Tattoos need appropriate treatment, both in the immediate days after getting it and over the long haul. Failure to do so can create complications; in a best-case scenario, lack of care can lead to dry, damaged skin that affects a tattoo’s appearance while in a worst-case scenario, neglecting immediate aftercare can create an infection around the tattooed area.
Thinking about getting your first tattoo? Any ink enthusiast will tell you that there are a lot of rules to consider — it's not something you do on a whim. Getting the exact artwork you want is a process that starts long before you arrive at the parlor. So we've created this comprehensive calendar. It includes everything you need to know: tips for finding the right artist, safety measures to follow, and aftercare instructions.
Natural Tattoo Aftercare Tattoo healing salve 1/2 cup grapeseed oil 1/2 cup almond oil 2 tablespoons beeswax 1/2 tablespoon vitamin E oil 5 drops Lavender, 5 drops Cedarwood 5 drops Myrrh 5 drops Frankincense Melt down beeswax in a double boiler, or in a glass measuring cup in a pot of hot water. Add oils and vitamin e, combine and set aside for 3 minutes. Add essential oils and mix. Poor in glass container and let sit for 2 hours. Apply to clean fresh tattoo #tattoo
My clients are the biggest babes . Thanks for the great photo of your new tree @teaandme . I love seeing tattoos healed, if you have nice pictures of your work that I've done please send them my way :). #pinetree #pinetreetattoo