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Vamoose Tattoo Removal – 23 Photos & 41 Reviews – Tattoo …05.24.18


Excellent service & staff.The office is very nice, services are priced well. Sessions are very quick and efficient.

Reasonably priced. Great service. Clean facility. Good electronic communication and quality work. Parking is a little tough but would otherwise recommend.

I’ve had one laser treatment at Vamoose so far and will absolutely return for more until I’ve achieved my removal goals. The office is clean and welcoming with very reasonable prices considering the quality work being done here. My unwanted tattoo is large and requires a longer treatment time but Monika was more than willing to engage me in pleasant small talk to help distract me from the laser. By the time I left, I was already looking forward to coming back!

I switched to Vamoose after not enjoying previous experiences at a spa offering laser removal services, and I’m so glad I did. The staff are really nice/personable and the laser session was relatively painless all things considered. I highly recommend.

I’m on my 6th session at Vamoose. I highly recommended this place. I’m so happy I chose here rather than another. The owner is very knowledgeable and clearly knows what she is doing. Price is great. My tattoo is smaller is size, so it takes no time at all and very painless! Trust the process. It will take a time, but it is extremely important to get it removed the right way. Thanks Vamoose!

What a pleasant first experience! Everyone was very nice explained every step in detail so there where no surprises. Extremely affordable I am having two tattoos removed at the same time. Lets talk about pain and what to expect; please keep in mind I have six total tattoos one branding. I have a high tolerance for pain. The first one on my breast was not so bad, the one on my back on my spine hurt the most I cried! But once I am free these horrible tattoos the pain will be a distant memory. I was moving at a slower pace as suggested but the next day I was back up and running. Kept the A+D Ointment on healed up nicely in three days. I can tell a difference in color on my breast but I have a long way to go there will be some scaring but I am ok with that. I am looking forward to my next visit. If you need a tattoo removed this is the company to help you do it.

Booking: It is really easy to set up consult / session and they send you text reminders. I always get a follow-up call after the session to see how the healing is going. About me: I’m a darker skin African American some lasers such as picosure don’t work well due to the high risk of hypo pigmentation and scarring. I’ve had a couple sessions here and another laser removal place and I’ve had great results at both places. What I love about Vamoose is that uses ND-Yag laser which works well with many skin types. About the session: It does take 30-35 minutes for my sessions since I have a large tattoo being and a small wrist tattoo. It feels like a rubber band snapping over and over.They have a nice cooling machine that they use with the laser that helps ease the pain. Monika (the technician) does a great job keeping you relaxed during the session. They give you ice packs after the session which helps the swelling. I pay over 200+ each session. In summary: I highly recommend getting laser vs getting a tattoo cover up. I got a cover up and started laser not too long after. I wish I would have done laser vs cover up. Some may argue for the cost of 8-10 sessions you could get a cover up. I say, why not get the piece you really want instead of settling for a bigger and not so ideal cover up piece. I haven’t been here in a while because it’s not super close to where I live. I will certainly be back if I can’t get in to my other laser place. Many thumbs up!

So, I’ve been coming to Vamoose for some time now (6 treatments) to be exact and have seen very little progress? Maybe a shade and a half lighter. I’ve consulted another doctor and he’s not too sure what is going on with Vamoose but with the amount of treatments I’ve had so far at Vamoose he said there should’ve been a huge change at least by the 4th treatment? I think it’s time to end treatment here… Friendly staff and very clean place though! I’ve already had 1 treatment with the other location and boy what a difference!!!

Talk about honesty. And kindness. I was so concerned I would be entering a hard sell environment given the fact that I made a appointment for a consultation. WOW was I wrong! Within five minutes of speaking with my consultant, Monica, it became clear to me that my tattoo wasn’t in need of removal but in need of some extra TLC from a talented artist. She sent me on my way with a hug and a smile. Highly recommend. And as a bonus, they have malted milk balls in the waiting room.

