Celebrity Ink™ tattoo studios take tattoo hygiene and aftercare seriously with strict Health and Safety Standards being applied within every single studio to ensure the safest, cleanest environment while you are getting tattooed and. Celebrity Ink™ tattoo studio staff and artists also take great pride ensuring customers are well educated in the management of their tattoo after care.
When you leave the studio, you may remove the plastic wrap after one hour. Please do not rewrap the tattoo.
Gently wash your tattooed area with an antibacterial soap and pat dry.
After two days, apply a minimal amount of aftercare balm twice daily.
Your tattoo will peel and scab – this is normal; please do not pick it. Let it heal naturally. Do not swim or soak in a spa, bath or ocean for two weeks or until the tattoo has completely healed.
Showering will not affect your new tattoo. It’s possible that excess tattoo ink may stain linen, so we suggest you protect these items. If you have any concerns or questions at all, please contact your studio.
Tattoos if taken care of properly, generally take 2-3 weeks to heal. However, everyone is different, and we all heal in different ways and within different timeframes.
Yes, this is perfectly normal and part of the healing process.
Your tattoo will peel and scab – this is normal; please do not pick it. Let it heal naturally.
WARNING!! Picking your tattoo can cause infection or remove the colour. If you think your tattoo is infected, or isn’t healing properly, please see your doctor.
You can help prevent your tattoo from fading by avoiding taking hot showers and by limiting exposure to the sun.
We suggest applying sunscreen to your tattoos or keeping them covered when you will be out in the sun for prolonged periods of time.
No, Celebrity Ink™ suggest you have a day off from training straight after being tattooed and try avoid intense workouts that will cause excessive sweating as this can expose your tattoo to unwanted bacteria.
Hell no! Do not let anyone or yourself touch your fresh tattoo and avoid accidental contact with pets. External touch could expose you to dangerous and unwanted bacteria.