How long should you put ointment on your tattoo?
The ointment is for moisturizing and to help healing. Continue using it until the scabs form, then you can switch to a good lotion instead. If you moisturize your tattoos, they last longer and don't fade as quickly.
Yes you should be applying a light layer of unscented ointment / lotion 2-4 times a day until your tattoo heals. You're tattoo is still healing as it's going through the pealing stage and it can take 2-4 weeks for a tattoo to heal.
You put accid on the burn to cool it off
Aquaphor is a good ointment alternative compared to A&D ointment. Aquaphor can be found at most stores in the same area Vaseline will be. Remember, don't put too much on the tattoo because it'll fade out the ink. A little goes a long way.
Yes Bacitracin or Aquaphor ointment for the first 2-3 weeks... and moisturize always! Never let your tattoo get dry... that's how it fades!
If you have a new tattoo it isn't recommended to have your tattoo in water for an extended amount of time. If you are going in the water you could use medical tape, saran wrap, and whatever ointment your tattooist recommends for the healing process. I, personally, would put ointment on the tattoo, cover it with the saran wrap and then use the medical tape to hold it on. Doesn't sound very attractive, but it… Read More
You should wait at least a week to put sunscreen on a tattoo. This gives the tattoo time to heal properly. Sunscreen also helps a tattoo from fading in the sun.
You want a good thick lotion once your tattoo has healed. If it is a new tattoo, use an antibiotic ointment or cream to help it heal faster without scarring.
you wash it with dial soap and put some a&d ointment on it
Never, use aquaphor!
I have 5 tattoos and on all of mine I have put A & D ointment on them, it helps the healing process and protects the skin. I highly recommend it
What is the best ointment to put on your tattoos after getting one at a local locaition like alco or brookshires?
Any sort of lanolin based balm will be great for your tattoo. You should be able to find most anywhere.
Yes, but you need to make sure infection doesn't set in.. After the tattoo is done, put antibiotic ointment and a bandage on it for afew days to a week (change frequently)
regular unscented soap, as bad as it hurts make sure you kind of scrub. then after put A&D ointment on it.
Antibiotic ointment such as neosporn will trap in heat on your burn . So the answer is no , you should not. The best thing to do is put ice on it. :)
Burn ointment. DO NOT put vasaline on it.
You do not want your tattoo to dry out and scab up right after you got iit else it splits the onk always keep it moist
Antibiotic ointment can be put on some flesh wounds. It can help to reduce the risk of infection. Antibiotic ointment should not be used on flesh wounds that are deep and require stitches.
No. Kevin Jonas was wearing a long sleeved shirt that day. They drew the picture on his arm before hand and then later they rolled up his sleeve to reveal it. I know this because: 1. My brother has several tattoos and after you get one you have to wear a bandage over it and put ointment over it. Also, you should not wear clothing over it after you get a tattoo. 2. The tattoo… Read More
in making an ampalaya ointment we should get a drop of blood from a todd, put a leydig cells on the chair and kill all the people around you
He put some ointment on his sunburn.
Like you should put ointment everywhere it will help your skin glow
IT USUALLY TAKES ABOUT 2 WEEKS FOR AT TATTOO TO HEAL, I THINK YOU HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL ALL THE SCABS ARE GONE AND TALK TO WHOEVER DID YOUR TATTOO BEFORE YOU PUT ANY SUNBLOCK ON
She put ointment on her rash.
No it cant, Go to the doctor and they should give you some ointment to put on it.
A & D OINTMENT OR IF YOU PREFER A POWDER USE MEDICATED LIKE GOLDBOND
NO. Vaseline will cause it to fade prematurely, as will petroleum jelly. ----- It would be best to use a unscented lotion (Fragrance Free). Lubriderm is what I have always used. A&D ointment has always worked well too. Try and steer away from using Triple Anti-biotics and such.