First, the staff is super friendly and the space is nice and calming. I was pretty nervous and not sure what to expect, but I felt at ease there once I went in for the consultation. I loved that I was able to book the appointment online and come in the same day! I called another place and they wanted to schedule me 2 weeks out smh. I was so glad to get this process started since I had been delaying it for years.I have a relatively small tattoo so the pain wasn’t that bad. Monika is amazing! She cooled the area before and during the process and there was some discomfort after but it wasn’t that bad at all. It’s been six days since my first treatment and the area is sore to the touch but not unbearably so.The price was OK and since there’s 6 weeks in between treatments I don’t feel like I’m paying an extreme amount. Overall I really liked the staff, the atmosphere, the convenience of scheduling my appointment…Oh and I got a follow up call from Monika the next day. She wanted to make sure everything was alright and gave me some care tips. I thought that was really nice. Looking forward to finishing the process!

Monica at Vamoose Bucktown is awesome. Tattoo removal is never a fun or easy process but Vamoose tries to make it as comfortable as possible. Appointment scheduling is super easy and they send you text reminders of your appointments. The Bucktown location is easily accessible from Damen Ave and free street parking is abundant. The facility itself is super clean but with a trendy decorative flair. They have this cooling device that helps with the pain of laser…my small tattoo takes about 30 seconds to treat so the pain isn’t a huge deal but it’s nice to have that extra relief measure. Monica started me off with a lower level on the laser to see how my tattoo and skin reacted…I barely noticed any difference and I had no issues with post-treatment scabbing/bleeding. As we’ve upped the intensity, the results are pretty impressive! I only have a few more treatments (after a long 2 year process with a ridiculously stubborn tattoo) but it’s been worth the time and money. Thank you Vamoose and Monica for guiding me through this process!

I rarely write yelp reviews but this one is well-deserved!! I went in today for my first session and was really impressed!! I highly reccomend Vamoose. The staff is super awesome, friendly and helpful!!! I have a palm-sized tattoo on my back- I’d say the procedure took less than two minutes and wasn’t very painful!! I’ve seen reviews on various sites saying that it’s a painful process, but in my opnion if you sat through an entire tattoo you can sit for two minutes(depending on how large your tattoo is). If you’re still not sure, go in for a consultation!

Great place and great prices! I’d been going to an expensive dermatologist for my removal and felt like I was being overcharged and wasn’t seeing enough of a change. I was totally amazed at the great price, very friendly people and significantly less pain during the procedure. They user a cooling spray that really helps. Recommended!

Not being able to sleep ever, I was aimlessly browsing Facebook at 3 AM a couple nights ago and came across Vamoose Tattoo Removal. I have a monster of a tattoo on my back that my 18 year old self did not think through very well and I have wanted to do something with it for years now. I had gone to a dermatologist’s office that offered tattoo removal and had some sort of treatment done, but it was very similar to burning my skin, which lead me to other tattoo artists to talk about a cover up. Did I mention, it is a MONSTER of a tattoo with very thick, dark lines. Enter discouragement! That is until my insomnia lead me to Vamoose Tattoo Removal. I honestly went in today with very little hope of good news, but I was delightfully surprised. Today I met Katherine, Monika, and the doctor (Bennett, maybe? Seriously, he told me his name, sat and talked with me for a while to address my concerns and even spoke with me after so I should remember his name, but I had already spent some time with Monika and I was just too freaking excited to remember..oops) and they were all fantastic. I think I spent more time asking questions than the actual procedure took. My tattoo is like 11 square inches with a whole lot of black, which hurts the worst when it comes to removal, as I found out today. The pain was real, but certainly tolerable. The cooling system they use during the whole treatment period is a God send and the ice packs they give you after are like little angel wings. They are very honest and friendly. I couldn’t be happier with my experience and thank goodness because it makes it way easier to look forward to going back in 6 weeks for round 2! If only I could write a note to my 18 year old self…

I was thoroughly impressed from start to finish. I performed a session of tattoo removal the same day as the consultation. I was provided with a wealth of information and treated with exemplary customer service. They are fairly priced and unbelievably helpful through out the entire removal process. I would highly recommend Vamoose to anyone seeking tattoo removal!

