Tattoo Before and Aftercare Tips with Our Founder

Why It Matters

Scarring and Infections

A tattoo is more than just a piece of art and a way to assert your personal style. It’s a medical procedure, because the artist uses a needle to insert the ink underneath your skin. Any time you open the skin, you leave yourself vulnerable to scarring and infections

Preparing For a Tattoo

Most tattoo artist will not tattoo on skin with eczema or other medical skin conditions.


Typical Dry Skin, Do NOT Fear!

Lotion Daily for 2 Days Before your Appointment


~“Ladies” Do NOT Shave the Day of or Day Before your Appointment~

Your tattoo artist will most likey shave the desired area before your tattoo and you do NOT want to have razor burn or irritated skin! 


Wear Appropriate Clothing!

For Example: If you are getting a tattoo on your calf wear shorts or a skirt because you do not want to cover up your tattoo with jean, leggings, etc. unless your tattoo artist is applying 2nd Skin after doing your tattoo.

Tattoos are medical procedure, any time you open the skin, you leave yourself vulnerable to scarring and infections!

TKTX Numbing Cream

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Extra Strong Version


Numbing Time 5-6 Hours
15cm x 15cm per tube 


If you’re in Europe you can visit https://www.tktxnumb.eu/en/product/tktx-40-green/ to order directly through TKTX. 


In Colorado Springs or Surrounding Areas Email CmeAgency@aol.com  


TKTX FAQ can be found at https://www.tktxnumb.eu/en/faq-english/

Active Ingredients
Lidocaine, Prilocaine, Epinephrine (Adrenaline)
**DO NOT USE IF YOU ARE ALLERGIC TO ONE OF THESE SUBSTANCES**


For other applications such as permanent make-up, tattoo removal with laser, hair removal with laser, waxing, lipfillers, microblading, TKTX can be used.


To learn more about TKTX hit the bottom below!

TKTX Homepage

TKTX Now Available in the US

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Email CmeAgency@aol.com to place your order!

Avoid Fake or Knockoffs

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Ebay and Wish ARE Knockoffs.


You can OLNY get the Original HERE or at the Link Below!


For Questions and Concerns Email Info@tktx-tattoo.eu

TKTX Website

Aftercare

When You Get Home....

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After a few hours, you can remove the bandage your tattoo artist applied. Wash your hands first with lukewarm water and soap, do NOT forget this step! Then gently wash the tattoo with antibacterial soap and water.

Pat your skin dry with a soft cloth.

You can keep the bandage off at this point to let your skin breathe.

While your tattoo heals, you should:

  • avoid the sun
  • wear sun-protective clothing whenever you go outside
  • call your tattoo artist or doctor if you have any signs of infection or other problems

You shouldn’t:

  • cover your tattoo with sunblock until it’s fully healed
  • scratch or pick at the tattoo
  • wear tight clothing over the tattoo
  • go swimming or immerse your body in water (showers are fine)

Wash your tattoo two to three times a day!


Use Aquaphor once to twice a day, 2-3 days after getting your tattoo. Aquaphor can be found at any local pharmacy and is usually with bandaid, burn creams, etc.

How often you use Aquaphor will depend on each individual based on skin type!

If you naturally have dry skin you may need to use more Aquaphor then a person with oily skin.

After your tattoo heals...

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VERY IMPORTAN: if you want the life of your tattoo to be Forever, AVOID the Sun, Tanning Beds, Spray Tan, Etc.


***SPF 100 Sunscreen***

Healing

TOO MUCH MOISTURE

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If you see this, it’s a sign of too much moisture......

Can pull up ink, scar or bring on an infection!


**Using too much Aquaphor**

What you want to see

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Dead Skin.....

Healing PERFECTLY!

NOT ENOUGH MOISTURE

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If you see this, it’s a sign of not enough moist.

Can pull up ink, scar or bring on an infection!


Keep Clean & Use Aquaphor

2nd Skin

**Follow the Instructions of Your Tattoo Artist**

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Professional tattoo artist will apply, Do NOT Apply Yourself!!