The Tattoo is permanent. You need to keep it moist with something like A&D ointment to protect it. This will help it heal and reduce scabbing and itching. The ink will not come out if you cover it. If you need to cover it for some reason (like hiding it from your parents) keep A&D on it and cover with a bandaid that is BREATHABLE! your tattoo needs air circulation to help heal just like… Read More
Yes it can, but there is a secret to using any antibiotic ointment: Dont use very much of it... In fact if you can see it on the new tattoo you probably are using too much... Antibiotic companies want you to use lots of it so they can sell you more...Dont do it...The new tattoo needs the air as much as anything to heal, so make sure you use as little as possible. Wash the… Read More
It should stop hurting in about a day. Make sure you wash it well and put a little peroxide or antibacterial ointment on it. It will be completely gone in about three days as long as you don't keep touching it and breaking the scab that forms.
As a noun. E.g. "My son had a cut and I rubbed ointment on it."
I think that you should get a tattoo where it means the most to you. You can still have a visible tattoo and cover it when you need to. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6ZfPz98Jv0
Get it off quickly and don't do it again, use moisturisers instead because vaseline can blur and blotch your tattoo if it is applied early after you got your tattoo
yes as long as you cover it
Short answer: Forever. Long answer: About 3 weeks. After you come home from the tattoo parlor, remove the bandage and wash it with an anti-bacterial soap. Pat dry with a clean (preferably sterile) cloth. Then proceed to apply a high quality color and fragrance free lotion. You should do this about two-three times daily for about two weeks, and then about once a day for an additional week. By then your tattoo should be healed… Read More
She should get one on her arm or back.
You should wait until it's finished bleeding and oozing. So Ideally no less than 4 hours and no more than 12. Then you should wash it and dry it. Then put the tegaderm on and leave it on for 3-5 days.
You should first put some disinfectant on it. Then maybe after it settles you can put some ointment on it.(such as neosporin) If you have pre-wrap or some sort of ace bandage make sure to put that on.
You put a bandage on and ointment
You should not squeeze a small cut in order bleed out germs. You should wash the cut with soap and water. You also want to put antibiotic ointment on the cut.
If you don't know, then you shouldn't get the tattoo. A tattoo is permanent, and must be something you are comfortable with, and which means something to you. Getting a wording tattooed onto yourself because some stranger suggested it is ridiculous.
Usually, ice. It might depend on why it's swollen, though. If it is swollen from a sting or an allergic reaction, an ointment would be better.
The best ointment for cuts that you can purchase without a prescription is Neosporin or the store brand equivalent. In my experience, the best prescription ointment for cuts is Bactroban (or mupirocin/generically).
I had my first one nearly 2 weeks ago and the stages were: -check out the tattoo parlour -book my tattoo and give them the design so they can make a stencil -on the day make sure you eat and take a drink -skin is cleaned and stencil is put on so you can make sure your happy with the design and placement (make sure you say if your not happy) -skin is cleaned again… Read More
There are only few ways you can make a tattoo feel less painful. No matter what you do, it will still get swollen, and it will still itch, and it will still be painful. There are tips for the Tattoo artist that help the process of tattooing less painful. When the tattoo artist is working it helps a lot if he/she uses their other hand to stretch the skin. Stretching the skin can make it… Read More
It would be unwise to put a tattoo over the site where surgery is going to occur. However if you want to put a tattoo in a place other than the surgical site, it is probably ok to do so as long as you consider a) the standard risks, b) tell your nursing team/doctors that you have a recent tattoo, since they'll need to be aware of this to be able to carefully move you… Read More
400 to 450 grams est.
you can put polysporin or ozonol they both work good but just a thin layer of it just enough to say it's there like it should soke into your skin in like 3 minutes if not it will suck the ink out of your tattoo hope this helps
First off, determine what is causing your rash. If you are using an anti-biotic ointment such as triple antibiotic or neosporin then you may be allergic to neomyacin, one of the three parts of neosporin or triple a. Three out of every hundred people are allergic to neomyacin. You could be one of them.. Simply discontinue using the ointment will cause the rash to go away. Then use a good skin moisturizer, such as lubriderm… Read More
A wrist tattoo feels painful when you are getting the tattoo put on.
put some A&D ointment on it