Tattoos are unique areas of damage that are controlled and produced aseptically (cleanly). Therefore, treatment on the tattooed area can be right on target.
After the artist completes the tattoo, he usually cleans the area, applies a follow-up cream, and then applies an occlusive film. At this point, a scab will begin to form. You will need an Ink Seal Foam Cleanser 1.7oz Tattoos & Piercings Aftercare after you get the tattoo to clean it.
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Under the skin, platelets can build up on the surface of the tattoo in areas that have suffered persistent damage. To prevent further scab, the platelets must be removed.
The preparation is designed to effectively remove stored blood without causing irritation or discomfort.
After the area has been carefully cleaned with cleansing foam and dried as instructed, apply a thin layer of Protat Soothing Cream or Protat Premium Cream to create a semi-permeable membrane on the tattoo.
The cleaning foam design is intentionally not antibacterial. Tattoos applied by professional artists are done using clean and aseptic techniques to prevent the entry of "bad" bacteria. The skin has a natural and friendly population of bacteria that help protect the wound surface.
Therefore, using antibacterial products kills all, if any, bad bacteria, but also significantly reduces the natural bacterial population, leaving the skin without its primary defense mechanism.
Natural aloe and vitamin E provide additional care and the lack of perfume reduces the fear of allergies or irritation.