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How to take care of your scar camouflage tattoo: keeping your tattoo clean

Easy Aftercare for your new tattoo.....NUDETATU


How to keep your Scar Camouflage Tattoo clean

A tattoo can also be considered a medical procedure because the artist uses a needle to insert the ink underneath your skin. As a result, you leave yourself vulnerable to scarring and infections whenever you open the skin.

Caring for your tattoo can prevent those complications and ensure that the tattoo heals properly. We here at NUDETATU will apply a thin layer of antibiotic ointment over the tattoo before you leave. We will also give you Aftercare to use at home. The Aftercare will help prevent bacteria from getting into your skin and provide nutrients needed for faster healing. It also protects the tattoo from rubbing onto your clothes and getting irritated or dried out.


Tip #1 - Use Gentle Soap on your fresh scar camouflage tattoo


Your new tattoo is your baby. Take care of it by frequently washing with an unscented, antibacterial soap to avoid infection.

how to

First, wash your hands with water and soap. Then gently wash the tattoo with warm water and fragrance-free soap. Pat your skin dry with a soft cloth.

Apply a small amount of Aftercare or fragrance-free and alcohol-free moisturizer to the tattoo.


It usually takes 2 to 4 weeks for your tattoo to be healed entirely, but even after it's healed, it's essential to keep it clean and moisturized.

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Tip #2 - Keep your tattoo clean and dry.


Additionally, avoid soaking it in water for at least 7-10 days (showers are ok, baths are not). If your clothes are likely to rub on them, keep them covered


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Tip #3 - Hydrate your skin.


Moisturize tattooed skin three to four times daily for the first few weeks after it has healed.


Don't forget to let the area also breathe!! Don't suffocate it with ointment. A nice layer works great.


Tip #4 - Remember to wear a sunscreen


SPF is you new BFF

Avoid exposing it to direct sunlight if at all possible.

Tattoos can fade in the sun, even nude-colored ones– so when it's completely healed, make sure your tattoo is covered in sunscreen that offers broad-spectrum protection (UVA and UVB) with an SPF of 30 or higher and water resistance (If you are going to be in the water).


Tip #5 - Know your body