How Do I Protect A Fresh Tattoo?

It is important not to expose a fresh tattoo to sunlight or indoor tanning equipment, while the tattoo is still healing, since chemicals sensitive to UV exposure have been injected into the skin. Cover the tattooed area completely or don't tan until the skin has healed. After the skin has healed the chemicals have lost their sensitivity to UV, but continue to take moderate protective measures. Tattoos will continue to lose their brilliancy with exposure to UV light, whether it comes from indoors or from outdoors

Use a good lip balm, like Un-petroleum with an spf 18, to protect and preserve the brilliancy of your tattoo. Un-petroleum lip balm is also good protection for sensitive areas of the body, like nipples, that generally don't see alot of sun, and nails, to prevent yellowing.


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