A tattoo is more than a popular fashion accessory - it is a wound; therefore, it must be properly and professionally taken care of to prevent infections and to keep the tattoo colours fresh and permanent.
Wondering what you need to know before getting a tattoo and how to get the best out of your new tattoo? In order for your tattoo to maintain its original condition, intense colours and clear lines for as long as possible, it needs to be nurtured regularly.
But first, you have to decide what to get and where on your body to have one. Then choose a quality tattoo artist and get an appointment (the most appropriate time for getting a tattoo is from October to March). Although we can hardly help you with that, we can surely help you with tips on how to take care of your tattoo.
Proper Care of a Tattoo
After getting a tattoo, you should remember that it is a wound that needs to be properly and professionally treated. With a proper care, you can avoid infections while keeping the colours fresh and lasting. For proper and quality healing, it is important that you listen to and follow the instructions of your tattoo artist. Make sure the tattoo is always moisturized and oily so that the skin heals well and the tattoo retains its colours. After three weeks, when the wound heals and the skin is renewed, you can start using Tattoo Nano Shock Tattoo Ointment, which will protect and regenerate your skin and provide care and glow to your tattoo.
Take Care of Your Skin
After getting a tattoo, you should avoid synthetic and tight clothing that could irritate the tattoo. It is also recommended that you avoid sports and excessive sweating for at least three days, it is even better to wait until the tattoo is peeled, otherwise inflammation may occur due to the salt in the sweat. You can shower normally, but it is not advisable to resist a hot jet of water onto the tattoo or use aggressive shower gels containing perfumes. Moreover, it is not advised to soak in bathtub and to use saunas, as it damages the healing of the tattoo. Use the Tattoo Nano Shock Tattoo Ointment regularly - your tattoo will only heal properly and maintain its intensity with a quality care.
When the Tattoo is Healed
When is the healing complete? The tattoo and the skin are healed when they are outgrown with a new layer of epidermis. The tattoo is no longer as shiny and dark as it was immediately when made, but slightly faded. Then it's time to give your tattoo a Tattoo Nano Shock Ointment, which is also suitable for the care of old tattoos. The ointment optimally moisturizes and prevents the skin from drying, removes dead skin cells, has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, and is easy to use as it allows for easy and comfortable application with quick absorption. Keep your tattoo alive with gentle and nourishing care - your skin will be grateful.