How Tattoos Are Altered by Stretch Marks

If you are thinking about getting a tattoo, but worried about the effect stretch marks may have on it, there is some important information to consider.

The first is to which degree will an existing stretch mark have on a new tattoo. The second consideration is how to plan around future stretch marks when getting tattoos on stretch mark prone areas of the body. The third is how to eliminate existing stretch marks and prevent the onset of future ones in order to not worry over them from the beginning.

Existing stretch marks vary in their effect of an end result of a tattoo. The two factors that determine the degree to which it will influence it are the size and the age of the stretch marks. How do these stretch marks get their size? They result from a rapid stretching of the skin usually following rapid fluctuations in weight from pregnancy, muscle building, or rapid gain or loss of fat. Severe pulling forces on the skin will overcome the dermis’ elasticity. When the elastin of the skin is broken, these unsightly lines appear. The amount of elastin torn in the process will determine its ultimate size.

At first the lines will have a reddish or purple tint, and afterwards gradually fade to a lighter range. Tattoos will most likely be able to cover up tattoos with light and shallow appearances. The deeper and darker stretch marks are those that one should be very cautious of when deciding upon a tattoo. The ink could look and spread differently throughout the area of a larger stretch mark which results in an inconsistent looking tattoo.

Then there is the foresight of not getting tattoos where future stretch marks might appear. In certain cases, stretch marks running through a tattoo can break the alignment of the tattoo, causing the image to look distorted. Common areas for stretch marks are the abdomen, arms, lower back, breasts, and thighs. For instance, it is a good option avoiding the stomach area if you are planning on getting pregnant. In any case, new stretch marks can easily affect existing tattoos, therefore consideration as to where they are placed should be a key factor in the decision process. The other way around this is to use skin care products that are proven to prevent the onset of stretch marks.

BIO BODY CREAM is a product of the BIOCUTIS skin care line that is specially designed to eliminate existing stretch marks and protect against the conditions that allow future ones to appear. It is made of only natural ingredients with one being a naturally occurring biological skin serum produced by snails that has highly effective regenerative properties. As snails travel on nude skin over all of Earth’s elements fully exposed to the sun, they are needing to constantly emit a skin serum to maintain their skin’s health and their own survival. Since their skin is made of largely elastin and collagen like ours is, its regenerative properties work with the same end result for us when we daily apply it. The serum’s ability to replenish skin back to healthy skin texture has been proven by scientists and MD’s from some of the most prestigious dermatology services in the world. The stretch mark removal cream BIO BODY CREAM permeates deep to strengthen the fragile skin where a stretch mark is located to regain the skin’s firmness, strength, suppleness, and elasticity. Additionally, it supports the immune system so that it does not over-react to skin stretching and inhibits the release of the biological irritants involved in the onset of stretch marks, and stimulates scar tissue removal within the dermis layer. As it can do this it eliminates both new and old stretch marks and prevents stretch marks. Learn more about how our product treats stretch marks at our informative websites today!