Wed 29 July 2015, MailOnline

The chemistry of TATTOOS: Video reveals why the 3,000 puncture wounds endured per minute result in a permanent inking

By Jack Millner
A tattoo needle can puncture human skin at up to 3,000 times a minute The needle punctures the outside layer of skin and enters the dermis When the needle makes a hole microphage cells try to close the wound The cells engulf the ink to destroy it then get stuck...
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