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13 Deep Purple Starbrite

Discussion in 'Healing and Aftercare' started by lshults, Nov 23, 2016.

  1. lshults

    lshults New Member

    I am just wondering if anyone has ever has any kind of reaction to Starbrite 13 deep purple I recently got a tattoo with this color back in March and I had a severe reaction to it to where I had to have a skin graft to remove it I want to get another tattoo to cover the area where it was cut off but am now weary because I dont want another reaction I have lots of other tattoos and never had a problem so my question is or just curious if anyone else has had this issue
     
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    dnd4evr Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I moved your post to where I felt it would fit better and be more likely to catch the interests of our tattooed members.

    I have not had a reaction myself. Sensitivities can change over time and repeated exposure can cause some people to become allergic. If you haven't already, I would let the shop know about your problem. If they are reputable, they will likely not use that color and possibly brand again. No one wants a reputation for causing those kinds of problems for their customers. After all, your skin is their advertising.
     

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