DO Change the linens/sheets on your bed frequently if you have animals.
DO wear loose clothing around the treatment area (repeated rubbing or friction will irritate your tattoo, it can cause some redness and swelling.
DO stay hydrated, drinking lots water.
DO call your technician with any concerns.
DO NOT over saturate with ointment.
DO NOT let household pets come in contact with the area.
DO NOT expose to direct sunlight for 14 days. When the area has healed fully, use a total sun block product to prevent incorrect pigmentation of the treated skin.
DO NOT pull off clothing if it is stuck to the treated are. Wet the offending article of clothing and slowly slide off the area.
DO NOT submerge treated area in water. NO Jacuzzi, bathtubs or pools. Wait at least until all scabs are completely gone.
DO NOT lay on gym mats etc.
DO NOT shave the treated area until all scabs are gone.
DO NOT RUB, PICK or SCRATCH at the epithelial crust or scab. Correct formation of the scab is critical to the success of the removal process. The scab should be allowed to flake off on its own.
There should be absolutely no scrubbing of the area or use of cleansing creams or chemicals.