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Our customers deserve the highest level of support, and we work tirelessly to maintain those standards. When you choose to work with our team,

know that you are consistently choosing quality and excellence. Customer service is at the heart of everything that we do.

Saniderm Instructions

- The first piece of Saniderm can be left on your new tattoo for 8 - 24 hours. if you notice excessive weeping or fluid under the Saniderm, replace it with a new piece. 

- After the 24 hour mark, remove the Saniderm gently. Wash the tattoo area with a mild antibacterial soap and allow the area to dry. Once dry, apply  a second sheet of Saniderm. This will stay on for up to 6 days and see you through the peeling stage.

Helpful Tips

- Do not use a washcloth, loofah, or sponge to clean your tattoo. These can be painful to clean a new tattoo with and may harbor bacteria.

 

- The best way to remove Saniderm is to find an edge of the bandage and to pull it back over itself in the direction of hair growth. Pulling upward on the Saniderm can be painful, so we don't recommend it. we suggest removing the Saniderm in a warm shower. The warm water will loosen the adhesive and make it easier to remove.

 

- Make sure you properly apply the Saniderm bandage (all edges are sealed) and leave at least 1 inch buffer around the area of the tattoo. 

- Rounding the corners before application will pulling or peeling of adhesive edges.

Can I shower with it on?

-  Saniderm stays on the skin even when immersed in water, so you are able to shower as normal. It is waterproof, however excessive exposure to water should be avoided because it weaken the adhesive. 

How many pieces should I use?

- We recommend using two to three piece per tattoo, in order to allow ample time for healing. Your first piece may be used for 8 -24 hours and the next pieces should be used 1 - 6 days each depending how much the fluid the tattoo weeps.

Can I sunbathe with it on?

- Saniderm does not contain any kind of  sun protection, so you should avoid prolonged sun or UV ray exposure. We do not recommend exposing your new tattoo to UV rays, EVER - with or without Saniderm. Even after your tattoo is fully healed, continue to use sun protection to maintain the integrity of your tattoo colors.  

Piercing Aftercare Do's and Dont's

- Vitamins and minerals particularly Vitamin C and Zinc help the body regenerate tissue and fight off infection.

 

- For the fastest, easiest healing you should eat well, get plenty of rest and avoid alcohol, caffeine, nicotine and other drugs.

 

For ears, nostrils, septum, navel, nipples, eyebrows, lips and genital piercings:

- We recommend you clean them with a liquid antibacterial soap (such as Soft Soap, Suave etc.) and warm water at least twice a day and no more than four times a day Do not use lotions and other ointments on your piercings (including make-up etc). This will keep the piercing moist and not allow it to heal and possibly cause you problems. Do not use alcohol or peroxide to clean your piercings this will dry them out and cause problems.

 

- We recommend the use of sea salt solution to assist with healing, 1/4 teaspoon organic sea salt to 16-20 ounces of water. Soak the area at least once a day for 10 – 15 minutes. If you are making the solution yourself keep solution in the refrigerator and do not keep it for more than 7 days. After 7 days dispose of it and make a fresh batch. We also offer a superior sterile product called H2Ocean this product is highly recommended.

 

For tongue, lips and cheek piercings: 

 We recommend rinsing your mouth with a Listerine® solution (half Listerine® and half water) after eating, drinking or smoking for the first 10-15 days. Carbamide Peroxide (active ingredient in Gly-Oxide and Peroxyl) is often the cleansing agent suggested for use in oral piercings. You can also use Sea Salt solution as described above as an oral rinse. With tongue piercings there is a possibility of swelling (the reason for the longer barbell) after the swelling has gone down it is recommended that you down size the barbell to one that is comfortable for you after a 2-4 week period. It is important to check the barbell daily to ensure that the beads are tightly secured.

If you are able to take any anti-inflamatory medications (Tylenol®, Motrin®, etc.) prior to being pierced you may take them for swelling or discomfort after you have been pierced.

 

- Oral contact with fresh piercings or handling with unclean hands can cause infections or the transmission of diseases and should be avoided. Genital contact with oral piercings and oral contact with genital piercings is not recommended until completely healed to prevent the possibility of infection or the transmission of disease.

It is important to note that your piercer is neither a medical professional nor an "AFTERCARE POLICE OFFICER". The PIERCEE is responsible for caring for a new piercing using the awareness of there own body and the information provided by the piercer.

- Never handle a a new piercing with dirty hands! Always wash your hands and fingertips well!

- Avoid any introduction of foreign fluid to the pierced area (sweat, blood saliva, etc.) 

- Do not harass the piercings healing process by wearing constrictive clothing or allowing repeated bumping and knocking around of the jewelry. 

- DO NOT remove the jewelry until well after the piercing is completely healed. 


- Do not let anyone touch your tattoo, unless they wash their hands.

Use caution when swimming during healing, poor water quality and high bacteria presence will infect your new piercing. Some people will run Vaseline or Bacitracin liberally through the hole prior to swimming to seal off the exposed tissue temporarily. In this case clean immediately after swimming and do a sea salt soak. We recommend staying out of pools, hot tubs, lakes and the ocean until completely healed.

