Suggested Aftercare guidelines for body piercings
-Use either H2Ocean or sea salt rinses 3 to 4 times daily; mix 8oz of warm bottled/distilled water with ¼ teaspoon of non-iodized (iodine free) sea salt and let dissolve. Use cotton ball or Q-tip to apply solution to the piercing.
DO NOT clean under dermal only around the top.
DO NOT force scabs off apply hot water and scab will release easily.
DO NOT submerge or soak in water (may loosen anchor).
DO NOT TOUCH for 24 hours
DO NOT change dermal top for 9 weeks!
Wear a Band-Aid over dermal EVERY night for at least two weeks, to protect dermal from bacteria as well as any pull during sleep.
*IF pulled, lightly massage top back down into skin until the jewelry is flush with the skin. Do as shown only if pulled.
TIPS & HINTS
-May lightly bleed for a few hours after piercing, wear Band-Aid tightly fitted to apply pressure and stop bleeding.
-Be cautious of piercing
-Sea Salt will reduce irritation.
You have been tattooed in a studio by licensed professional with sterile one use products. From this point on, your artist is not responsible for any infection or problems you may have with your tattoo. The following instructions have been provided to ensure a properly healed and beautiful tattoo.
-Leave your banage alone: a fresh tattoo is an open wound and should be treated as such. Leave your tattoo covered for no more or less than 1-3 hours.
-Clean your tattoo: After your remove your bandage use lukewam water and mild soap to clean your tattoo of any blood or plasma.
-Use only a fragrance-fee and dye-free antibacterial soap
-Make sure your hands are clean before washing your tattoo, NEVER touch a fresh tattoo with dirty hands.
Do's and mostly Dont's-Do shower regularly after getting your tattoo- Do not soak your tattoo in the bath or scrub it- Do not pick or scratch at your tattoo-Do not go to the tanning bed or expose your tattoo to direct sunlight for at east 2 weeks-Do use a sunblock with SPF 30 or higher when exposed to the sun-Do not use Neosporin or any products containing fragrance, dyes,, or petrolium while healing
The following products are recommended for use unless otherwise instructed: