THE PROTECTION YOUR TATTOO DESERVES!
BETTER HEALS LESS TOUCH-UPS
Reduce the need for touch-ups and reduce the color fade after healing. The soft padding offers a more comfortable healing process overall and your client’s will f*king love you for it.
NO GLUE, NO PAIN, NO HASSLE
Tattoo Armour Aftercare Pads are so easy to use that anyone can use them. Regardless, we’ve put together an easy visual guide to the perfect process so there wouldn’t be any guesswork involved.
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR FRESH TATTOO…
STEP 1 - CLEAN THE TATTOO
Clean the tattooed area by removing excess plasma and blood with clean gloves.
STEP 2 - APPLY OINTMENT
Gently apply an appropriate amount of ointment recommended by your tattoo artist.
STEP 3 - APPLY PAD TO TATTOO AREA
Carefully place the Tattoo Armour Sheets on the tattoo, ensuring proper coverage and leaving some padding between the tattoo and healthy skin.
STEP 4 - FIX PADS WITH TAPE
Secure the sheets with tape, ensuring a comfortable and tight fit. Consider using medical tape or sensi wrap for skin application.
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR TATTOO AT HOME…
STEP 5 - REMOVE PAD AFTER 6H
Keep the sheets on for 6 to 8 hours and remove them without much discomfort. The absorbed plasma may resemble the tattoo image.
STEP 6 - WASH TATTOO AREA
Wash the tattoo area with regular soap and water, ensuring clean hands before touching the wound.
STEP 7 - DRY WITH CLEAN PAPER
Pat the area dry with clean paper, avoiding rubbing to minimize irritation.
STEP 8 - OINTMENT AND PADS AGAIN
Apply a small amount of ointment and repeat the previous steps for 2-3 days until the sheets come off clean. Continuously use ointment for 10 to 14 days to prevent dryness and maintain skin health.
YOU CAN CUT THE PADS
Please do not create a mosaic of tiny little pads. You can cut the pad once, otherwise they will not work as designed.
SLEEP WITH THE PADS ON
You do not need to wake up in the middle of the night to change your pads. Yes, it means your pads are on for a little longer, but due to the fact that you’re moving a lot less, then you’ll bleed a little less as well. So it all evens out. Sleeping with the pads on is definitely the most comfortable option available. Trust us, we’ve tried, many times.