TINY TATTOOS

WHAT IS A TINY TATTOO?

Modern tattoo technology allows for the creation of fine, detailed images that can be very small and placed just about anywhere on your body. 

There are no strict rules on what size constitutes a tiny tattoo. They can be under a cm in height and length to a few cm. Ultimately, the size is up to you and your artist. 

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CONTRAINDICATIONS

Please read the following contraindications for this procedure and when it is NOT advised:

Pregnant or Breastfeeding

Viral Infections (diseases)

Sick with Covid, cold or flu-like virus

Using Accutane in the past year

Epilepsy

Undergoing Chemotherapy

(Consult with your Artist, Doctor and will have to provide a Doctor's note)

On blood thinners 

Keratosis (growth of Keratin on the skin)

Prone to keloid scarring

Has skin irritations or Psoriasis near the treatment area (rashes, sunburn, acne, etc)

AVOID THE FOLLOWING 24 HOURS PRIOR TO APPOINTMENT

Alcohol

Drugs

Aspirin/Ibuprofen

(This contributes to thinning the blood and may affect the anaesthetics efficiency.)

 

DAY OF APPOINTMENT

Avoid a high quantity of caffeine

Avoid alcohol

Avoid exercise after treatment.

You may be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle

Avoid wearing white

If you have a sunburn in the tattoo area, you will not be able to have your service done.

Please arrive 10 minutes before your treatment time.

Late arrival can lead to your treatment being postponed to avoid upsetting other clients who may be waiting for their appointments after yours.

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AFTERCARE

PLEASE AVOID THE FOLLOWING FOR THE NEXT 10 TO 14 DAYS:

Scented soaps and lotions

Saunas 

Hot yoga

Sleeping on the tattooed area

Massage on tattooed area 

SPF (until fully healed)

Coconut Oil

Petroleum or Vaseline

Heavy sweating at the gym 

Tanning

Picking a scabs if any appear

Swimming (pool chemicals can erode healing colour)

Outdoor activities such as gardening or golf can be resumed as long as treatment area remains clean, dry and out of the sun.

There will be a little scabbing.

Please do not itch the tattooed area or pull any scabs away.