The tattoo is a minor surgery and you are expected to have bleeding that will stop within a few hours. The best way to remove the bandage if there is resistance is to simply soak it in cold water until it loosens.
Treat this area very, very carefully and only with complete purity during the healing process. This, of course, means that your hands and any clothing or even bedding that touches the area should be clean, and if you sweat on the spot at least rinse it off to keep the area as clean as possible and you should apply the best tattoo healing moisturizer.
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When your skin begins the exfoliating process, DON'T bothers doing it. Likewise, if you feel itchy – just let it be, your body will heal the area and will soon look good! Applying additional treatments will keep the area moist during this time and will reduce this problem.
Try your best not to expose your new tattoo to the sun for at least the first month. Sun exposure will fade the color of your tattoo if you burn the delicate tattoo area!
Apply sunscreen to your tattoo after the healing process. The easiest method, which works well, is to line it with a tube of inexpensive sunscreen chapstick and then fill it with it.
The most important thing to consider while your tattoo is healing is the protection and cleanliness of the area. If you experience severe itching or pain, or the area looks infected, contact your tattoo artist or doctor immediately.