Now, you have your fresh new tattoo, and you want to take good care of it! From this point on, your artist is not responsible for any infection or problems you may have with your tattoo if you do not take proper care of it. It is very important that you follow guidelines, A really beautiful tattoo cab turn into a disaster if the proper aftercare is not taken.

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WASH AND TREAT

After you remove the bandage, you will want to wash your tattoo. Use lukewarm water and mild, liquid antibacterial or antimicrobial soup ( Dial Gold antibacterial is out recommendation) to gently wash away any ointment, blood and plasma and to completely clean to area. Do not use washcloth or anything abrasive. Your hand is your best tool in this case. (If your tattoo feels slimy and slippery, you have probably been oozing plasma. Try to gently remove as much as this possible- when plasma dries on the skin surface, it creates scabs.)

LEAvE BANDAGE ALONE!

Your artist took the care to cover up your new tattoo for a very good reason to keep air-borne bacteria from invading your wound. Yes, as pretty as your new tattoo is, it still a wond. Open flesh is breeding ground for bacteria and infection. Leave the bandage on for a minimum of two hours. Excitement of having a new tattoo will make you want to remove the bandage so you can show your friends, but your friends will just have to wait until later!

Consulting

The client shall consult a health care practitioner at the first sign of infection or an allergic report and diagnosed infection, allergic reaction or adverse reaction resulting from the application of tattoo to the artist and department at 1-888-839-66796

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