Our customers deserve the highest level of support, and we work tirelessly to maintain those standards. When you choose to work with our team,

know that you are consistently choosing quality and excellence. Customer service is at the heart of everything that we do.

Saniderm Instructions

- The first piece of Saniderm can be left on your new tattoo for 8 - 24 hours. if you notice excessive weeping or fluid under the Saniderm, replace it with a new piece. 

- After the 24 hour mark, remove the Saniderm gently. Wash the tattoo area with a mild antibacterial soap and allow the area to dry. Once dry, apply  a second sheet of Saniderm. This will stay on for up to 6 days and see you through the peeling stage.

Helpful Tips

- Do not use a washcloth, loofah, or sponge to clean your tattoo. These can be painful to clean a new tattoo with and may harbor bacteria.

 

- The best way to remove Saniderm is to find an edge of the bandage and to pull it back over itself in the direction of hair growth. Pulling upward on the Saniderm can be painful, so we don't recommend it. we suggest removing the Saniderm in a warm shower. The warm water will loosen the adhesive and make it easier to remove.

 

- Make sure you properly apply the Saniderm bandage (all edges are sealed) and leave at least 1 inch buffer around the area of the tattoo. 

- Rounding the corners before application will pulling or peeling of adhesive edges.

Can I shower with it on?

-  Saniderm stays on the skin even when immersed in water, so you are able to shower as normal. It is waterproof, however excessive exposure to water should be avoided because it weaken the adhesive. 

How many pieces should I use?

- We recommend using two to three piece per tattoo, in order to allow ample time for healing. Your first piece may be used for 8 -24 hours and the next pieces should be used 1 - 6 days each depending how much the fluid the tattoo weeps.

Can I sunbathe with it on?

- Saniderm does not contain any kind of  sun protection, so you should avoid prolonged sun or UV ray exposure. We do not recommend exposing your new tattoo to UV rays, EVER - with or without Saniderm. Even after your tattoo is fully healed, continue to use sun protection to maintain the integrity of your tattoo colors.  

Piercing Aftercare Do's and Dont's

- Vitamins and minerals particularly Vitamin C and Zinc help the body regenerate tissue and fight off infection.

 

- For the fastest, easiest healing you should eat well, get plenty of rest and avoid alcohol, caffeine, nicotine and other drugs.

 

For ears, nostrils, septum, navel, nipples, eyebrows, lips and genital piercings:

- We recommend you clean them with a liquid antibacterial soap (such as Soft Soap, Suave etc.) and warm water at least twice a day and no more than four times a day Do not use lotions and other ointments on your piercings (including make-up etc). This will keep the piercing moist and not allow it to heal and possibly cause you problems. Do not use alcohol or peroxide to clean your piercings this will dry them out and cause problems.

 

- We recommend the use of sea salt solution to assist with healing, 1/4 teaspoon organic sea salt to 16-20 ounces of water. Soak the area at least once a day for 10 – 15 minutes. If you are making the solution yourself keep solution in the refrigerator and do not keep it for more than 7 days. After 7 days dispose of it and make a fresh batch. We also offer a superior sterile product called H2Ocean this product is highly recommended.

For tongue, lips and cheek piercings: 

We recommend rinsing your mouth with a Listerine® solution (half Listerine® and half water) after eating, drinking or smoking for the first 10-15 days. Carbamide Peroxide (active ingredient in Gly-Oxide and Peroxyl) is often the cleansing agent suggested for use in oral piercings. You can also use Sea Salt solution as described above as an oral rinse. With tongue piercings there is a possibility of swelling (the reason for the longer barbell) after the swelling has gone down it is recommended that you down size the barbell to one that is comfortable for you after a 2-4 week period. It is important to check the barbell daily to ensure that the beads are tightly secured.

If you are able to take any anti-inflamatory medications (Tylenol®, Motrin®, etc.) prior to being pierced you may take them for swelling or discomfort after you have been pierced.

 

- Oral contact with fresh piercings or handling with unclean hands can cause infections or the transmission of diseases and should be avoided. Genital contact with oral piercings and oral contact with genital piercings is not recommended until completely healed to prevent the possibility of infection or the transmission of disease.

It is important to note that your piercer is neither a medical professional nor an "AFTERCARE POLICE OFFICER". The PIERCEE is responsible for caring for a new piercing using the awareness of there own body and the information provided by the piercer.
 

- Never handle a new piercing with dirty hands! Always wash your hands and fingertips well!

- Avoid any introduction of foreign fluid to the pierced area (sweat, blood saliva, etc.) 

- Do not harass the piercings healing process by wearing constrictive clothing or allowing repeated bumping and knocking around of the jewelry. 

- DO NOT remove the jewelry until well after the piercing is completely healed. 


- Do not let anyone touch your tattoo, unless they wash their hands.

Use caution when swimming during healing, poor water quality and high bacteria presence will infect your new piercing. Some people will run Vaseline or Bacitracin liberally through the hole prior to swimming to seal off the exposed tissue temporarily. In this case clean immediately after swimming and do a sea salt soak. We recommend staying out of pools, hot tubs, lakes and the ocean until completely healed.

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