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10 Tips for Caring for Your New Tattoo

Congratulations on your new tattoo! A tattoo is a big investment, both in terms of time and money, so it's important to take good care of it to ensure it heals properly and looks its best. Here are 10 tips to help you care for your new tattoo:




  1. Follow your tattoo artist's aftercare instructions: Your tattoo artist will provide you with specific aftercare instructions to follow, so make sure to follow these closely. They will likely include recommendations for cleaning and healing the tattoo, as well as information about when to remove the bandage or wrap.

  2. Keep the tattoo clean: It's important to keep your tattoo clean to help prevent infection and promote healing. Gently wash the tattoo with lukewarm water and a mild, unscented soap. Avoid using hot water or harsh soaps, as these can irritate the skin and damage the tattoo.

  3. Moisturize the tattoo: After cleaning the tattoo, gently apply a thin layer of all natureal Tatty Stick to keep the tattoo hydrated and prevent it from drying out. Avoid using lotion, as it can contain ingredients that can be harmful to tattoos.

  4. Protect the tattoo from the sun: Avoid exposing your tattoo to direct sunlight, as the UV rays can damage the tattoo and cause it to fade. If you need to be in the sun, make sure to cover the tattoo with clothing or use a high SPF sunscreen.

  5. Avoid scratching or picking at the tattoo: It's normal for a tattoo to itch as it heals, but it's important to resist the urge to scratch or pick at it. Scratching or picking can cause the tattoo to become infected or damaged, and can lead to scarring.

  6. Avoid soaking the tattoo: Avoid soaking the tattoo in water for long periods of time, such as in a bath or pool. The water can cause the tattoo to become infected and can cause the ink to fade. If you do need to get your tattoo wet, make sure to pat it dry gently with a clean towel.

  7. Avoid tight clothing: Tight clothing can rub against the tattoo and cause irritation or damage. Opt for loose, comfortable clothing that won't rub against the tattoo.

  8. Avoid activities that can irritate the tattoo: Certain activities, such as swimming or sweating heavily, can irritate the tattoo and cause it to become infected. Avoid these activities until the tattoo has fully healed.

  9. Avoid applying makeup to the tattoo: Avoid applying makeup to the tattoo until it has fully healed, as the chemicals in makeup can irritate the skin and damage the tattoo.

  10. Consult a doctor if you experience any problems: If you experience any problems with your tattoo, such as redness, swelling, or excessive pain, consult a doctor or your tattoo artist for guidance.

By following these tips, you can help ensure that your tattoo heals properly and looks its best. Remember, a tattoo is a big investment, so it's worth taking the time to care for it properly.


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