1>Apply to the tattoo area before tattooing 2>Wait for 1 hour, cleaning the site, where applied anesthesia. 3>Start to tattoo.It has different skins between anesthetic-applied skin and normal un-anesthetic skin. The anesthetic-applied skin will be gradually tightening and swelling. The most important thing is that those kinds of skin will cause a problem, which cannot averagely be distributed in the dermis by inks. Hence, the result of tattooing is horrible after the recovery of tattoos. The anesthetic-applied skin also influences the skin is not elastic, which causes faintness when fogging. Not only that, but it also causes slow recovery, and maintenance will be more difficult. Except for all points, it does not mean that everyone is suitable for anesthetics. Some of you may be allergic to anesthetics if that is Severe allergies, you could be convulsions and coma even death from organ failure. Although this situation is rare, any small probability event falls on the individual; it's a 100% disaster; it's better to be more cautious.
Whether Tattooing Can Be Using Anesthetics Or Not？
Jason Wang |