Tattoo Peeling

By | September 4, 2013

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tattoo will begin to flake and peel after about three days. When it stops flaking and/or peeling, you will notice a shiny appearance to your tattoo. That shiny appearance will go away and your tattoo will be completely healed.

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Tattoo Care 1> Keep the new tattoo bandaged for approximately 2 hrs, then carefully remove the bandage & wash the tattoo with mild soap & water.

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