Laser tattoo removal is often the solution that comes to mind when the topic of erasing body art arises. And why not? Medical professionals and tattoo-removal specialists approve of the process. Throw in the fact that most clinics and hospitals offer the service, and you’re in for a convenient ride.
As with every medical procedure, laser tattoo removal has its own set of side effects and complications. Though hailed safe by health authorities, individual makeup still comes into play as far as outcomes are concerned.
Thus, it pays to be a step ahead by reading up on the side...
SO WHAT IS Z WRAP AND HOW DOES THIS PROTECTIVE TATTOO FILM WORK?
A tattoo involves injecting pigment into the top layer of the skin using very sharp needles; this leads to abrasion (injured tissue) and in response the skin needs to heal. The body’s natural reaction to injured tissue is to bleed and form a scab, which is created by the body to keep germs and bacteria from invading the wound and leading to infection. The body naturally goes through...
Applying Z Wrap adhesive tattoo bandage is relatively simple once you have familiarised yourself with the instructions below. On difficult to reach and larger coverage areas you will likely need someone to help you apply and remove each application as required.
How to apply Z Wrap - Let the tattoo bleed first for at least ten minutes then thoroughly clean it with
There are many articles online that discuss the topic of tattoo aftercare and many of them are unfortunately written by professional bloggers with no real life or clinical experience in caring for a fresh tattoo. Often they will compile information from different blog sources to create their own “expert opinion” with little or no clinical evidence or research to back up their claims. So you often hear the same ill-conceived advice being repeated.
It is common sense however to ensure you keep your fresh tattoo clean though...
I wanted to share this story with our readers to perhaps offer further insight into the amazing healing benefits of hemp seed oil.
During my travels up the Northern New South Wales coast of Australia in 2016, I happened to meet an older gentlemen at a place I stayed and whilst chatting with him, I couldn't help noticing that he had quite severe open and bleeding lesions on his arms.
I asked this man what was causing the lesions and he bluntly turned to me and said ‘Read the article →