You’re looking to optimize the healing of your brand new tattoo with the TatuDerm clear barrier film In today’s episode, Tania Barbe shows you stepbystep how to properly apply and remove the film from your sensitive skin As the Founder of Bad Ink Be Gone an author, and a chick with bad tattoos Tania’s helped thousands of people free themselves of their bad ink! Now, she’s on a mission to do the same for you! Hey guys, Tania Barbe here again from Bad Ink Be Gone! As you might have seen from another one of my tutorials.
I got myself the most kickass tattoo coverup yesterday to cover up some scar tissue that I had from some laser tattoo removal sessions that went terribly wrong Now, in terms of tattoo aftercare I personally find that the best way to heal a brand new tattoo is to keep it covered and sealed so that it heals in a moist environment Not only is this gonna allow you to keep going with your everyday activities because it’s covered but it’ll also prevent a scab from forming it’ll reduce the amount of itching.
And it’s also gonna result in your tattoo colors looking really vibrant You guys might already have heard me talk about TatuDerm before, which is a medicalgrade sterile film that only sticks to dry skin so that means it’s not gonna stick to your weeping tattoo but only to the dry skin around it So this was applied to my tattoo yesterday and about 24 hours later this is what the film looks like You can see that there’s a bit of fluid built up under there so it’s time for me to now do.
A second application with a brand new film TatuDerm comes in different formats They make a 6×8 single sheet a 6×4 single sheet and they also make 2 different sizes of rolls I’m gonna be using the roll for this myself because I like the idea of having a roll that you can trim from to be able to fit the exact shape and size of your tattoo Now, when you look at this roll you see that there’s a paper in the back of it and there’s a big slit here in the middle.
When you’re gonna be trimming your piece you wanna make sure to get that slit in there somehow, because that’s what’s gonna help you peel the paper from the back of the film And you also want to allow about an inch outside of your tattoo area so that this sticks to the dry skin around your tattoo And keep in mind that you can layer these one on top of the other and you don’t need to hold everything in place with tape I wanted to shoot a tutorial on tattoo aftercare.
For you guys because I wanna show you exactly how to change your TatuDerm There’s really specific steps that you need to follow so that you don’t irritate your skin in the process and so that you don’t frustrate the hell out of yourself applying the brand new TatuDerm So a few things that you need to know before getting started first off, make sure that your hands are clean you’re also gonna need a clean pair of scissors Get yourself a gentle, antibacterial liquid soap I personally prefer the Dial myself.
And also get yourself a whole bunch of clean paper towels I don’t recommend that you use any type of linen facecloth or towels for this because those can harbour bacteria So I’m gonna be using the paper towels and I’m also gonna be using them to protect my clothing too So to take off your initial layer of the TatuDerm you’re gonna wanna start by either an edge or a corner, and just peel it back really slowly onto itself, not away from the body Ok so just like this.
Gently. peeling it off. onto itself Ok so now we can throw this away and the next step is to gently clean this with the Dial antibacterial soap and then you wanna gently pat it dry with some paper towels No rubbing whatsoever just some gentle patting motions Ok so now that I have the film on my skin it’s time to gently peel back the paper from the back of the film So that’s where that slit comes really handy Because if you don’t have that slit in your piece.
You’re gonna frustrate yourself trying to peel that from the corner So just gently, a little bit at a time just peel the paper back onto itself Really slowly. There’s one piece Let me grab the other one here Just like this And you’re golden! One thing about using TatuDerm is that you don’t need to have an antibacterial ointment under there because TatuDerm is an antibacterial shield in itself and it’ll keep all of the external bacteria off of your skin and it’s also gonna keep your own bodily fluids contained.
So this second application should stay in place for a couple more days And after that, I’m just gonna keep it uncovered and just apply something to it topically to keep it hydrated I really like the Rose Tattoo Aftercare Liquid Serum myself because it’s USDA certified organic But basically you can use anything that’s gentle and that’ll keep your skin hydrated as part of your tattoo aftercare over the next few days So I hope this tutorial was helpful and that it showed you the importance of having a proper tattoo aftercare routine.
How to Do Natural FaceLifts Client Evaluation For The Natural Facelift
On behalf of expertvillage, my name is Angie Yarid from LA Wax and Skincare Center in Miami, Florida and today we’ll be talking about the natural facelift. The very first thing that we’re going to do is to do an evaluation of our client’s skin. This is our client Mary which you have met before and let’s take a closer look at her skin, she has combination skin where she has a lot of oil right here in her ttone area and she has a little bit of large pores and some discoloration. So what we’re going to do now is to do our.
