You might question some of the recommendations you may get before getting your new tattoo design but the last thing you want to do is have any issues with any of these directions since a brand new tattoo is usually open to acute wounds and also vulnerable to disease.
You need to be conscious of your brand-new tattoo, and keep it as being clear as possible to ensure that it heals as cleanly as is possible. It also means you reduce any possible diseases but more importantly it’s about getting the best tattoo design possible.
While the curing phases of a tattoo will likely be specific to each particular person, your tattoo healing process will adhere to a standard routine. The actual specifics of every single tattoo’s process of healing is mainly determined by the type of skin of the person, the location of the tattoo on the body and the type of tattoo you get. This will result in a deviation in the process of healing coming from person to person.
You’ll be provided tattoo aftercare guidelines from your tattoo artist which will vary from person to person. My recommendation for you is if in doubt about anything, go back to your tattoo artist before seeking the assistance of your doctor who may not have this type of experience. They will let you know what to do in case there are any issues during the tattoo healing process.
However, in the rare case your tattoo artist cannot help, they should recommend a medical doctor to you. If they don’t then you must ultimately make sure your health isn’t at risk. Here is your accountability.
More often than not medical professionals don’t know much regarding tattoos and will recommend pointless prescription drugs that may damage your tattoo’s recovery process. Some doctors may even end up being opinionated versus body art. For this reason, I would recommend that you just visit your tattoo artist first if you feel there are any issues with your tattoo healing properly. The tattoo artist that does this for a living should know the easiest method for a tattoo to properly heal. Now there are products like D-Lize Pro (adhesive bandages) that are put on over a thin layer of Aquatat, and left on 48 hours after the tattoo.
Before removing the covering, be sure to clean your hands thoroughly with soap and hot water, especially between the fingers, as well as under the nails. Next, dry your hands thoroughly with a clean paper towel. Avoid using any soft towels or bath towels which has lint which could negatively affect the skin when removing the covering.
It is very important that you don’t let a substantial amount of blood dry out on your covering, so it sticks. This way you eliminate your covering from not letting the tattoo bleed again.
However, if there was a substantial amount of dry blood on the covering here is what we suggest after removing the covering. Scrub your tattoo very softly and lightly together with H2Ocean’s Blue Green Foam Soap and water. Avoid using a wash cloth or your fingertips to clean your tattoo. Also don’t “stroke” but “pat” the tattoo. Next, when you are finished, terry the actual tattoo dried out using a paper towel and enjoy your beautiful new tattoo.