Tattoo After Care

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1. Remove bandage in a Clean bathroom after 2-3 hours.

Tattoos aftercare

The bandage may be left on overnight if it
feels comfortable and secure. so If the bandage is removed on the first night, the tattoo may stick to or stain
bed sheets. Maintain clean bedding throughout the healing process (about 2 weeks).

2. AFTER REMOVING THE bandage, tattoo aftercare washes the tattoo immediately with warm water and soap. Tattoos aftercare We recommend as a
plain Dial soap out of a pump bottle. No soap with fragrance moisture beads or scrubs.


Carefully remove bandage and tape.
Make a thin lather in your hand with soap and warm water. therefore
Gently clean tattoo using a circular motion, until all ointment, blood, and lymphatic fluid is removed.
Rinse the tattoo with plenty of water gently, and make sure the skin is really clean, dry it
using a towel or a clean paper towel maybe also be used to dab the tattoo dry.
Apply a really thin coat of ointment and make sure to no leave excess on the skin.
Do not pick or scratch your tattoo


wash your tattoo. NO washcloths, bath towels, bath sponges or loofahs
on a fresh tattoo.

4. Once the tattoo is dry apply AQUAPHOR healing ointment,

made by Eucerin. Apply a thin layer and
rub it in, then dab excess off with the palm of your hand, you can use a clean paper towel to remove the
excess of ointment from your hand and keep dab until all the excess of ointment is gone from your skin, so it’s kept
in mind that this is the more important the amount of ointment apply. Also, Use the Aquaphor for the first
2-3 days then switch to a regular FRAGRANCE-FREE lotion such as a Lubriderm, or any other fragrance-free brand.

5. Fresh tattoos sometimes “weep” during the first couple of days, meaning that plasma and ink form a
thin moist coating on the skin. This can be DABBED with a clean paper towel. Press the paper towel to
the skin and remove. Do not wipe the tattoo or be rough with it. Tattoos aftercare Do not panic when you see the colors of
the tattoo on the paper towel, or on your hands as you clean it. This is simply excess ink being sloughed
from the surface or the skin.

6. Once a day, in the shower,

is usually enough cleaning for any new tattoo by I recommend for the first
two days that you wash your tattoo 2 or 3 times a day. Consult your artist if you plan to do any strenuous
activity within the first ten days of having your tattoo. therefore Lotion may be applied to the tattoo as it dries out;
however, if your skin is extremely sensitive, the lotion may cause acne-like breakouts. This can be taken
care of by reducing the number of lotion applications per day.

7. Wear loose, preferably cotton clothing over the fresh tattoo. The tattoo need not be re-bandaged
except in certain, rare instances. A bra strap, tight waistband, sweaty gym shoe or itchy cotton sweater
can potentially create healing problems. Consult your tattoo artist for advice on what clothing to
wear/avoid. If you choose to re-bandage your tattoo after washing be sure that only sterile bandages are

8. After a few days, the tattoo will begin to form flaky scabs that will fall off on their own. DO NOT PICK
OR SCRATCH AT YOUR TATTOO. Keep it moisturized and the scabs will slough eventually. Once
again, they will be the color of the tattoo. It normally takes 2-4 weeks for a tattoo to completely heal. If
you have ANY questions about your healing, please contact one of our artists at 786.210.58.13. Please
do not consult your friends about healing issues, as everyone’s experience is unique. We are more than
happy to help with any concerns you might have.

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