Have you ever wondered how to take care of a new tattoo? Maybe you just got a tattoo or are planning one. It's important to take care of it from the moment the artist finishes it.
Your tattoo's future depends on it! Whether you get your first tattoo or your 15th, you will learn a lot about how to care for tattoos. You should know how to avoid infection, how to best choose moisturizer for tattoo, what to do for the first few hours to the next few weeks, what not to do with your new tattoo.
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Why are tattoos so important after treatment? What many people don't realize is that a new tattoo is an open wound that can easily become infected. If you don't take care of it, it can affect the future of the tattoo and your health.
The better you care for your tattoo, the better it will look when it heals. You can never be too sure when it comes to protecting your body and making new "investments in art." The whole process will take about 2-4 weeks.
Neglected tattoos can cause infection and damage your body as well as new tattoos. All tattoos are treated differently. Some areas heal faster than others. You may find that your skin turns white after 3-4 days. It will harden over time.
If you pull the scabs you take the chance of ruining the ink in your tattoo. You will also notice certain parts will scab more than others. This is a normal part of the healing process.