How to keep tattoos from fading

Tatoo is undoubtedly more than a simple artistic drawing that we introduce to our body to give us a new look because the artist of this work uses a needle to insert the link on your fragile skin, and each time you hurt yourself the ink comes into contact with your blood and gets you an infection.

Our body becomes vulnerable, that’s why we must take care of it and for that, we must be sure to go to a tattoo artist who has a good reputation without forgetting that we must take care of his tattoo at home.

Now let’s talk a little about how to prevent tattoos from fading, you have to follow the instructions below:

Follow the instructions of the tattoo artist who suggests specific products and what kind of results you will get by using them, so do not use any other product because they are cheaper or because you think they are more effective.

Stay out of the water while your tattoo heals, it generally takes between 10 to 15 days, this happens most of the time to those who practice swimming, diving in water can erase the ink from the skin and thus make the tattoo disappear; even after the healing of your tattoo does not neglect your skin, stay away from any chemical that may cause you an infection due to contact with your tattoo and your problem doesn’t stop there because sunlight is mainly your biggest problem in terms of discoloration. because the more the skin is exposed to the sun, the faster the discoloration.

This is why you have to protect your skin from its 1st enemy the sun and that thanks to a barrier (zinc paste). you can’t judge the quality of a new ink for seven years, that’s why you always have to be forward-looking and be far from risk to be calm.

This is why you must always follow the instructions of a specialist,  Dr. Michael Diaz, a plastic surgeon certified in Florida. Unlike injectable fillers, tattoo inks are permanent and exposed to all the elements to which our skin is subjected, such as environmental conditions, sun damage and loss of elasticity. Most tattoo inks will fade over time but will never disappear completely. The edges of the tattoo usually become less defined over time. Removing tattoos using lasers can cause skin discoloration which may be more noticeable as we age.

Don’t scratch yourself. Force yourself not to scratch the tattooed skin. By healing, it begins the old fashioned crust, which is normal. Let the crusts dry and fall off on their own and do not try to tear it off or scrape it off to speed up the process. If they fall too early, they could leave pants or light stains in the tattoo.

Dry, crusty or flaky skin can itch a lot, but if you scratch the tattoo, you risk ripping off the crusts.

If you have intense itching, continue to apply moisturizing lotion.

Wear loose clothing. Put on clean, loose clothing to avoid irritating the tattooed skin. Avoid tight or tight items at the tattoo level, especially at the beginning. As it heals, your skin will release plasma and ink, which could cause it to stick to your clothes. These items will hurt you when you remove them and could tear off the crusts that form.

If a garment sticks to your skin, do not pull it. Wet it with water to loosen it enough to remove it without damaging the tattoo.

Tight clothing will prevent sufficient oxygen for healing to reach the tattoo in sufficient quantities.

Avoid physical exertion. it is best not to make an effort while the tattoo heals. If the tattoo is large or near a joint, it may take longer to heal if the skin it covers moves too much during physical activity which will slow healing.

If you are doing something that requires physical effort, such as dancing or masonry, it might be wise to get a tattoo just before you have a few days off so that the area can begin to heal before you resume. Job. when the healing period passes, you will tattoo is for life. However, according to dermatologist’s observations, around 20% of tattooed people end up regretting their gesture. Because of a reason or just for a professional reason. if you want advice take your time to think and above all, meet your tattoo artist to discuss the drawing, where you want to do it, etc. A tattoo is personal, sometimes intimate in its meaning, each tattoo artist has his own style, his sensitivity, it is necessary that the current flows and that the exchange is possible.

 It is important to give energy to your body so that it can heal at best. The gesture of tattooing is still a small assault on the body, you might feel a rush just after the session. So rest, get enough sleep the night before, eat a good meal and avoid anything that might make your blood clot 24 hours before getting a tattoo. No alcohol could make you bleed more. t more crusts and therefore more risk of holes in the tattoo and it would be better that you have a tattoo in winter because the sun will not be in your favor and can affect negatively your skin finally be able to enjoy your tattoo but Know that its maintenance is never really finished. Sun protection and daily skin hydration are essential if you want your tattoo to keep its shine. And in case of pregnancy, you will have to pay special attention to it.