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Tattoo Designs Galore FAQ's

Updated on October 6, 2010

Tattoo FAQ'S

Why is my Tattoo peeling or starting to Flake off ??

this is a normal process in getting a tattoo . Not to worry, though, let this pass and over time (usually, in a few days) all will be gone. You can apply lotion ( very sparingly ) to the tattoo area. Never scratch or peel the skin.

When you see a whitish, pasty looking clouding covering over the tattoo, this is usually what is happening. similar to a snake shedding its skin.

What kind of tattoo should I get and where on my body should i put it?

We get this question quite often. The true answer lies inside of YOU ! but, if it helps, we suggest to have a long look around at what and where other people are putting their tattoos and visualize in your mind if you could see yourself with the tattoo their in the same spot.

Another method is to try a "temporary" tattoo thus knowing that if you do not like it, it comes off.

Are Tattoos safe?

The answer is YES !.. AS long as you go to a reputable artist that is following all recommended safety precautions. Find out what these recommendations are by going through the

safety checklist below :

Ask to see the autoclave and sterilization certification

Make sure the artist is wearing gloves.

Ask about what training your artist has taken and completed. Are certificates available?

Is the artist vaccinated for Hepatitis B?

Ointment, ink, water and other items should not be returned to a universal container after it has been removed for use on a client.

New sterile needles must always be removed from an autoclave bag in front of you.

A professional will destroy and dispose of needles in a sharps container.

I hope this helps your desision on getting a tattoo.

Please feel free to check out below for more details

and leave any comments. All are welcome !

Thank You,

David A. Lee


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