Tattoo Consortium Tip #1:
Keep Your Tattoo Clean
This is probably one of the most important aftercare tips you will hear with any tattoo. The first few weeks of a tattoo are the most critical because properly healed skin will make for a long-lasting tattoo. Regularly applying pain relieving cream and washing your skin with mild anti-bacterial soap will help you keep your tattoo clean this summer.
Tattoo Consortium Tip #2:
Keep Your Tattoo Moisturized
Keeping your tattoo moisturized with lotion that is free of fragrance will keep all things in tip-top shape. Fragrance-free lotion prevents skin irritation that fragrance lotions may cause. Be sure to utilize products that are as safe as the topical anesthetic gel you used when you got inked; reliable and effective!
Tattoo Consortium Tip #3:
Keep Your Tattoo Bright
If you remember the topical numbing spray that was applied to your skin as you lied flat on the studio, then this should motivate you for keeping your tattoos bright. Keeping your tattoo bright while out in the summer sun can be done simply by applying sunblock. This helps prevent your tattoo from fading and losing its details. While UV rays give your skin a darker appearance, it also drains the color and vibrancy out of your tattoo. The more you tan, the worse it gets. You invested in your ink, so make sure to protect it as best as you can to prevent it from fading in the summer sun. Tattoo Consortium recommends at least a SPF 30 reapply as directed.
These are just a few tips on how to keep your tattoo bright and beautiful during the summer. Don’t hesitate to contact Tattoo Consortium with the link below for more information or to schedule your appointment with us today!
One thought on “Tips for Keeping Your Tattoo Bright and Beautiful This Summer Provided by Tattoo Consortium”
I have been thinking about getting a tattoo to represent my new daughter and thought that before I find a tattoo artist I should know how to keep it looking nice. You said that keeping the tattoo clean is a great way to keep the skin properly healed and to apply relieving cream with help clean it. That is a great tip for me to use this year.