattooing may carry health risks, including infection and allergic reaction.
      • Infection that could be transmitted via the use of unsterilized tattoo equipment or contaminated ink.
      • Infections include infections of the skin, herpes simplex virus, tetanus, staph, fungal infections, tuberculosis, and HIV.
      • Modern western tattoo artists reduce such risks by following universal precautions, working with single-use items, and sterilizing their equipment after each use.
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tattoo
      • From Wikepedia, the free encyclopedia