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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers from our users:

✅❓ Does my tattoo have to be similar to someone else's?

🖐🏽 Greetings from Tepoztlán 👽.
The tattoo is not a cap, shoes or pants that you see someone wearing and you want it too. Find the tattoo artist that matches the quality and style you are looking for, pay the corresponding advance for his/her services, talk to him/her about your tastes, your children, favorite colors and shapes, themes, etc., and he/she will be in charge of creating a unique design for you. Otherwise you run the risk of bringing a tattoo on your skin that did not reach the quality of the photo you saw, plus you will have someone else's story on your skin, someone else's children and someone else's likes.
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✅❓ Why doesn't it hurt to get a tattoo where it hurts others?

Much is determined by the individual characteristics of each body, therefore, the map of pain of a tattoo is very, very dependent on EACH PERSON.

✅❓ Do you get a tattoo under general anesthesia?

No not at all !!!. Because anesthesia, even local, causes considerable damage to the body. If the pain from the tattoo seems unbearable, it is best to leave the tattoo altogether.

✅❓ Can I get a tattoo while pregnant?

🚫 Greetings from Tepoztlán 👽
I want to share some information about tattoos and pregnancy. 🟩It is a question that I frequently see in many groups and here is a bit of it.
It is NOT recommended to get a tattoo during pregnancy, a tattoo not only has to do with aesthetics but also with health.
It is totally irresponsible to want to tattoo yourself at this stage. NO doctor would recommend that you get a tattoo while pregnant, NO ethical tattoo artist would give you that tattoo while pregnant. A TATTOO IS FOREVER WHAT'S THE HURRY? A SON... WHY RISK HIM? Of course, nothing may happen, but there is a risk and as long as this risk exists, the answer will always be NO.
Getting a tattoo stimulates your immune system and in any other case this could be very beneficial for your body👍, but speaking of a pregnancy this is different👎. One of the main risks is when you are getting the tattoo, during pregnancy you should not expose yourself to stressful situations: especially physical, since you are more delicate and glucose levels can drop very rapidly in your body, ( this happens even without the need for a pregnancy, and it happens to men and women alike when they get tattooed) in the best cases it will only be a faint and a fright but in a very possible and probable case it could cause a miscarriage.
🌿Another reason is that the ink components are made with vegetable, mineral, chemical and even animal elements depending on the brand, introduce your body substances of any kind cause the immune system to release a torrent of other chemicals to react or defend itself, but in a pregnancy this is more likely to cause you to go into shock from an immune or allergic reaction: blood pressure drops suddenly and the airways narrow, which prevents breathing and causes the pulse to become weak or rapid and this is not a positive thing for the prenatal stage.
Another risk is an infection, if it is mild you are saved; but if it is serious due to a bad application, bad materials or bad careful You will not be able to be taking medications so easily to attack it, affecting your baby again.
Breastfeeding is similar for the same reasons as your body's immune system and chemistry will be busy healing or preventing anything about the wound and ink instead of just focusing on what it should be doing. There are people to whom absolutely none of this has happened, but why risk a baby just because of a tattoo.
Good day to all.
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✅❓ What to do if the pain worsens during the session?

The reasons can be many, from severe stress and panic attacks to anaphylactic shock and fainting spells. And in general, the pain threshold for a tattoo is different for everyone. If the client feels slightly unwell, it is better to refuse further work. In case of an inadequate reaction of the body, it is better to call a doctor.

✅❓ What ointment or cream to use to heal a Tattoo?

  • Eucerin the aquaphor
  • Nivea or Eucerin cream
  • Washing with neutral soap three times a day and applying Bepanthen cream gave me very good results.
  • Bepanthen
  • Vlanc+piur
  • Bepanthen is definitely the most recommended, it heals quickly and you are not at risk, do not experiment with other types of "alternatives", so to speak, it may not be viable

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✅❓ Why choose between black or color tattoo?

If you are making a tattoo according to an individual sketch, ask the teacher to draw it in two versions: b/n and color. It may cost you a little more, but it will be easier for you to decide. By the way, a black and white tattoo black HE you can easily do in color by adding new elements to it. If you can't decide on a sketch for a long time, it is better to choose one that does not contain large solid elements; it will be difficult to "fit" them into the framework of the new drawing.

Much also depends on the master. If you dare to entrust your body to a beginner with little experience, then it is better to make only a black and white drawing, since tattoos of colors are the highest skill level. Of course, if we are not talking about small images in 1-2 colors, but about large "canvases" with a three-dimensional effect. It makes sense to make such tattoos only from trusted masters with extensive experience. Because it will take longer and more expensive to remove a large multi-color drawing than a monochrome one.

One more point: colored tattoos often require tone correction. The fact is that the black pigment is the most persistent, it retains the contrast with the skin color longer. But pink, yellow, blue and other light pigments fade faster under the influence of ultraviolet rays.

✅❓ Does anyone know if I can get a tattoo giving the Breast, Breastfeeding or Lactating?

Taking the necessary hygiene precautions to avoid the spread of an infectious disease, the answer is YES, you can get a tattoo even if you are breastfeeding your child.
The tattoo ink stays on the skin, it does not pass into the blood, so in no case will it pass into the milk. Your baby is safe. That was passed on to me by my doctor when I told him that he could tattoo me.
What you should avoid is tattooing your nipple or areola, because in that case the baby could ingest any of the toxic products used in tattoos, of course you should look for a place that meets the hygienic and sanitary requirements that ensure you the necessary sterility of the instruments used, in order to avoid contagion of diseases.
– ALWAYS CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR BEFORE DOING IT –

✅❓ Is it normal for a two-day tattoo to actually come out ink?

  • Do you know what's up? That he put too much ink on you looks very relief so it is normal for all that extra ink to come out, keep curing it 3 times a day and apply well the cream recommended by your tattoo artist
  • It is the excess of ink and it is fine but it is not so much that you have to expel, just try to wash it 3 times a day with neutral soap and keep it hydrated
  • It may be, don't be scared, the first week is the most important, keep taking care of it and keep the sun out

✅❓ Is it really necessary to put body cream on a tattoo after seeing the scar cream left?

  • It is recommended to use rehydrating cream for tattoos
  • My tattoo was like this but I started using vitamin E super good I recommend it
  • My tattoo artist recommended me to use lubridem blue cap That helps the color stay alive. I'm using it once a day, don't apply too much because it over hydrates.
  • If you must use the lubrirdem blue and for eayos uv sunscreen
  • Use special Cream to hydrate and maintain the color of the tattoo; Vacelin covers the pores

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✅❓ Is it true that finger tattoos fade or run easily?

    • If they take care of themselves as they should be since they are tattooed on their fingers, they do not fade!! do not use chlorine or other solvents that can damage the ink, avoid scratching when they begin to heal, use moisturizing ointments such as bepanthen, etc.
    • Yes, they have to be touched up every so often due to the area they are in but they are beautiful