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         Take good care of your tattoo during the first few days and weeks to ensure its longevity

  1. After getting the tattoo, we will gently cover it with a bandage. After 2-3 hours, wash your hands with mild antibacterial soap and dry them with clean paper towels. Avoid using cotton towels as they can collect bacteria.

  2. Remove the bandage and gently wash the tattoo using mild antibacterial soap and warm water. Avoid using bar soaps as they collect bacteria. Use your hands to wash the tattoo and avoid scrubbing. If the bandage sticks, soak the area with warm water until it loosens.

  3. After washing, apply a thin layer of healing ointment to the tattoo and gently massage it in. Avoid applying too much ointment. You can leave the bandage off to allow the tattoo to breathe.

  4. Apply the ointment 4-6 times daily after washing your hands and the tattoo. Apply a thin layer to keep it moist, but avoid suffocating the tattoo. Continue using the ointment for 3-5 days.

  5. After 3-5 days, switch to a colorless, odorless mild moisturizer. Use the lotion 3-4 time a day whenever the tattoo becomes dry. Use moisturizer 3-4 times a day or as needed.

  6. Expect the tattoo to peel and itch during the healing process. Follow the provided directions, take care of your health, and the tattoo will heal quickly and look great. Avoid picking or scratching the tattoo, as it can affect the final result.

  7. Avoid direct sunlight for approximately 2 weeks. Cover the tattoo when exposed to sunlight. Use sunscreen after healing to protect your tattoo.

  8. Avoid soaking the tattoo for at least 2 weeks. No baths, pools, spas, hot tubs, saltwater, lakes, etc.

  9. If you suspect an infection, seek medical attention immediately.

    Follow the aftercare instructions provided by your tattoo artist. They are the professionals.
    Take care of your tattoo, and it will turn out better if you follow these instructions to the best of your ability.

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