Tattoo Armour Bandage
What is The Tattoo Armour Bandage?
Tattoo Armor Sheets, specially designed sterile pads, offer excellent absorption capabilities to safeguard the skin and efficiently soak up any surplus fluids from a newly inked tattoo. This is a great alternative to Saniderm and you do not have to worry about latex or tape adhesive allergies.
You will have the option to purchase The Tattoo Armour bandage after your appointment, this will come with the tape and bandage tape you will need to secure your pads.
From this point on, your tattoo artist is no longer responsible for any infections or problems you may have with your tattoo if you don’t take proper care of it, please review the information before and after your appointment.
It is very important that you follow these guidelines since your tattoo is an open wound.
Wash your hands every time before removing your bandage, washing your tattoo or applying aftercare.
I generally do not recommend petroleum based ointments in my aftercare:
Aquaphor, Vaseline, A&D.
Tattoo Armour - First Bandage
Your artist has wrapped your tattoo so keep the sheets on for 6 to 8 hours and remove them without much discomfort. The absorbed plasma may resemble the tattoo image.
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.
After washing your hands thoroughly, remove the bandage and discard in the waste bin.
Using warm water and antibacterial unscented soap, gently wash away any glide, plasma, or blood away with your fingers to completely clean the area.
Do not use a washcloth or anything abraisive.
Use a clean paper towel to gently pat the area dry. Since paper towels are disposable it is the cleanest way to dry your tattoo.
Apply a small amount of Hustle Butter.
Warm up the product by rubbing it together with your fingers, a little goes a long way so make sure to not over do it. Blot the any excess with a paper towel before applying the new pad.
Apply new pad
Follow the angle your artist applied your first sheet and securely wrap it in place with bandage wrap. You don't want to have any gaps in the bandage for dander or bacteria to get in.
You can cut the pad once, otherwise they will not work as designed.
Repeat the steps until your tattoo no longer leaves an imprint on the pads.
Continuously use Hustle Butter or Lotion for 2 - 3 weeks or until healed to prevent dryness and maintain skin health.