Your tattoo was carefully created by a professional. To ensure a top quality tattoo, the rest is up to you. Please strictly follow these simple care instructions for the healing of your new tattoo.
1. Wash your tattoo with clean hands, warm water, and a gentle liquid anti bacterial soap.
2. Pat dry with a clean paper towel.
3. Apply a thin layer of aquafor (best) or A&D ointment.
4. Repeat this process morning and night, or after any time your tattoo was exposed to any outside elements.
5. No swimming, soaking or sun tanning for at least 2 weeks. Do not pick or scratch tattooed area.
6. Follow these instructions to ensure maximum healing results. Do not follow what your brother, sister, mother, cousin, etc, did on their tattoo. They are not the professionals.
7. Please call your artist should you have any questions from here on out.
8. Enjoy your new tattoo!
Body Piercing Aftercare By Roy Fowler @ Cape Fear Tattoo
- Wash your hands thoroughly prior to cleaning or touching your piercing for any reason.
- Use sterile saline solution such as H2Ocean. soak it onto gauze and hold it onto the piercing for five minutes two to three times a day. A brief rinse afterwards will remove any residue.
- Healthy diet
- Do Not move or rotate the jewelry or change the jewelry while healing. No soap, no alcohol, no peroxide,no bactine no homemade sea salt solution or anything else other than sterile saline.
- Healing times vary on the piercing. Just because it doesn’t hurt anymore doesn’t mean it is healed.
- If the piercing is irritated and red it does not mean it is infected.
- Rinse mouth with Non-alcoholic mouthwash such as Biotene for 30 seconds after meals and at morning/bedtime
- Cleaning too often or with too strong of a rinse can cause discoloration and irritation of your mouth and piercing
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Getting multiple piercings in one sitting can lengthen healing times.