How Do I Clean My Piercing?

There are few things scarier for a piercing artist than caring for your piercing incorrectly. One of the main reasons people ignore piercings is a lack of training from their piercing. That's why our piercers always provide a follow-up care plan and instructions for cleaning the piercing.

Even with the right knowledge, attention is sometimes lost. We've all been there before, the first few days piercing treatment has top priority. But when the initial excitement subsides it feels more like a tedious job. You can visit to purchase piercing spray.

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Regular cleaning is not just about preventing infection. This will help your piercing heal faster and heal properly so you get the look you want. Moreover, discomfort is minimized during the healing process.

Cleaning with soap should be done once a day, and salt soaking once or twice a day. As important as cleaning your piercing is, don't overdo it.

Cleaning the piercing means touching the piercing and touching too much will irritate it. This is especially true in the first few weeks of treatment.

Some piercers even recommend sea salt spray so you can't touch your piercing while cleaning. However, there has been some discussion on this issue. Some say the spray should be used in addition to soaking in salt, while others advise against using it completely. 

When you get your piercing, the studio experts will give you a clear plan and instructions for cleaning and caring for your piercing. They are happy to answer any questions you may have during the piercing or after treatment.

Importance Of Cleaning A New Tattoo?

Tattoos are unique areas of damage that are created in a controlled and aseptic (clean) manner. Therefore, the treatment of the tattooed area can be treated specifically.

After the artist completes the tattoo, they usually clean the area, apply a follow-up cream, and then apply an occlusive film. At this point, a scab begins to form. For that, you need ink seal foam cleanser 1.7oz tattoos & piercings aftercare.

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Beneath the skin, areas of flowing damage allow platelets to accumulate on the tattoo's surface. To prevent further scab formation, it is necessary to remove platelets.

Detergents are designed to effectively remove stored blood without causing irritation or discomfort.

After this area has been carefully cleaned with cleansing foam as directed and allowed to dry, apply a thin layer of Protat Soothing Cream or Protat Premium Cream to obtain a semipermeable membrane on the tattoo.

The cleaning foam design is intentionally NOT antibacterial. Tattoos applied by professional artists are done using clean and aseptic techniques to avoid the entry of "bad" bacteria. The skin has a natural and friendly population of bacteria that helps protect the wound surface.

Therefore, using an antibacterial product will kill all bad bacteria, if any, but will also significantly reduce the natural bacterial population, leaving the skin without its primary defense mechanism.

Natural aloe and vitamin E provide extra care, and the lack of perfume reduces the fear of allergies or irritation.