Tijuana BC – Every July 17 is celebrated international tattoo daya date that originally appeared in the United States and then acquired an international dimension.
Although it is believed that tattoos appeared in the year 2160 BC with finds in Egyptian mummies, although at that time needles from another were used to apply henna pigments.
Tattoos were used as symbol of danger and disease preventionand had a magical meaning, social position or status.
Tips to make your tattoo last longer
Tattoos have gained a lot of popularity in recent decades, although these days it’s more common to see people with ink on their skin.
Although it is important to consider that a tattoo is decision requiring responsibilityand that precautions must be taken to avoid any consequences.
On the other hand, during a tattoo, the ink is expected to stay on the skin for as long as possible before it has to be touched up, so here are some tips to make sure the ink stays longer.
Keep your skin hydrated: Good hydration of the skin helps to keep the good appearance and vitality of the tattoo. For this, fragrance-free moisturizers are recommended.
protect it from the sun: Avoid prolonged exposure to the sun as the color of the tattoo may fade over time, so it is recommended to use sunscreen.
Avoid excess moisture: For the first few weeks, avoid soaking the tattoo for long periods of time, and avoid swimming pools, saunas, or hot tubs, as these can affect the healing of the tattoo.
Healthy life: Leading a healthy lifestyle has a positive effect on the longevity of a tattoo, so eating a balanced diet, drinking water, and not smoking can have good results in tattoo healing.
It is necessary that the duration of the tattoo varies, and depends on various individual factorssuch as location, ink quality and aftercare.
Therefore, it is important to follow specific tips for caring for your tattoo and how to keep it in good condition.