But after that pain every time I walk by a mirror I have to stop and look at my tattoo. I am incredibly happy with the work my mom has done on me,the colors are beautiful,the lines look even better than I expected,I am just beyond belief happy about it. In my opinion the pain was worth it. It is fantastic(:
The brand of ink we used,what brand of numbing cream we could've used,and the after care products.
Mom's Ink: No I am not being sarcastic that is literally the brand of ink,we found it on Ebay if I'm correct but I'm almost positive you can look it up on Google and it will give you links on where to buy it. But keep in mind it is not cheap at all,it is incredibly expensive.
Dr. Numbs:This numbing cream is one of the biggest known,it is used by professionals everywhere, again I'm pretty sure we bought it on Ebay but it can be found on Google. This cream is also not cheap and it doesn't go a long way. A full tube only covers about the size of the palm of your hand tattooing area,and each tube is if I'm correct over $20.
A+D Ointment: This can be found at Walmart,it's inexpensive and it works well. When buying this you do not want the cream that it white,you want it to be a yellowish clear color. DO NOT use Neosporin it will draw out the ink and ruin your tattoo.
If possible buy the one in a box. But if you'd like buy the one in the tub. BUT make sure it is the right color the label can look like this one above,the purple label is usually the white cream which is not the one you want so make sure to check,were not trying to heal baby rashes were trying to heal tattoos. A little will go a long way. Make sure to only use enough that keeps the tattoo moist,if you put too much it will suffocate the tattoo and prevent it from healing.
Curel Lotion: This can also be found at Walmart,it is also inexpensive. So far this is the best lotion we have found. BUT you want the unscented Curel lotion because the fragrances will do damage to your tattoo as well. A little will go a long way. Again only use enough to keep it moist.
This information is easily found on the internet but don't believe everything the internet says make sure to believe the information that is repeated in multiple articles. For more after care information you can find it on the internet or email me because we have done all the research already. Please note that I am NOT a professional tattoo artist and neither are my parents,we did not create these products. There is so much more after care information you need to take care of your tattoo properly until it is entirely healed. So please if you have ANY questions feel free to reach me on my Facebook or email which I will have posted below.
I hope this helped a little on the information you may have needed. Tattoos are a great way of expressing yourself but should be taken seriously because getting a tattoo removed is much more expensive than actually getting one. So think it over before you get a tattoo. Thanks for reading. Follow me!! (: