How the immune system keeps tattoos permanent despite constant skin rejuvenation

A remarkable new study has provided a novel insight into why tattoo ink stays so permanently in a person’s skin. Instead of being a static process, it was found that cells in the dermis are constantly dying and passing on the tattoo pigment to new cells so an inked design seems stable. The discovery could lead to more effective tattoo removal techniques…
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