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Old 06-12-2012, 06:28 PM   #1
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Any recommendations on tat shops in the Phoenix area?
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No, but if you ever come to Santa Cruz, California, I have a great shop.
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No, but if you ever come to Santa Cruz, California, I have a great shop.
Its closer from there than from home jaja. What do you recommend to help heal, ointment wise?
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Main thing not to do is use an ointment like neosporin or anything with vitamin e in it, because it will affect the natural healing process and the tattoo itself. Don't soak in water for two weeks, and clean the tattoo twice a day with mild soap(I like dove). Then moisturize with a mild lotion like curel or aquafir, just nothing with heavy perfumes or vitamin e. After the two weeks, continue to lotion until all scabs have peeled and then you will have a nice looking tattoo for a long time to come. And avoid sun for that two weeks but after that always wear sunscreen on it to reduce sun fading.
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Main thing not to do is use an ointment like neosporin or anything with vitamin e in it, because it will affect the natural healing process and the tattoo itself. Don't soak in water for two weeks, and clean the tattoo twice a day with mild soap(I like dove). Then moisturize with a mild lotion like curel or aquafir, just nothing with heavy perfumes or vitamin e. After the two weeks, continue to lotion until all scabs have peeled and then you will have a nice looking tattoo for a long time to come. And avoid sun for that two weeks but after that always wear sunscreen on it to reduce sun fading.
Alright koo. Always best to get Infoed from someone who knows there stuff.
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