Allergic Reactions Ebook

Allergic To Everything

Allergic To Everything

The human body And Todays chemical infested world. Here is a news flash You are not allergic to pollen, pet dander, or whatever it is that makes your body revolt Rather, your body just can not handle that one thing, what ever it is, anymore, due to the massive barrage of toxic chemicals you and everyone else are ingesting every single day.

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Allergy Relief

This easy-to-read guide contains every piece of information you will EVER need to beat allergy, and get the relief from allergic reactions that you have always needed. Sniffing, itching, and watery eyes are NOT a natural part of life, and they ARE something that you can get rid of! Don't sit around feeling miserable and wishing you were feeling better when there are solutions to your problems! You don't have to pay HUGE amounts of money to a doctor for expensive medicines when this book can give you the tools to get rid of allergy symptoms once and for all. We are so sure that it will help you that we give a 60 day money-back guarantee if it doesn't help you. That's how sure we are that your symptoms will be GONE. Breathe easy; help is on the way! Order now to get the relief of allergy symptoms you deserve.

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Tattoo Aftercare and the Healing process

Oil based products like A+D ointment are zero oxygen barriers. What this means in that lack of oxygen will stop the healing process. Hepatitis can live for a few days on a dirty surface, and once exposed to the air, HIV can only live for seven seconds. In a zero oxygen environment HIV can live in A+D for more than six weeks, and Hep can live indefinitely. So if you get Hep in a jar of vasoline it can still infect you ten years later. Here is some food for thought, A+D is a chemical designed for diaper rash. For diaper rash it's the number one product out there, but for a tattoo it causes more than a thousand cases of staff infection per year, and one in every ten will have an allergic reaction form use on a tattoo. As a matter of fact it says right on the tube to not use this product on open wounds. A+D is made from lanolin, which is boiled sheep wool and non-sterile, non-medical grade petroleum. I don't want that in my open wound.

Is It Ok To Mix Baby Oil With Tattoo

Are the same principal but not as harsh. Among vegetable dyes they also used chemicals like metal salts. A few companies just recently stopped this practice. Oddly enough, tattoo pigments are not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration, so really they can get away with anything they want to. Some of the blacks use to be made from iron oxide, but are mostly still based on soot and carbon. Most companies now use Logwood this is a heartwood extract from a tree found in Central America and the West Indies. Yellow use to be made from Iron ferric oxides (rust) and when it's dehydrated will turned red. Orange was made from Disazodiarylid, and flesh tone was Iron Oxide mixed with Clay, the same procedure was used for brown, only more rust. Green was made from a Chromium Oxide called Casalis, and blue from a combination of copper carbonate, calcium copper silicate and cobalt, which is a highly poisonous metal. Sounds nice huh Surprisingly there are some companies that still use chemicals...

Pattern Application

Pen, throw it away when you are done. A pen will soak up bacteria and disease just as much as anything, if it's felt tip then even faster. Be careful what kind of pen you use. Some artist like using felt markers or ball point pens. If the tattoo is lighter sometimes they can show through and many types of pens can be toxic and cause an allergic reaction. They make special kinds of pens for this called a skin scribe or surgical scrip. The ink they use is the same thing the carbon in the pattern will be made from. These scribes get expensive compared to the price of a ball point, but again you can only use them once. When doing custom work or adding to an existing tattoo you never want to use black. If you use black you will not be able to tell which is tattoo and which is pen. I recommend a light color like purple, red, or green. Free hand work does not mean take up the machine and go. When someone says free hand tattoo that means the artist drew the pattern on the skin without a...