AmputeeOT I tattooed my residual limb for Science!
Hi everybody this is Christina the AmputeeOT recently I got a tattoo for science on my residual limb About a year ago I decided that it would be a really cool idea if I got a tattoo on my residual limb so I went to the Amputee Coalition of America Facebook page, and I asked Has anybody else ever tattooed their residual limb Now, I’m not talking about tattoos that you got before your amputation I’m not talking about tattoos people have got if they don’t wear a prostheses I’m talking about tattooing your lower limb.
When you wear a prosthesis everyday. I wanted to know things like How well does it heal How do you get it to heal Is this even a good idea Is it going to hurt to walk on your prosthesis I’m going to have to walk around with crutches or in a wheelchair for two weeks while my tattoo heals nobody really had a good answer for me Most of the comments on the Amputee Coalition of America Facebook Page Were along the lines of Why on earth would you do that.
It’s gonna be covered up anyway Nobody’s going to see it. You’re putting yourself at risk of infection That’s a bad idea As you may have guessed, I kind of like tattoos. So yeah! I got my body tattooed for science! Here’s my tattoo, right now it’s six days old, and it’s in a sort of peely phase where the skin on the very surface peels off which happens with all tattoos. I would say if you want to get your residual limb tattooed you definitely should not do it if you are in any way immunocompromised.
Or if you have diabetes or problems healing anything. If you have a little bit of an issue with hygiene and keeping your residual limb clean sometimes you absolutely should not a tattoo on your residual limb because if you don’t keep your residual limb clean, you can expose yourself to risk of infections Because I have so many tattoos I have developed a way of healing then that works for me that is evidencebased There is a little bit of an issue in the tattoo industry with exactly how to.
Heal a tattoo. There’s a lot of folk tales about the best remedies for healing a tattoo Be that AD ointment or covering it with a bandage or leaving it uncovered or not scratching it or using lotion or not using neosporin and unfortunately there’s not a whole lot of evidence in the tattoo industry about the best way to heal tattoos but there is a whole lot evidence in the medical industry about how to heal wounds such as burns or other surface wounds or road rash I think the best medical analog to a tattoo.
Is road rash and the best way to heal road rash is through moist wound healing actually to be honest there’s a whole lot ofreally strong evidence that moist wound healing is the best way to heal a wound moist wound healing is basically the idea of keeping the wound moist but not soaked in order for the skin to epithelialize and the earlier it can epithelialize the better your wound will heal. And a tattoo basically is is that it’s a wound. I use this stuff called Landerm you can also use Tegaderm or Opsite Flexifilm.
They are all basically the same thing. This is an occlusive bandage that sticks to your skin and doesn’t come off but it also is vapor permeable so it allows some vapor transference through the film. To heal my tattoo, I applied Landerm immediately after the tattoo was finished after cleansing the tattoo with Hibiclens In addition to using the Hibiclens and Landerm on my tattoo I also cleaned my liner and my residual limb with the Hibiclens to retard any bacterial growth that might be possible just to limit the chances of an infection even more.
I was really curious as to whether or not my residual limb would be too sore after getting a tattoo on it to wear my prosthesis and I’m happy to report that well it was definitely a little sore it was not even sore enough to make me limp. if that tells you anything it just basically kinda felt like a mild sunburn and if you’ve got tattooed before you know the tattoos go through this Kind of itchy phase. My tattoo of my residual limb did not go through an itchy phase at all.
And I actually got the bunny tattoo that I showed you on the same day and the bunny tattoo did go through an itchy phase obviously getting a tattoo is not without its risks but when you’re getting a tattoo on your residual limb where there may be scarring or nerve damage or issues with healing and then you’re putting that limb into a prosthesis all day you can see why there is a little bit of an additional risk to getting a tattoo you on the residual limb however I think if you.
Really want to get one there are ways you can minimize that risk step 1 is to wash your liner and the residual limb with Hibiclens before you go into your tattoo session step 2 is to get your super awesome rad tattoo step 3 is to wait about 20 minutes before you apply the occlusive bandage step 4 is to clean your residual limb especially the new tattoo with Hibiclens and let dry completely apply the occlusive bandage and then leave it on unless there is a lot of discharge underneath it.
