1. Remove wrap after 1-2 hours
2. Wash your hands with antibacterial soap(unscented and dye free) for 30 seconds prior to cleaning or touching your tattoo.
3. Clean your tattoo with antibacterial soap (unscented and dye free), rinse well, and pat dry.
4. After letting your new tattoo air dry, apply recommended aftercare 3-4 times daily for about 2-3 weeks. Remember to only use a very small amount of product, only enough to apply a thin layer. We recommend any unscented and dye free lotion.
-Do not submerge your tattoo into any bodies of water such as pools, spas, oceans, hot tubs, baths, etc.
-Do not expose your tattoo to direct sunlight until fully healed
-Do not pick, scratch, touch, rub, or slap your tattoo, even if it is itchy.
Signs and symptoms of infection include, but are not limited to: excessive redness, swelling, and/or tenderness of the procedure sight. Red streaks going from the procedure sight towards the heart. Elevated body temperature. In the event of an infection, call your physician immediately.
1. Wash your hands with antibacterial soap (unscented and dye free for 30 seconds prior to cleaning or touching your piercing.
2. Clean your piercing with saline solution and pat dry.
Repeat 2-3 times a day for 4-6 weeks. DO NOT OVER DO IT, it will cause a longer healing process and irritation.
3. Avoid rotating jewelry and touching piercings
4. DO NOT submerge your piercing into any bathtubs, pools, spas, oceans, lakes, etc.
5. DO NOT USE hydrogen peroxide, alcohol, Bactine, Neosporin, essential oils, or homemade salt water soaks.
Swelling, bruising, bleeding, tenderness, discoloration, itching, secretion or white-yellowish fluid is normal.
1. Rinse and gargle with ALCOHOL FREE mouthwash after eating or drinking anything that isn't water for 4-6 weeks.
2. Clean with saline solution 2-3 times a day for 4-6 weeks. (Lip and Cheek piercings)
3. Do NOT drink beer/alcohol during the healing process. May cause yeast infection and/or other infections. Smoking may lead to an infection and a longer healing process.
Signs and symptoms of infection, include but are not limited to: excessive redness, swelling, or tenderness of procedure site for extended periods of time. Red streaks going from the procedure site toward the heart, elevated body temperature, dark green or yellow puss.
In the event of infection , call your physician immediately.