• Corpus ID: 7903601

Allergies associated with body piercing and tattoos: a report of the Allergy Vigilance Network.

  title={Allergies associated with body piercing and tattoos: a report of the Allergy Vigilance Network.},
  author={Paul Jean Dron and Marie-Pierre Lafourcade and F. Leprince and Claude Nonotte-Varly and Xavier Van der Brempt and L Banoun and I Sullerot and C. This-Vaissette and L. Parisot and D Moneret-vautrin},
  journal={European annals of allergy and clinical immunology},
  volume={39 6},
Body piercing and tattooing are increasingly common. As well as the risk of infection and scarring, allergic reactions are also reported. This is the first multi-centre study to assess the frequency of consultations for allergy. Of the 138 allergologists who answered our two questionnaires, 7.9% reported allergic reactions associated with body piercing and 18.9% identified allergies associated with temporary henna-based tattoos. Contact eczema, rhinitis and urticaria were related to nickel… 
Chemical research on red pigments after adverse reactions to tattoo.
A study is performed on 12 samples of red tattoo ink obtained by patients affected by different cutaneous reactions in the site of tattoo, to analyze their chemical composition.
Health Risks Associated with Body Piercing and Tattooing: Lesson for the Adolescent
There are well reported health risks which was attributed to body piercing and tattooing which includes but not limited to Hepatitis or HIV, which can have more serious and long term health consequences.
Adolescent and Young Adult Tattooing, Piercing, and Scarification
This first clinical report from the American Academy of Pediatrics on voluntary body modification will review the methods used to perform the modifications and contrast them with nonsuicidal self-injury.
Antimicrobial efficacy of henna extracts.
Alcoholic and oily extracts showed pronounced antibacterial effects against the isolated bacteria in vitro but oily extracts had much similar MICs to those of antibiotics and there are significant difference between effect of both extracts and antibiotics p>0.050.
Ocular cosmetics in ancient times.
Analysis of FTIR spectra of Heena Green Leaves and Heena Brown Seeds both shows presence of various functional groups such as Acids – Carboxylic acids COOH; Alcohols Secondary CH–OH; Amides –CO–NH2.
Detection of picramic acid and picramate in henné products by NMR Spectroscopy
The method here reported, regards the analysis on the possible presence of picramic acid in the ethyl acetate extracts of commercial henné powders by NMR Spectroscopy, and the set of signals corresponding to hennosides can be used as markers of the utilisation of the correct raw material of henne.
Henna through the centuries: a quick HPTLC analysis proposal to check henna identity
Toxicity of the Aqueous and Ethanol Extracts of Ginger (Zingiber officinale L.) Rhizome and Henna (Lawsonia inermis L.) Leaves on Mosquitoes (Anopheles and Culex) Larvae
Investigation on natural products to determine and add any products potential as mosquito larvicides showed that, Culex larvae were more susceptible than Anopheles larvae towards all extracts, and the ethanol extract was more potent than the aqueous extract against mosquito’s larvae.
Gas Chromatography - Mass Spectroscopic analysis of Lawsonia inermis Leaves
Due to uniqueness of Lawsonia inermis leaf property in curing different ailments this part was selected for the study. Hence the present investigation was carried out to determine the possible