Washington: Even temporary tattoos can cause some serious health problems, US health agency the Food and Drug Administration has warned.MedWatch, which oversees FDA`s safety information and adverse event reporting program, has received reports of negative and long-lasting reactions to temporary tattoos, CBS News reported."Just because a tattoo is temporary it doesn`t mean that it is risk free," said Dr. Linda Katz, director of FDA`s Office of Cosmetics and Colors, in a press release.Temporary tattoos are often made of henna, a reddish-brown coloring made from a flowering plant from subtropical regions of Africa and Asia. Unlike permanent tattoos that are injected into the skin, temporary tattoos rest on the skin`s surface.The practice of using dried henna to dye skin, hair, nails and other materials has existed since the Bronze Age.
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