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Tattoo care instructions

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Your tattoo was created under strict hygiene and professional conditions, employing cutting-edge sterilization techniques and the finest pigments available. Proper care is now in your hands to minimize the risk of infection or damage during the healing process.


Recommended Products:

  • Neutral soap

  • Aquaphor Advanced Therapy Neutral Moisturizing Cream


Aftercare Instructions:

  1. Initial Days:

    • A slight ink and liquid discharge is normal in the first 2 days.

    • Always wash your hands before direct contact with the tattoo.

    • Keep the tattoo covered for 1-2 days to safeguard against airborne bacteria.

    • Remove the synthetic bandage on the first or second day.

    • Avoid gym activities or contact sports until the inflammation subsides.

  2. Cleaning and Moisturizing:

    • Carefully remove the bandage; if stuck, wet it to avoid removing formed crust.

    • Clean the tattoo twice daily with lukewarm water and neutral or antiseptic soap.

    • Pat dry with a paper towel, avoiding rubbing.

    • Apply a thin layer of recommended cream 3-4 times a day for 15 days.

    • Avoid scratching or rubbing the tattoo; let scabs fall off naturally.

  3. Additional Care:

    • If on lower extremities, avoid standing for more than two consecutive hours.

    • Refrain from drugs or alcohol during the healing process.

    • Do not let the tattoo dry out; use moisturizing cream until fully healed.

    • Protect your tattoo from the sun with sunblock after healing.

  4. Healing Process (2-4 weeks):

    • Skin peeling is normal; refrain from scratching to prevent damage.

    • Expect temporary stinging, inflammation, and discomfort; subsides after 48 hours.

  5. What Not to Do:

    • Avoid Vaseline or petroleum derivatives.

    • Refrain from using high-concentration antibiotic creams.

    • Do not use alcohol or hydrogen peroxide.

    • Avoid sunbathing, immersing in bodies of water, and saunas.

    • Do not use excessive cream or inappropriate products.

    • Avoid applying colognes, makeup, or wet wipes on the tattoo.

  6. Emergency Contact:

    • Reach out if you experience sudden symptoms like excessive swelling, redness, or elevated skin temperature.

  7. General Tips:

    • Use clean, breathable bedding; change frequently.

    • Wear comfortable clothing for abdominal and lower back tattoos.

    • For foot tattoos, avoid tight footwear in the initial days.

    • If assistance is needed for cream application, ensure the person has washed their hands.

    • Clothes in contact with the tattoo should be breathable and clean.

    • Be cautious with animals to minimize infection risk.

  8. Cautionary Notes:

    • Avoid hot water directly on the tattoo.

    • Keep the initial bandage on for at least five hours; limit touching and let friends admire from a distance.

    • If any skin problems arise, consult a doctor.


Remember, the responsibility for tattoo care lies directly with the client, and following these steps ensures the best possible result.

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