How to care for your skin after your Cosmetic Tattoo Procedure
All my clients are provided aftercare advice, support, and a free aftercare kit which includes an advice sheet and materials to care for their cosmetic tattoo for the initial post procedure period.
This is all part of difference in quality of service provided by CosmeticTattooist.com
Please take the time to read this sheet and follow the simple steps to get the best post procedure results, this way your skin will heal within the minimum time and without any complications. You will be provided a small container of Bepanthen cream to get you started, this is an antiseptic and moisturizing cream, if more is required it is advised that you obtain a tube of Bepanthen, this can be purchased from any pharmacy or the supermarket (in the baby care section) and some cotton tips to apply the cream. Remember never reuse a cotton tip, always use a fresh tip every time you dip into the cream. The idea is to keep the area that has been tattooed clean and moistened with the cream as this will help with the healing process.
Always wash and dry your hands at a hygienic location prior to touching
your face and performing your aftercare during the healing process.
Very rarely a client may get a dilated (large) pupil during the procedure, if this happens you should stay out of bright lights, wear sunglasses and do not drive a vehicle or operate machinery until your pupil has returned to normal.
the Bepanthen cream to the eye line with a cotton tip at least 3 - 4 times
a day, keep the area feeling moist but avoid applying too much cream in
case it enters and irritates your eye.
A cosmetic tattoo can last a shorter or longer period depending on your skin type, skin colour, and the colour of the pigment used, the thickness of the lines, how much pigment is deposited and how aggressive your immune system is in metabolising the pigment. Factors such as sun exposure, some skin creams and lotions, exfoliating treatments and many other factors may affect fading of your cosmetic tattooing.
Even in the absence of any of the factors mentioned above you can expect that fading will still occur over time but equally with some people the tattoo may or may not remain visible for long periods of time (even with fading) this can vary considerably from person to person. You should expect that a refresh treatment may be required anywhere from a few months up to several years after the last treatment; at the very least I suggest that my clients have a refresh treatment every 1 - 3 years to keep their makeup tattoo looking at its best.
Some clients are happy to let their cosmetic tattoo fade considerably between refresh treatments others like to keep their cosmetic tattoo looking very bold and fresh all the time for this reason no guarantees are offered or implied in relation to how long your cosmetic tattoo will last before you feel you need to have a refresh treatment.
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