Before you leave the tattoo shop, your artist will go over proper aftercare routine with you. Some artists are sponsored by an aftercare line, and will be able to put their recommendation right in your hand. Others may have a few options on the shelf, and some may just give you some guidelines to follow and make you find your own aftercare from choices at the drugstore. Nearly every artist will recommend that you find an aftercare product that:
*has no dyes or fragrances
*no petroleum products
*no alcohol or other drying ingredients
Last time I blogged, I decided to start on a journey of busting Tattoo Aftercare Myths. I wanted to split the topic up, so that I could give each myth proper attention. I am trying to keep things short, but I'm rather verbose by nature, so it's a challenge for me.
Well, usually it's a challenge. Today's topic is a bit of a cheat. Much of the information that needs to be written today was written in yesterday's blog! That makes things easy, right?
THE MYTH: You Should Use Neosporin On Your Tattoo We are talking about Neosporin and other generic tripple antibiotic medicated c...