Luck.I’m usually very short on time before work, I was hurrying to work from a shopping trip on North Ave when I came face to face with “VAMOOSE”. After looking them up and considering a couple other options, I decided this was my go-to.I walked in yesterday and was estimated for two palm sized tattoos on my ribs, great price, and 6-12 sessions every 6 weeks. Great. 🙂 I didn’t have enough time to stay in so I came back today.Slight pain, but what can you expect. Once I saw the laser, I got scared, very scared. The jolly ranchers helped, Monika helped, she walked through everything with such patience. I was in and out in no time. And an hour later, I feel the minimalist pain. I am more than happy to have found them.Thanks ladies 🙂

Just had my fifth session and thought it was time to write a review. Every time I’ve been I’ve gotten right in to get zapped, and right out. Rarely takes longer than 15 minutes (though my tattoo is small). Moreover, they do a great job of reminding you about appointments, and following up with you. This is especially important to me as I am absent minded and with 6 weeks between treatments its unlikely i would ever get this thing off. I just went a year between sessions (I cancelled an appointment, had financial and scheduling issues after and couldn’t reschedule), and they checked in periodically, like I asked them to, and were never pushy. When they called a few weeks ago I had completely forgotten about it but was happy to get back on schedule. Hoping to say goodbye to the last of the tattoo this year. tl;dr-Great service, Great price, Great product.

Monica is amazing!!! 4 visits so far and I am seeing great results. I highly recommend giving it a try. I was putting it off for years out of fear but it honestly it’s bad at all. It you can get a tattoo the removal will be a breeze.

They did such a good job. Didn’t hurt at all. They were so honest!! I will go back again! I know I will be safely and effectively treated! I know this is going to be a long process, but I am completely confident that Monika will remove this tattoo! Thank you!

I had my first session a few weeks ago. The whole process was very efficient. They had a very in-depth interview and handled the removal process the same day. Great service, excellent people.

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Tattoo | body decoration | Britannica.com05.23.18

Tattoo, permanent mark or design made on the body by the introduction of pigment through ruptures in the skin. Sometimes the term is also loosely applied to the inducement of scars (cicatrization). Tattooing proper has been practiced in most parts of the world, though it is rare among populations with the darkest skin colour and absent from most of China (at least in recent centuries). Tattooed designs are thought by various peoples to provide magical protection against sickness or misfortune, or they serve to identify the wearers rank, status, or membership in a group. Decoration is perhaps the most common motive for tattooing.

If certain marks on the skin of the Iceman, a mummified human body dating from about 3300 bce, are tattoos, then they represent the earliest known evidence of the practice. Tattoos have also been found on Egyptian and Nubian mummies dating from approximately 2000 bce. Their use is mentioned by Classical authors in relation to the Thracians, Greeks, Gauls, ancient Germans, and ancient Britons. The Romans tattooed criminals and slaves. After the advent of Christianity, tattooing was forbidden in Europe, but it persisted in the Middle East and in other parts of the world.

In the Americas, many Indians customarily tattooed the body or the face or both. The usual technique was simple pricking, but some California tribes introduced colour into scratches, and many tribes of the Arctic and Subarctic, most Eskimos (Inuit), and some peoples of eastern Siberia made needle punctures through which a thread coated with pigment (usually soot) was drawn underneath the skin. In Polynesia, Micronesia, and parts of Malaysia, pigment was pricked into the skin by tapping on an implement shaped like a miniature rake. In moko, a type of Maori tattooing from New Zealand, shallow coloured grooves in complex curvilinear designs were produced on the face by striking a miniature bone adze into the skin. In Japan, needles set in a wooden handle are used to tattoo very elaborate multicoloured designs, in many cases covering much of the body. Burmese tattooing is done with a brass penlike implement with a slit point and a weight on the upper end. Sometimes pigment is rubbed into knife slashes (e.g., in Tunisia and among the Ainu of Japan and the Igbo of Nigeria), or the skin is punctured with thorns (Pima Indians of Arizona and Senoi of Malaya).

Tattooing was rediscovered by Europeans when the age of exploration brought them into contact with American Indians and Polynesians. The word tattoo itself was introduced into English and other European languages from Tahiti, where it was first recorded by James Cooks expedition in 1769. Tattooed Indians and Polynesiansand, later, Europeans tattooed abroadattracted much interest at exhibits, fairs, and circuses in Europe and the United States in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Stimulated by Polynesian and Japanese examples, tattooing parlours, where specialized professors applied designs on European and American sailors, sprang up in port cities all over the world. The first electric tattooing implement was patented in the United States in 1891. The United States became a centre of influence in tattoo designs, especially with the spread of U.S. tattooers pattern sheets. The nautical, military, patriotic, romantic, and religious motifs are now similar in style and subject matter throughout the world; characteristic national styles of the early 20th century have generally disappeared.

In the 19th century, released U.S. convicts and British army deserters were identified by tattoos, and later the inmates of Siberian prisons and Nazi concentration camps were similarly marked. During the late 19th century, tattooing had a short vogue among both sexes in the English upper classes. Members of gangs frequently have identified themselves with a tattooed design. Tattooing has declined in many non-Western cultures, but European, American, and Japanese tattooing underwent a renewal of interest in the 1990s. Tattooing of both men and women became fashionable, along with a revival of body piercing.

There are sometimes religious objections to the practice (You shall not make any cuttings in your flesh on account of the dead or tattoo any marks upon you [Leviticus 19:28]). The health risks of tattooing include allergic reaction to pigments and, when tattoos are applied under less-than-sterile conditions, the spread of viral infections such as hepatitis and HIV.

Methods of tattoo removal include dermabrasion, skin grafts or plastic surgery, and laser surgery. All such methods may leave scars. In the early 2000s a group of scientists developed inks made from nontoxic pigments that could be contained within nano-beads. These nano-beads, implanted in the skin using traditional tattooing methods, created a permanent tattoo if left alone. The tattoo was removable, however, by means of a single laser treatment that would rupture the nano-beads; the inks thus released were absorbed into the body, and the laser treatment itself left no scar.

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Four Parts:Preparing to Become a TattooistAcquiring an ApprenticeshipSucceeding in Your ApprenticeshipTattooingCommunity Q&A

A tattoo is a kind of body modification where ink is inserted into a sub-layer of your skin to stain it permanently in an artistic fashion or design. These days, most tattooing takes place in tattoo parlors, where a professional artist uses modern sterilization equipment and specialized machines to safely apply your chosen design permanently to your body. As this process is difficult to reverse, tattooists are generally required to have rigorous training and licensing before working on clients.[1]

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Build your portfolio. You will need to prove your artistic worth before another tattoo artist is willing to invest time in you as an apprentice. Your designs should be similar to common tattoo art, as well as anything that shows off skillful composition and coloring talent.



Get a tattoo yourself. This will give you first hand experience as to the procedure, atmosphere, and techniques from other tattooists. Also, having a tattoo of your own will show your clients that you can empathize with the experience, which will help put them at ease..

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Get your apprenticeship agreement in writing. This will normally come in the form of a contract from the tattooist under which you will apprentice. This will establish the expectations of you as apprentice and the tattooist as the master artist. Read over the terms of this contract carefully and, if you are able, have a lawyer check it as well.


Understand your initial responsibilities. Though you will someday, with enough practice and dedication, be a master tattooist in your own regard, during your apprenticeship, the beginning especially, you will mostly be doing menial tasks in the tattoo shop. You will also be expected to watch carefully as the artist works.

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Observe hygienic measures. You must wash your hands thoroughly to prevent infection in addition to the surgical gloves you will wear while performing the tattooing. The areas of skin you are tattooing must also be kept scrupulously clean.



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Be patient. This will be the final stage of your apprenticeship. The tattoo artist you are apprenticing under will only approve you to start work when she is certain you are ready and fully trained in all aspects of the art.


Obey hygienic procedure. This includes both washing your hands and putting on surgical gloves. Make sure that your work space is clean and well maintained, as this will make your clientele more comfortable.


Use the autoclave on all necessary equipment. An autoclave is a machine used to sterilize equipment. You should sterilize your equipment in plain view of your client. Think about explaining this process so your client understands you are taking health and hygiene into consideration every step of the way.



Apply your tattoo guide. Prior to the actual tattooing, you will transfer a stencil of drawing onto your clients skin to serve as a guide and help prevent mistakes. Keep the skin taut while doing this so the image is applied to the contours of the skin naturally.




Overlap the lines of your design. Now that you’ve tattooed the outside and inside boundary of your outline, you can apply ink to overlap the two to make sure there are no gaps in the design.


Apply the final touches. The tattoo is now finished and fully applied, but you will still need to clean the area one more time before bandaging it. Now your client’s ready to head home.

Should the skin be shaved before it is tattooed?


Yes, you must shave any area before tattooing, even if the hair is very fine, blonde, and invisible.

Do I shave the back of the for tattooing a woman?

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You don’t need to, but it helps and stops the brushes from painfully pulling out the hair.

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My boyfriend got his ears pierced and I got a tattoo here. The piercers were efficient, friendly, and clean! Leidi was one of them and I didn’t catch the other girl’s name. I got my tattoo done by Jude and they were excellent accommodating me. They drew up a version of an image I brought in and their style fit me perfectly. I am so happy with how it turned out! The Saniderm they had is also awesome and I wish I had it for my other tattoos I have had done in be past. I would definitely recommend coming here for piercings or tattoos!!

Worked with John on my latest tattoo. Very professional and works to make your idea a reality. I had him do a Steampunk Owl, he had a good design idea for it and made it look great.

Kristie did my tattoo and I absolutely love it. She put her own spin on it and of course being a cat lady too she enjoyed doing the artwork. I plan on going back for more!

Got tattooed by Shayla. So hot, her art is awesome too! Pretty stoked to get back into her bed and get poked!

Very unwelcoming. Came into get a little tattoo and he brushed me off because it wouldn’t make him enough money I guess. Went somewhere else for that because he seemed like a real jerk. But got a dermal piercing removed before asking about the tattoo. The piercer was amazing! I was nervous because they were in my cheeks , but it was soPainless

This is a review for Ryan he’s the guy that’s going to poke you with a needle. Very professional. He’s going to ease you into your piercing session. Place is clean! They have a lot of street cred…why I chose to go here…I’m just here to solidify that!Also great selection of metal 😉

Went in to get my nipples done and was SUPER nervous. Leydi made me feel super comfortable and did an amazing job. It was super clean. Will definitely be recommending this place to friends!

Greatness…Wifey and I got fresh ink by Dan…I saw his work online and reached out to Dan, I sent him a few pics for reference & he killed it!!!We are both very pleased with his work, he exceeded our expectations…looking forward to collaborating with him on future pieces…The shop is clean and staff very professional…Highly recommend…

I have actually been to Skin Art a few times over the past decade. Each iteration I received incredibly friendly service, but my experience today takes the cake. I cannot speak highly enough of Ryan’s (body mod/piercing artist) expertise, professionalism, skill, patience, and artistry. He was confident, knowledgable, and answered all of my questions succinctly and thoroughly all while being incredibly friendly and not the least bit impatient about my pre-piercing nerves.The rest of the staff, while I had very limited dealings with them, were very friendly, and the shop was clean. The atmosphere of the shop is, generally speaking, very comfortable and professional.

I got my daith pierced by Ryan 2 days ago (this was my first inner ear piercing). He was professional and walked me through the process and piercing was over before I knew it. The shop was clean and I was greeted as soon as entered. Good place I will go back for my cartilage.

Was guided to this store by its sister shop, legacy arts tattoo’s. I was getting my first tattoo as well as my gf and her sister. The new tattoo artist, Christie, was extremely patient and helped us walk through the process of getting our tattoo’s. She could not have done the tattoos’ any better, we were extremely happy with it. It was a great experience and will be coming back for more tattoo work.

I stopped in a few times, randomly, to swap out my belly piercing. The guys here are great and always willing to help.

I mainly get work done by the owner Richard Garcia, but every single artist at this shop is a special kind of talented! I am very blessed to have found a shop that is overall amazing! Come here you won’t regret it!!

I was looking for the best place to get my nose pierced and I decided upon this place. I am so glad that I did!! Ryan was the best in explaining the process. This was my second time I got my nose pierced. The first time I had it done the piercer was the worst in giving me after care instructions. Ryan was quick and it was a lot less painful than the last time that I got it done. He was very thorough and provided detailed aftercare instructions. Very Professional. I HIGHLY recommend Skin Art Gallery for piercings.

I went here to get pierced tonight and after a previous bad experience at another parlor, I was a little worried. But the piercer was fantastic and while getting a snug, I didn’t feel any pain, just a pinch and it was all over. I’m already set to get my industrial redone here.

I have wanted to get my daith pierced I called and asked if their piercer was in and spoke to Ryan that said come on in. I showed up and only had a 10 minute wait Ryan was great he did a fantastic job talked me through the whole thing which I appreciate. He pulled the instruments out of the sterilizer in front of me. I would recommend you see Ryan if you want a good painless piercing.

Let me begin by saying that I had neither a tat nor a piercing done here. I did however go in, in search of a new stud for my nostril piercing. While Skin Art had some gorgeous clickers that may have worked, they couldn’t sell any because they said the jewelry belonged to their piercer who was on vacation. Doesn’t seem like anyway to run a business but at least they were polite and referred me to their sister location, Legacy Tattoo in Carrollton. Please read my review for that experience.

Big Mike did a great job on my latest tattoo. Staff was friendly and the place is clean. What more can you ask for in a tattoo shop?Went there on a Saturday night thinking I would just get a price quote, which was very reasonable considering it took two hours of ink time for my job. I noticed a lot of walk-ins, but everyone was greeted nicely and those who wanted to get work done were seen within an hour at most.

Joe Tricomi did a great refresh to my old tattoo. He is the man. He takes his time and really takes pride in his work.

Everyone here is kind. They treat you with respect and help you develop your idea for a tattoo.

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I hope this video helps break a few of your stereotypes. I found that most Tattoo artists that I dealt with were very courteous professionals.

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The awesome piano music by “A Shell In The Pit” is called:”Explodeface, Destroyer of Worlds” It can be downloaded here.…The song at 2:30 is called “Poacher Shack”…

A huge thanks to Seejay and Leah at Timepiece Tattoo. They were open and welcoming to some random nerd who asked if he could hang out and film in their shop.Seejay and Leah Tattoo here

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I like following Leah on Instagram, she posts fresh tattoos almost daily, as well as her original sketches and artwork. (guy that did the macaroni tattoo) and the owner of the shop.

While you’re at it, I have an instagram account too. I like to post rockets and interesting observations I make. I reserve the right to post “proud Dad” pictures.

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Mr. Foster, Thanks for having the courage to address this subject in a comprehensive way. I don’t see why it should be controversial. The Bible is very clear on the matter. Clearer, for example than the biblical prohibition to not smoke and perhaps even why we should not keep Christmas–most claim to do it to honor Christ after all. What this “controversy” does show is the inherent human tendency to follow the latest trend. Our job as ministers and the church collectively is to not cower to the latest trend, but rather to clearly teach, as you did, the right way. We can also provide practical ideas to strengthen our young peoples’ (maybe even old people) resolve to not to just follow the latest “popular trend.” For example, I think that most young guys would understand why you would not spray paint graffiti on your Ferrari if you were lucky enough to own one. The human body, or the Temple of the Holy Spirit, to be more precise, is of much greater value than a Ferrari.Thanks again for speaking out on this. Your explaination was comprehensive, clear and most importantly based solidly on the Bible.

