This new form of body art is taking the social media by storms and people everywhere are taking to it as the new in-thing in skin beautification; however health experts are calling for it to be stopped because of the higher health risks association with it. Some look simple enough, like someone applying a sticker to their skin to later show the symbol through the person’s tan or sunburn (again, nothing new).
Sunburn Art is popping up on Instagram and Twitter displaying detailed body art made with sunscreen. The most sensitive areas of the body, such as the face and the ears still require a stronger sunscreen, and since these are unusual locations for sunburn anyway, this should not interfere with the body art.
The secret is to turn the sunburn art into tanning art, so that this could be a fun summer experience, rather than an irresponsible act that might trigger devastating consequences along the line.
Doctors, obviously, are none to pleased about people getting intentionally sunburned – the Skin Cancer Foundation of America is reminding people that sunburns increase the risk of melanoma.
In the past few weeks social media has been flooded with images from the awesome Semicolon Project but there is now another tattoo trend taking the headlines, though not for good reasons!!
People across social media are posting images of their sunburn and the body art created with it accompanied by the hashtag #SunburnTattoo.

It goes without saying that purposely burning your skin is somewhat idiotic and not greatest of ideas. So for all you trendsetters with the vision of some awesome sunburn tattoos maybe have a re-think of your sun exposure plans and possibly even try a real tattoo instead!
You may have already seen this article and video on the first experiment of a 3D printing tattoo machine. Here is the story of Justin Spakowitz, who covered his face with tattoos when he was 19 years old and now, 10 years later, he has grown so sick of the discrimination he faces that he has decided to get rid of his face tattoos. A recent survey has suggested that a surprising number of people who get tattooed will experience some form of allergic reaction, be it pain, prolonged rashes, inflammation, itching and severe scabbing lasting months!
Now an ugly tattoo doesn't necessarily mean that it is done badly, it can simply mean the tattoo is of a subject that isn't all that great. Instead, follow the Skin Cancer Foundation’s advice and cover up with clothing, seek shade, apply sunscreen daily, wear a broad-brimmed hat and dawn ultraviolet (UV) blocking sunglasses. A sunburn tattoo is essentially an image created on the body by placing sunblock in a specific design or shape.

Medical professionals over at the US Skin Cancer Foundation have warned that the practice of sunburn tattoos will lead to only painful conclusions, i.e.
We can even help you get the design you want and it’s guaranteed to be sunburn free!!
The principle is simple: give a design to a machine, and let it tattoo it on the skin of the customer. People tend to associate face tattoos with dropouts, criminals, and someone who is either wasted or — enough to get a face tattoo. And Sarnoff explained that the cancer risk is cumulative – the risk goes up with each tan and sunburn a person sustain throughout their lifetime. Now as anyone with tattoos knows sunburn is enemy no.1 when it comes to your tattoo, so the name SunburnTattoo is perhaps a little off.

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