Sep 08 2012

Creative Temporary Tattoo Aftercare Instructions – How to Care For New Tattoos

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Did you know that it is really only 3 key factors that you need to know about how to take care of a new tattoo? Whether it’s your first tattoo or your fiftieth, people have many points of view diverging on how long he must remain covered, when it must be washed and, where appropriate, creams, tattoos sticker must be used. But by attention to the simple following (even critical) stages, you will avoid tattoo infection and have a design that considers not only large, but it is healthy and vibrant in the years to come.After months of research on the designs and tattoo ideas, I recently had my first tattoo done to Kat Von D “LA Ink” studio (or High Voltage Tattoo, as it is officially named.) Although I was afraid at the outset that it can hurt and I wouldn’t like the experience, I actually did enjoy!However, I had heard conflicting ideas on how best to take care of a new tattoo, especially when it comes to hydration… Some people are in disagreement with the application of creams of tattooing as Tatt wax, Aquaphor, Bepanthen, Tattoo Goo, etc many believe that skin will be step breathe and heal properly because it can become more hydrated. Most of the tattoo but not recommended moisturizers (oil, unscented) to help the healing process and to stop the State of dryness, scaling or early detachment.All tattoo aftercare information I have been bombarded with, there seems to be 3 consistent factors that the professionals and amateurs of tattooing tattoo do agree on:(1) The most important – maintain your new CLEAN tattoo(2) Keep it protected from the Sun and water(3) Do not pick up or rub the State because it healsAfter receiving my new tattoo lower back Gemini I had no infection or problems, following the instructions of subsequent care simple tattoo and the advice of the guys in the Ink:CLEANING: initially, your tattoo applied a dressing of gauze or a patch to protect skin freshly damaged, remembering that the tattoo is really an open wound, even if it seems artistic! This should be left in place for about 4 hours and then carefully removed, perhaps you even take a shower, to avoid any detachment of inked skin areas which may have pasted the patch. Gentle washing with a mild soap and hot water will be very well, but do not rub too hard and gently dry with a clean towel. To keep your free tat infection, be sure to avoid leaving other people touch and wash your hands before touching. The tattoo does not have to be covered and heals in about 2 weeks, but take care and the patch temporarily if it will be exposed to dirt or shocks during labour, sport, etc it is a good idea to avoid excessive sweating, if possible,PROTECTION: If the shower is very well to clean your tattoo does not soak in water and avoid swimming, or by soaking in a bath or spa at least 2-3 weeks. Sur-hydratation of the skin can cause the ink to wash or wither and there could be a higher risk of infection in the soft tissues. The Sun is also a problem for tattoos, both old and new.Even short periods of exposure can lead to discoloration and damage of your tattoo, (lesions of the skin in general) so it is best to keep your new tat slightly covered or under loose clothing for at least 2-3 weeks. DO not use sunscreen / sunblock creams or sprays that after the skin completely healed, to avoid infection!Healing: Avoid rubbing or picking the skin tattoo, even if it’s me itch or the replacement of striking workers. If you take or scratch the layers of skin to heal, you can end up with a design that is pale or slightly uneven, because ink needs time to settle in the middle of the skin layers. I highly recommend to use a good moisturizing cream Aveeno Lotion as the daily moisturizer. By cleaning and then applying a small amount of this cream 2 – 3 times a day, my tattoo is not the gale! I just had mild small flakes of skin ink, wipe every time that I have taken a shower or hydrated during the first week – not of nasty crusts, itching to treat and my newly tattooed skin felt soft, without being fat or too hydrated.For those who are considering to get their first tattoo done, or even if you add to the art collection the skin that you have – you will find attention to these 3 points is essential to maintain the color and beauty of the impressive tattoo design that you have invested in!

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