Aftercare Tips For Dermal Piercings

To some people, a dermal piercing is the ultimate sign of beauty. But there is more to a dermal piercing than most people imagine. In particular, after getting the piercing, you should take proper care of it so that it heals in a healthy manner. For instance, you should clean it properly, and deal with

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Aftercare Tips For Nape Piercings

So you are thinking of getting a nape piercing and you’re not quite sure what it is, or perhaps you’ve already gotten the piercing! If you’re in the former category, you’re going to want to listen up! A nape piercing is the piercing of the nape of the back – hence its name. As such

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Tattoos That Have Bumps Or Are Raised

Are you worried about your bumpy or raised tattoo? Well, it can be a bad experience if you constantly feel discomfort for your new or old tattoo. Regardless of the bumpy state of your tattoo, our Extreme Tattoo Care aftercare kit is essential for all healing stages. The kit is designed to clean your bumpy

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Best Way To Keep A Tattoo Hydrated

Is It Normal For A Tattoo To Scab?-

The Best Way To Keep A Tattoo Hydrated During the beginning phase of tattoo getting healed, most tattoos will scab. Usually this is over the course of 1 to 2 weeks. One of the common issues that comes up during this phase is when the tattoo gets dry and cracking starts happening. At this point

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Aftercare Tips For Rook Piercings

The rook is basically the area between the outer ear and the inner conch part of the ear. Piercing this area requires intense care and should also be done by an experienced specialist. There are a number of aftercare tips for rook piercings that you should put into consideration when you decide to get a

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What You Should Do If Your Tattoo Itches

itchy tattoo

Tattoos have become more and more popular to the point where it’s practically mainstream now. Getting a quality tattoo is a very intricate process which involves some excruciating pain. This is followed by the healing process and some people begin feeling itchy. The itchiness could last for several weeks and the discomfort further worsens because

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