Like any art, time and exposure to the elements, especially water, destroys the color and shine of your tattoo. So after you get tattooed, you have to be extra careful.
Your treatment plan is based on two factors: the speed of treatment and how effective the treatment is. Healing speed refers to how quickly the tattoo heals. You can apply a thin layer of healing lotion for tattoo four times a day.
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Tattoos that are still in the form of wounds and open wounds are a place for bacteria to breed, causing infection. If the tattoo artist has bandaged your tattoo, don't remove it for at least two hours.
Pay special attention to clothes that are cool and breathable until the tattoo is red. Do not swim or bathe longer than necessary. Do you remember that chlorinated water is really bad for your new tattoo? While the tattoo has not been collected, do not swim or bathe.
Applying a thick layer of healing ointment or antibiotic cream to the tattoo can actually speed up the healing process, but it also causes the ink to lose its color, become duller, fade more easily, and lose saturation. If you need to shower, shower quickly.
You can apply a loose layer to the tattoo to prevent it from getting wet. If you need to wash the blood, plasma, or clean the area completely, use warm water and a mild antibacterial liquid soap. Do not use sponges or abrasive cleaners.