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If you're new to this, it's hard to imagine what aftercare is like.
Tattoos are like scars, so if you don't take care of them afterwards, the wound may become inflamed or the colour may be affected after completion.
Please refer to the following information for a clear summary of post-treatment care.

About Aftercare

A protective sheet is applied after the procedure, but please do not remove the sheet for around four days and be careful of shocks. The protective sheet allows air but not water or bacteria to pass through and keeps the wound moist with exudate (fluid from the wound) to promote healing. Remove the protective film after about four days and rinse the affected area with lukewarm water to remove any blood. *Keep clean. After that, please dry naturally first, without applying any cream.

After the procedure, no disinfection is required, but please avoid bumping or rubbing the affected area to prevent bacteria from getting into the tattoo, as this will affect the finish of the tattoo. Do not exercise or drink alcohol for three days after the procedure. Avoid sweaty exercise and clothing that puts pressure on the affected area.

Avoid exposure to direct sunlight or sunburn before the wound has healed, as this can cause festering and colour bleeding.

If the affected part touches clothing and it hurts, please do lap etc. Pain relieves considerably.

The scab will flake off in approximately 10 days. It may itch, but never scratch it!
The skin is very thin and very sensitive to external stimuli. Even the slightest thing can cause a scratch, so treat with care.
Once the scab has fallen off, it can be lightly washed in the bath..

It takes 2-3 weeks for the skin colour to settle completely. (The appearance of scabs and the number of treatment days depends on the treatment area, carving and design.)

Trousers for the waist area, bra shoulder straps for the shoulder blades and chest, and rubbing or pressing against the wound with an elastic or belt can damage the scab and cause the colour to pop. Treating the wound as carefully as possible makes a complete difference to its perfection, so this is another point to be observed. When using the belt at work, for example, we recommend that you protect it with a wrap or other protection, as this will lessen the impact.

If you have any other questions, please contact us at any time.


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