iSciencewith Song Li, a former Georgia Tech postdoctoral fellow, as co-author.
Various cosmetic products using micro-needles are already on the market, mainly for anti-aging purposes, but the development of micro-needle technology for tattoos is new. Prausnitz, a veteran in this field, has for years studied microneedle patches to painlessly deliver drugs and vaccines to the skin without the need for hypodermic needles.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Lily., et al. (2022) Tattoos by micro-needle patches. iScience. doi.org/10.1016/j.isci.2022.105014.