It’s not exactly painful, more like uncomfortable. Tattooing is often described as a burning or stinging sensation, but this varies from person to person. Some even find the process pleasant, and a few might fall asleep during it! Generally, the anticipation and fear of pain are worse than the actual experience. However, certain body parts like bones, joints, ribs, the groin area, and places with thinner skin are more sensitive.

First and foremost, we recommend considering a tattoo carefully so that you don’t have to deal with removing it in the future. However, if such a situation arises, you can have the tattoo removed gradually with a laser or covered up with another tattoo if the current one does not suit you.

Scars usually aren’t a problem, but it’s best to consult with the tattoo artist. As for moles, we recommend not tattooing over them without a dermatologist’s approval.

Ideally, autumn, winter, and spring, to avoid complications with sun exposure and swimming. But you can get a tattoo any time, provided you follow the aftercare instructions.

For the first two weeks, stay out of the sun, avoid swimming, and skip saunas. Treat your tattoo as an open wound that needs to heal properly.

We recommend rescheduling if you’re ill. Getting a tattoo is a skin intervention, and your immune system plays a crucial role in healing.

Yes, we ensure a sterile and clean environment for every customer.

It’s generally best to avoid alcohol before your session, especially for large or complex tattoos

Unfortunately, you should wait. Tattoos are not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women.

The price varies based on size, design complexity, color, and skin type. For an estimate, email us with your design and details.

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1st – 3rd DAY
Cover the tattoo with spray / Dermalize film, which will loosen by itself after 2-4 days. Do not leave it on for more than 4 days. After removing the film, rinse the tattoo with lukewarm clean water and use antibacterial soap. Keep the washing brief to prevent the tattoo from getting too wet. Pat the tattoo dry gently with a clean paper towel. Avoid peeling off any skin if it occurs. Lightly moisten the area before gently peeling.

3rd – 21st DAY
Wash the tattoo quickly 3 – 5 times a day with antibacterial soap and pat dry with a paper towel. Allow the tattoo to breathe. Stay away from dusty and unclean environments! After washing, apply a very thin layer of Bepanthen Plus. Itching may occur as the top layer of skin or scabs peel off during healing.

Resist the urge to scratch or peel anything off, as this can lead to color loss and reduced tattoo quality. Avoid saunas, solariums, pools, swimming in ponds or rivers, etc.

Only take showers, not baths. Keep the tattoo away from direct sunlight and solarium exposure. Tattoos are susceptible to infection. Getting a tattoo is more uncomfortable than painful.

 The sensation varies, ranging from a burning or stinging feeling. Some people even find tattooing relaxing, and a few might fall asleep during the process. Generally, the anticipation and fear of pain are worse than the actual sensation.

Certain body parts are more sensitive to tattoo, such as over bones, joints, ribs, the groin, and areas with thinner, more sensitive skin.

It’s advisable to avoid exercise for the first three days. After that, you can resume working out.

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