Appointment in the studio, you found your favorite motif, and then suddenly done: your tattoo. Of course, you want to show your new artwork all over the world. But the tattoo is nothing more than the wound – and needs rest and care.
Fresh tattoo: foil protects
How fast a tattoo heals depends on the location, size and not just about a particular type of skin. Immediately after piercing the skin comes with a film coating, either from a classic film or a special Suprasorb film. Depending on the type used, the film remains on the skin at different times: the adhesive film usually falls after one day, but a special film can lie on the tattoo for four to seven days. Showering is not a problem. Important: After the film is removed, you should not hang it again again because bacteria and germs can quickly disappear on the surface.
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After the foil: clean the wound
"After removing the foil, the tattooed area should be thoroughly washed with lukewarm water," says the Munich Tattoo Studio drawn up on its website. Although there are special tattoo soaps for cleaning, but they are not needed. If it is already soap, it should be ph neutral. Do not use fragrant products!
It is important that the site is cleansed gently by leaking fresh water and blood, preferably with your fingers. Do not use a towel, but a paper or cloth that does not leave the hair so that the wound is not contaminated. Then let it breathe for about 15 to 30 minutes in the air before going to the cream.
Tattoo Care: Proper fat
The spirits are divorced. The fact is that fat or cream does not exist. Each tattoo artist has his own experiences and recommendations. In any case, make sure that the cream is not too fat, otherwise it will "dampen" the tattoo that clogs skin pores, which can slow down the healing process.
It is often recommended that classic wound healing fat, which is also applied to scratches, "You should rub the tattoo two to three times a day with early and healing fats in the next few days", also draw.inc draw. There are also special tattoo creams, such as tattoo honey or organic care Hustle Butter Deluxe. Later, your normal body lotion is sufficient for daily care.
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Old and new tattoos: Sunscreen is needed
Instead of giving your tattoos a golden glimmer, the sun bleeds your tattoos over time. Shades and a high sun protection factor are therefore nuts and bolts, at least 30, an even better sunscreen with SPF 50.
You should not expose the sun or solarium or chlorine water to fresh tattoos until the scab is still present. By the way, the best time for tattooing is spring or fall. The temperatures are pleasant, and the clothes are not too light or overcrowded to irritate the skin for sun or friction.
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