Is your new tattoo developing scabs? Need to know how to deal with them and avoid damaging your new tattoo? Then read this!
Your new tattoo doesn't feel or look right and you're concerned you may have an infection. Learn the symptoms of an infected tattoo and find out how to deal with it.
Tattoo inks are not regulated by the FDA despite increasing evidence of negative short-term and long-term effects, including skin cancer and auto-immune disorders.
Are you experiencing swelling and bruising of your new tattoo? Are you concerned that it's not healing correctly? Read this article for information on the body's healing process with your new tattoo.
Psoriasis sufferers are already self-conscious about their inflamed red skin patches, but how tattoo artists really feel about putting their needles into these affected areas may surprise you.
If a tattoo becomes infected, it will typically happen after you leave the tattoo studio. It is very rarely the artist's fault. Infections can be viral or bacterial, but most tend to be bacterial and are easily prevented.
Are you just dying to scratch your new, itchy tattoo? Don't do it! Hold out a bit longer and make an informed scratch.
Is your new tattoo developing scabs? Read this article to learn more about how to deal with them and avoid damaging your new tattoo.
Find out what, why, and how to deal with scabs on your new tattoo. Get advice, including information on aftercare, healing, and scab-formation.
An awesome-looking tattoo can unfortunately turn into a big infected mess. Read on to learn the symptoms of infection and how to treat it.
Especially after getting your first tattoo, you'll want to make sure that the healing process is going well. Learn to identify signs of developing scars and how to treat and prevent them.