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Body tattoos show up very often in todays culture. Once, these body etchings were limited to sailors and gang members, but this counter cultural phenomenon is tempting many to have ink injected into their skin. Is it right for a Christian to put marks on his or her body? Would God want you to use your skin as a billboard for your current philosophy of life? What if you change your mind? Tattoos are often painful and expensive to remove. Can we discover any principles in the pages of the Bible? Christianity is a way of life. Christians practice what the Bible teaches, for it is written three times in scripture that man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God (Deuteronomy 8:3 Deuteronomy 8:3And he humbled you, and suffered you to hunger, and fed you with manna, which you knew not, neither did your fathers know; that he might make you know that man does not live by bread only, but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of the LORD does man live.American King James Version, Matthew 4:4 Matthew 4:4But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.American King James Version, and Luke 4:4 Luke 4:4And Jesus answered him, saying, It is written, That man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God.American King James Version). So, it is only natural that a Christian would study the Bible to see if it has anything to say on the matter of wearing tattoos. This guide will lead you to discover the Biblical principles that apply to tattooing onesbody.

People claim to get tattooed for various reasons: For membership in a gang or group, to be cool or even to show independence or rebellion. What other reasons, if any, do you know for acquiring atattoo?

LEVITICUS 19:28 You shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor tattoo any marks on you: I am the LORD.

COMMENT: Bible scholars recognize that the context of the above verse is that of ways to worship God. Just as members of certain gangs today wear an identifying tattoo specific to their gang, worshipers of certain gods had tattoos to identify what god they worshiped. Childrens transferable stickers or tattoos are not true tattoos as they wash off. Likewise the stamp that amusement parks often place on the hand to allow re-entry is not a violation of the commandment. The red dot that an Indian woman will place on her forehead when she marries (but removes should she become a widow) is not a tattoo. (However, any false religious significance given to the dot would violate the first of the Ten Commandments. The URL for the discussion guide on the First Commandment is .)

1. Some feel that by having a tattoo of a Christian symbol or slogan (e.g. a cross, Praise the Lord, John 3:16 John 3:16For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.American King James Version;) they honor God. Some say it reminds them of their commitment and making that commitment publicly known. What does the above verse teach us about using tattoos to worship or glorify the trueGod?

2. Do you think the principle of worship found in John 4:23-24 John 4:23-24 23 But the hour comes, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeks such to worship him. 24 God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.American King James Versionwould apply to wearing a religious tattoo? Why or whynot?

JEREMIAH 31:19 Surely, after my turning, I repented; And after I was instructed, I struck myself on the thigh; I was ashamed, yes, even humiliated, Because I bore the reproach of myyouth.

3. Some want to be in. Would you say wearing tattoos is a fad? Are all fads sensible? What criteria do you use to decide which ones tofollow?

4. Fashions change, so one day tattoos will be out of style. How long do tattoos remain on theskin?

5. When tattoos are no longer chic, how would one feel who has one? Do Jeremiahs words come close to describing thefeeling?

6. People change their minds about what is attractive. Have you ever changed your mind about a clothing style or hairstyle, and then made the change in wardrobe or hairstyle? How hard are tattoos to remove? How painful? Howcostly?

7. When should we allow the values (including fashions) of the world around us to determine our behavior? Before answering, read and consider James 4:4 James 4:4You adulterers and adulteresses, know you not that the friendship of the world is enmity with God? whoever therefore will be a friend of the world is the enemy of God.American King James Versionand 1 John 2:15-17 1 John 2:15-17 15 Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him. 16 For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world. 17 And the world passes away, and the lust thereof: but he that does the will of God stays for ever.American King James Version.

