Most people know that the sun can be extremely harmful to all tattoos no matter how new or old they are. However, many people are also unsure about the effects that sunscreen may have on a new tattoo, and what problems it could potentially cause during the tattoo healing process.Read More
Tattoo infections aren't always the first thing that most people think about after they've just gotten their dream tattoo after months of waiting for their appointment - however, getting an infected tattoo after leaving the studio is a very real possibility, and something you should definitely be wary about.Read More
Not all tattoos heal in the same way as each other, and many things can happen to a new tattoo to cause it to look as though something might be wrong with it - such as the new tattoo becoming raised and bumpy.
Whilst sometimes the aftercare process does go wrong, caused by various issues - a lot of the time there is usually nothing to worry about. One of the common things that people worry about regarding their new tattoo is if it starts to look raised, or particularly bumpy while it’s healing.
This article will try to describe to you all of the reasons why bumps or lumps may appear over your tattoo, and what to do if your tattoo starts to develops these unsightly symptoms.Read More
After getting a new tattoo, you’d expect it to heal perfectly with no issues - but this isn’t always the case. Your ink can be affected by many different problems during the healing process, and white spots appearing on a new tattoo is one of them. Issues like these can also no-doubt cause much worry for the tattoo owner.
This article sets out to show you what exactly could be causing these white spots to appear on your tattoo, and what you should do to treat and prevent the problem from reoccurring.Read More
Most tattoos end up healing perfectly once completed, but there can sometimes unfortunately be problems and hiccups that arise concerning the appearance of your new ink - and tattoo scarring is one of them.
In this article we will help you to understand exactly what tattoo scarring is, how it happens, and how you can attempt to treat and overcome any scarring that your tattoo may have developed.Read More
After getting a new tattoo, it is often a time of great excitement. However, sometimes unexplained things can happen to your tattoo as it heals which can cause great worry amongst people who are newcomers to the tattooing world. One of these worries is seeing ink leaking out of your new tattoo.
This article aims to alleviate your fears and describe to you exactly what is normal when it comes to ink leaking out of a new tattoo.Read More
Whilst many people who get tattoos tend to stick with more popular moisturizing and healing products in order to keep their ink in good condition, more and more people are opting to try alternative choices - with one of these popular alternatives turning out to be natural cocoa butter.Read More
After getting the perfect tattoo that you’ve been wanting for so long, it’s only natural for you to want to ensure that it looks amazing for the rest of its life.
Whilst there are several things you can do to ensure that your tattoos remain looking fresh, clear and vibrant, many people are now beginning to turn to using essential oils in order to maintain the long-term appearance of their ink.Read More
After getting a tattoo, the area around the new ink goes through lots of changes as it begins to heal itself after the damage caused by the needles during the tattooing process. Tattoo swelling is one of the side-effects that may occur as the wound and the area around it being to heal.
A swollen tattoo can cause worry amongst unsuspecting people who didn’t know that this may happen to their new ink, but this article will hopefully help to extinguish some of those fears.Read More
During the initial healing stages, all tattoos will scab over within 5-10 days, and this is completely natural. However, tattoo cracking is something you should definitely try to prevent - and this article is going to help you to achieve this.Read More