Before you start showing off your new ink, it's important to get the aftercare right! Follow these tips and your fresh ink will be looking fabulous in no time!
1 in 5 UK adults are tattooed, and while the internet is swimming with information on how to care for your new ink, there's much less available when it comes to keeping your tattoo looking fresh for longer.
Keep your tattoos looking fresh and vibrant with DIY tattoo scrubs. You don’t need to shell out excess cash for exfoliators made “exclusively for tattoos.” Here are simple recipes using just 3 ingredients found right in your kitchen pantry!
While tattoos are permanent, the ink pigments that form your art can degrade to look dull and lifeless with time or improper care. Although fading is an inevitable process (just like aging), learn the dos and don'ts to slow the process.
Aftercare advice varies from place to place. Some people have some really bad ideas. Let's discuss the strange and contradictory tips you've heard and discuss what really works.
The healing process for anyone with a new tattoo can be confusing and nerve wracking, especially if it's your first. This is a guide to help you understand and deal with the tattoo healing process.
Want to know if you can get your new tattoo wet? Read on to find out when you can start bathing, showering, soaking, or going swimming with a new tattoo... or just cleaning it.
Once comfortable with the aftercare process, I adjusted the routine to fit my needs and the way my body heals. These may not work for everyone. When in doubt, follow aftercare instructions from your artist.
Get reviews of the top three aftercare lotions and find out what the best lotion is for you to help your new tattoo heal.
Learn what a numbing cream does, how it works, how to use it, and which brand to choose.
Tattoo aftercare instructions to ensure no colour loss. Protect your tattoo throughout its healing with an everyday household item!
Learn which products to use, how to care for a new tattoo, and what to watch out for. Healing tattoos isn't difficult if you know what you're doing, and a few simple steps make all the difference.