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1 :) Before starting the care, wash your hands thoroughly.

2 :) The dressing should be removed after 24 - 36 hours.

3 :) After removing the dressing, gently wash the tattoo with lukewarm water with hypoallergenic soap or intimate cleanser (its acidic pH inhibits the growth of bacteria), taking care to remove all secretions from the skin with a gentle hand movement and rinse thoroughly with water. It is absolutely not recommended to use perfumed shower gels.

4 :) Dry the tattoo with a paper towel (do not wipe, but very gently press the paper towel against the tattoo).

5 :) After drying apply a very thin layer of cream so that the skin can breathe.

This operation should be repeated approximately every 4 hours, especially immediately after waking up and before going to bed, for a minimum of two weeks, i.e. until the initial healing of the tattoo.

Initial healing of the tattoo takes place after 2 to 3 weeks, depending on individual predispositions and physiological characteristics. It heals completely after 2 months. After this time, the skin fully returns to the state it was in before the tattoo was done.

Under no circumstances should the tattoo be scratched or torn off the leaving parts of the epidermis. Peeling of the skin on a tattoo and itching is a natural healing process.

Physical activity should be limited for at least 2 weeks after tattooing (e.g. gym exercises, fitness).

For a month after the treatment, you should not go to the swimming pool, sauna, solarium, etc.

For several days you should refrain from alcohol or other intoxicating substances that cause an increase in blood pressure.

You should also not lubricate a freshly made tattoo with lotions or moisturizing creams for at least a month, especially if these cosmetics contain parabens or other types of preservatives.

You cannot tan tattooed skin for at least a month. If we cannot be in the shade, we cover the tattoo with clothing. Later, it is advisable to use sunscreen with 50+ sunscreen.

Please write in case of questions or doubts. Don't look for the answers on the internet!


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