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Why Does My Tattoo Have Bumps and How Do I Treat It?

Sometimes tattoos can develop small white bumps on them which can make them look bad. This can be caused by many different factors, most of them are fixable. Here are some common causes of spots or white bumps around an old or new tattoo so that you will take the proper steps to treat them […]

Why Are You Getting a Rash on Your Tattoo?

It is extremely exciting to get a new tattoo, isn’t it? As much as it is exciting, the concerns after you get it should not be overlooked. Some problems can come up during the healing process of the tattoo and one of them is getting a rash. Sometimes, redness appears and may take some time to go away but […]

What You Need to Know About Tattoos and Tanning

What happens during tattoo healing?Once your tattoo is done, a new protective layer of skin starts developing in that area. This is the time when you may see that the skin in the area starts to peel and flake. It may also look cloudy or blurry. How much time does the healing take? Usually, tattoos heal in about […]

How to Take Care of a Septum Piercing

Getting a new piercing is always a thrilling experience. A common piercing these days are the septum piercing. Basically, this involves making a cut in the cartilage wall that separates the two nostrils. Septum piercings need to be conducted with utmost care so it’s very important to consult with a professional in order to avoid […]

How to Take Care of a Lip Piercing

Lip piercings have become increasingly popular over the years. More and more people are getting into body modifications like your various lip piercings. What people may not know is that a typical lip piercing usually takes about 6 to 10 weeks to heal. If not properly taken care of, the lip piercing might develop prolonged swelling, redness, scabbing […]

How to Take Care of a Labret Piercing

A labret is a type of body jewelry inserted through the outside of the lip or cheek and ending inside the mouth. Professional piercers warn that you should expect bleeding, swelling, bruising and pain for about five days after getting the piercing. During this time, it is important to exercise proper piercing aftercare to prevent infections and any medical […]



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