Resist the Urge to Scrape, Itch, or Pop
After having a tattoo removal treatment, you may experience redness, scabbing, blisters, swelling, and/or itching. This is a normal part
of the healing process and can last from a couple hours to a couple weeks. It's your immune system doing its work to heal and remove the ink.
Picking at scabs or popping blisters can cause scarring and the potential for infection, so DON'T. Scabs and blisters need to heal naturally. Apply ointment when needed and as recommended.
For the same reasons, avoid shaving in the treated area. You can resume shaving after the area has healed properly (within 1-2 weeks).
If you're itchy and you can't ignore it, choose to lightly slap your skin rather than scratch it.