And if there is just switch up for new peace step 5 is to clean your residual limb and your liner with Hibiclens every day for about a week you know what Now what. what step were we on Step eleventy is to enjoy your awesome tattoo that people are only allowed to see when you let them. All in all it was definitely successful I don’t know if I would necessarily recommend that you get your residual residual limb tattooed but if you do plan on getting your residual limb tattoed and you want to follow the.
Healing protocol I followed by myself, click down into the description and I will have the entire protocol laid out step by step to the you know what to do and what not to do if you’ve gotten attached to any residual limb or if you’re thinking about getting a tattoo on your residual limb I definitely want hear what you have to say in the comments below so let me know okay everybody that’s all for now I hope you enjoyed this tutorial if you have any questions you can leave them in the comments section below you.
Getting a Tattoo Maintenance Tips How to Get a Virtually PainFree Tattoo
With a tattoo it’s an incredibly minimal superficial wound. Like it I mean it’s everybody thinks, oh it’s going to the bone. No it’s not going to the bone. It’s just barely scratching the surface of the skin. As far as pain goes, getting tattooed isn’t very painful. Some body parts do hurt more then others, like knee caps, the back of the knees, elbows. There are, there are sensitive areas too, all over the body that pretty much anywhere where it would feel really good for somebody to kiss you, is not going to feel good to.
Get a tattoo, but the truth is the pain is very minimal. It’s like a pressing down with a pin really hard. There’s all kinds of salves and ointments and crap that are sold online that people bring in and like, I want to put this on there but the truth is we don’t know what chemical reaction that might have with the inks. We are not going to use it. You don’t need it. If it was something extreme like scrotum tattooing or something insane like that. Then there might be a need for that but just a regular tattoos they’re not.
How to Get a Tattoo How Long Will a Tattoo Take
Hi, my name is Shotsie Gorman. I’m here as a tattoo artist, a professional tattoo artist for Expert Village. Okay Yeah. Well, generally speaking, it’s really dependant on the size ot the tattoo and the number of hours that one would have to spend with the tattooing actually happening. Some people can sit comfortably for four or five hours, and some people hit their limit at two. A tattoo of this size generally would be done comfortably in two sittings. But Luke is here for a short period of time, and we’re going to try to get as.
Much done as we can. Again, it depends on his comfort zone. The benefit to doing it twice is certainly less stress in the process, and also where it heals, there are times where it heals that you get a little variation in the healing. You might have lines that are not as soft as you would want them to be, or color which is not as intact as you would hope. And you get that opportunity to go back and address those. But alot of it has to do with circumstances. Also I have to say here that I’ve been tattooing for twentyeight.
Fashion Style Tips How to Get a Tattoo or Body Piercing
Hi, my name is Rachel, and I’m the owner of austinstylewatch, street fashion site, and I’m also a freelance fashion reporter, and today, we’re going to talk about how to get a tattoo or a piercing. This is a really broad topic, so I’m going to try to cover as much of it, as I can, and we’re going to start with the considerations you need to make, before you ever even step foot into a tattoo or piercing parlor, and that is, to think about where you want this tattoo, and evaluate that area, for how it will stretch,.
How it will age, and if it will show, or inhibit your career, so the first thing you’re going to want to know, is an area like your belly, when you’re going to get pregnant, that little sunflower you get there when you’re young, is going to turn into like a full sun, by the time you get pregnant. It’s something to think about, if you’re getting it for when the breast area or thighs, it’s going to stretch with age. If it’s also an area with a lot of sun exposure, we’re talking in your upper arms, your back, and you’re in a sunny climate,.
And you’re out in the sun a lot, the tattoo is not going to age well. It’s going to fade, and it’s going to need a lot of touch ups. Another thing to think about, will this inhibit your career If you’re having a tattoo on a part of your body, your hands, your arms, your neck, your face. It could really inhibit your career. It could stop you from getting hired at a place. It could keep you from public appearances, so just make a consideration and realize, that you have to be willing to cover that with makeup, every single day,.
Or always wear long sleeves, if that’s the spot you’re going to choose. The final thing you should really consider, is the pain level. Know what your pain tolerance is, and when you look at that area, if it’s got a lot of fat on it, like your haunches, or it’s really close to bone, like on some lower parts of your leg, it’s going to be a painful tattoo, so just be willing to accept that, so the next thing you’d want to do, is look at the possible tattooing and piercing parlors, and find one that you trust, and that’s good.