8. Which do you think is wiser: to do something that is permanent but will be popular for only a season, or to not adopt the popular, but passing,fad?

EXODUS 20:12 Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be long upon the land which the LORD your God is givingyou.

Another reason some teens get a tattoo is to rebel against their parents. One recent articlestated:

For college students anxious to rebel against their parents fashion sensibilities, getting a tattoo or piercing may be the modern-day equivalent of the 1960s-era fascination with long hair and love beads. (Piercings Are A Girls Best Friend? Body Art Study Shows Gender Preferences; Source: University of Florida, 2004-12-09, URL: )

9. What does God think of that attitudei.e. rebelling against onesparents?

10. What benefit is there to honoring ones parents? Why do you suppose thatis?

1 CORINTHIANS 6:19-20 Or do you not know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God, and you are not your own? For you were bought at a price; therefore glorify God in your body and in your spirit, which areGods.

1. To whom does your bodybelong?

2. How should we treat our bodies? Does a Christian have an obligation to God regarding caring for his flesh, or is a Christian free to decide what he will do to hisflesh?

3. If the body is the temple of God, what do you think of the analogy of a tattooed body being like a temple with graffiti on itswalls?

4. There is some evidence tattoos can have negative consequences on ones health*enough evidence for some states and local communities to have regulations for tattooing facilities, and enough evidence to raise concerns by the European Commission. Is taking unnecessary risks to our health showing proper care for the temple of the Holy Spirit? Why or whynot?

* Carolyn Chambers Clark, RN, EdD ( BellaOnlines Holistic Health Editor) lists among the most common adverse effects oftattoos:

1. Hypersensitivity to the red dye, cinnabar which contains mercury (a known braincontaminant).

2. Photosensitivity to the yellow pigment, cadmium (another toxicmetal).

3. Uptake of tattoo pigments by the lymph nodes has been documented, but the long-term effects areunknown.

4. Reports of transmission of syphilis and cutaneous tuberculosis haveoccurred.

5. Rare complications may include malignant malanomas, basal cell carcinomas, and granulomas at the designsite.

6. The most well-known infection from tattooing is hepatitis, which has been transmitted from tattoos. In one study, tattooing accounted for 41% of hepatitis Cinfections.

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1 CORINTHIANS 10:31 whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory ofGod.

1. In light of Leviticus 19:28 Leviticus 19:28You shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks on you: I am the LORD.American King James Version(quoted above), do you believe God is glorified by having atattoo?

2. Who should we try in all things toplease?

3. Instead of thinking negatively of what one cant do, think about how a person can apply this principle (doing all to Gods glory) positively. That is, what are some things a person could do to glorify God in ones: Appearance, Dress, Body andAttitude

1. What is the popular opinion among your peers regardingtattoos?

2. Characterize Gods point of view of tattoos based upon what youve learned from theBible.

3. If a friend asked you for advice concerning whether he or she ought to get a tattoo, what would yousay?

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Besides being an action God forbids, tattoos and body piercings have significant health risks. Puncturing the skin for either a tattoo or a piercing disrupts one of the largest organs of the body, the skin. Dirty needles and instruments can contain blood, body fluids and other materials that can lead to infection. Routine earlobe piercing is generally safe (and the Bible does mention earrings positively), but piercings in the upper ear or other body cartilage can cause physically deforming infections. Cartilage has no blood supply and therefore cannot fight infections (Tattoos and Piercings: Know the Dangers, Boeing Health Wellness Letter, April). One particular danger in getting tattoos and body piercings is the methicillin-resistant germ staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). A series of outbreaks of this drug-resistant bacteria occurred in individuals who visited unlicensed tattoo artists in Ohio and Kentucky in 2004 and 2005. All the affected individuals recovered after hospitalization, but MRSA can be fatal (Officials Say Some Tattoo Customers Developed Drug-Resistant Infections, Associated Press, June22).

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