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Due to these changes in the skin, prone to bleeding, eczema, fungi and infections, susceptible to allergic reactions should be very careful about the applications to be done on the skin. Pregnancy is a very sensitive period in terms of mental and physical sense. The issue should be addressed in terms of temporary, permanent tattoo and permanent make-up (micropigmentation) applications.Permanent forging; It occurs when a dye that cannot be completely destroyed by the skin is processed up to the lower skin layers by a special technique. Thanks to the machine used to reach the lower skin, small holes and crevices are opened to the body with the needle device entering and exiting at high speed. These holes and slits are injected with the dyeing machine by machine. Soot is generally used as a dye. It can also be used with indigo, antimony powder, roasted bone powder, various plant extracts, saffron and henna. A small amount of blood emerges from the place where the needle strokes are made. This prepares the ground for blood-borne diseases. Hepatitis B and C and AIDS, herpes, tetanus are some of them. This risk exists not only for pregnant women but for all. However, there are some systemic changes in pregnant women due to increased pregnancy hormones and some complications may be seen more frequently. In particular, pain and bleeding, local infections of the skin and allergic reactions to the dye used are more common. Various skin diseases such as sarcoid, keloid, psoriasis, sensitivity to light and even benign or malignant tumor formation may develop very rarely in tattooed places. There are studies that the dyes used contain carcinogenic aromatic amines. It is also known that some dyes can cause genetic mutations and congenital abnormalities in the womb. For this reason; Permanent tattooing during pregnancy is not recommended.Temporary tattoos (henna-henna) However, depending on the type of henna used may cause health problems. In particular, the use of black henna in pregnancy is risky and inconvenient; The content of para - phenylendiamine (PPD) substance can cause serious permanent skin reactions and allergies in pregnant women. Although henna is known to have no teratogenic effect on the baby during pregnancy, it is still recommended to be used with caution.Permanent make-up (micropigmentation); It is a painless medical application that can be applied with local anesthesia based on the application of completely antiallergic dyes obtained from plants and soil under the epidermis, taking care not to bleed during application. It is suitable only in health institutions. The process is similar to the process of forging. Therefore, it involves similar risks, such as infection and skin reactions, especially if it is not applied under sterile conditions and in proper and reliable centers. Although it is known that the dyes used are not harmful to health, it should be remembered that any paint absorbed from the skin can cause various complications, from allergies to poisoning. This risk should never be taken during pregnancy… In addition, it can be said that it is not appropriate to make such permanent decisions because of some psychological changes during pregnancy.