There’s some websites online where you can check certification for piercing parlors, and for tattoo parlors, so that you know you’re getting something safe. Your piercing tattoo artist, should always wear gloves, open a new needle from a pack, everything should be sterilized. If you see anything out of the ordinary when you go, get out of there. Also, take a look at their portfolio. See past work they’ve done, if it’s something you like. Things you’re going to want to bring with you, an ID. They’re going to check if.
You’re 18 or up. If you’re not, you need to have a parental guardian with you, an ID, and sometimes in some areas, a birth certificate. For me personally, when I got my belly button ring done in Texas, I had to have a notarized birth certificate and my mother with me, so it’s a little complicated. Another thing you want to do when you get your piercing, get good metal. Don’t get a cheap little, these are very pretty, but the cheap metal is really going to irritate your skin, so make sure they put something in that’s surgical steel,.
Sandra Introduces Neocutis Perle
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BumpsKelloids All I knowIndustrial Bar Update Brittany Gorman
So hey everyone and its Brittany again so excuse the lighting its one of those janky mornings where I woke up too late I can’t help it but I’m coming at you with the last piercing tutorial I’ll probably ever make until I get another piercing but probably will only show you how I got pierced and if it hurt I don’t like making these tutorials because I I get a lot of feedback on the tutorial but I also get a lot of hate and weirdoes just try, that piercing.
Fetishes it its it’s a weird place and I’ll so just get people who don’t read the description and annotations just kind of don’t listen to what I say in the tutorial and I would like to say this is in my opinion on how I get rid of things like this what works for me anything on this channel is all works for me this is how I did this is how I have this is what we learned and I’m not an expert not a expert try to be I said this I have thought this might put it.
Out there and other tutorial but people don’t really hear it there is no straightforward way of getting rid anything like let’s be honest everyone reacts differently and this is just what my personal opinion quickly out of all that negativity and having to put myself out there hey let’s get into my updated so this is my piercing now nothing has changed from the six months or whatever month I was at when I filmed that tutorial but it’s not pussy i think is fully healed now but not sure and okay so.
What was most requested for me to do this tutorial was to actually just talk about how I got rid of kelloids especially if you have industrial piercing I think ever get this piercing get kelloids I got a whole bunch I got one on the top first one was really small then I got one underneath which is a big one in actually like drained like a liquid came out of it that was bad then I almost got one the bottom didn’t get one I think the higher the cartilage is.
The more irritated it is but how do you get them its pretty much do you didn’t take that great care of your piercing clearly I but a whole bunch on and I touched by piercing a lot your not suppose to do that but like its a thing in your head you want to touch your piercing wanna play with it like it’s a human thing but you’re not supposed to try not to your probably getting because your not clean it properly and touching it those only reasons you probably would get one.
Or your body just really irritated okay so what are there I’m not explain what they are I don’t really know what they are I are things here and there but this is where I get introuble with these tutorials I’m not an expert I don’t know that Google I’m pretty sure they’re just a way your body’s heal training heal over the piercing like the skin is trying to grow over the piercing like that’s why if you get them on like your lobes like it will completely like eat over the piercing.
Which is scary but yea not an expert this is what I think they aren’t just hearsay do better research then I did and how do you get rid of them I’ll well they honestly they will go away on its own like if you take care piercing in just waited out it out this something that takes a long time to get rid of I know you don’t wanna hear that like 0 it going to take few weeks or it’s going to last until you cursing completely healed that’s what happened to me like I tried tea tree oil.
Which helped a little bit on but you know it it only speed it up a little bit like you’re gonna it’s gonna be there for a while I don’t know its just skin it’s a bump its not like a pimple where you can pop it and it will be gone but like its a growth something that takes a little while here so to get rid of it just take good care piercing and don’t touch it that will make it bigger I used to touch this one all day and that’s why I think you got so big.
And like gross and started like to drain so don’t don’t touch it and eventually what happened to mine was as I went to 6 months I think it was I think it was 5 months but the bump flaked off like this skin just flaked off and I had no bump I don’t know if this is normal just happened with the top and bottom so they were done and I was fine I don’t know that normal I really don’t so just care for your piercing I say sea salt solution thats.
The best thing for me I do it with all my piercings I worship that stuff I think thats the best and its natural easy you can make it at home you could buy something I think thats its the best for me and it helps your piercing heal faster so I’ve heard I’m like contradicting myself this entire tutorial i think thats all I have to say on the matter I’m sorry if I didn’t give you answers that you want to know everyone was looking for like this solution I’ll make a kelloids go away but it takes time.