Foot tattoos are becoming increasingly popular among tattoo aficionados. A number of factors should be taken into consideration before embarking on a trip to the tattoo artist. Foot tattoos tend to be more painful than on other areas since work is done over the bone and not on a fleshy part of the body. There is also a greater risk of ink migration, which blurs the design over time. There is also the issue of proper healing and infection and infection avoidance. A fresh tattoo should not rub against clothing during the healing process, which can take up to three weeks. That means shoes and socks are not an option. In general, tattooing the foot is not the healthiest idea for expressing creativity.
Foot aches and pains come from many sources- infections, structural problems, too much physical exertion, improper shoes, muscular imbalances, disease, neglect, trauma, and heredity. Don't let foot problems ruin your good times - treat your feet with the respect they deserve. If your feet are cramping your lifestyle, professional care is in order. For comprehensive foot care for everyone in your family, we welcome your call.
HINT: It is not advisable for diabetics to have their feet tattooes as it can affect blood circulation.
As seen in the Surprise, Sun City and Sun City West Independent Newspaper.