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Is my tattoo infected?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 00:11:06    Popularity:     

Tags: tattoo  infected  

i just got the tattoo an hour ago and i have the second skin on. this is my 5th tattoo. Fyi this is my first COLORED tattoo. Its blue. but its leaking like a greenish color and bloody (i know thats normal). I messaged the place I went too (I go to the sa

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I went through the same thing with my first color tattoo, they heal in a very different way than a black and grey. It's gonna look gross for a few days, the colors are gonna look different, the skin is gonna peel in a really flaky way, but it's gonna be okay. Just follow your aftercare instructions, don't pick at it, and relax. :)

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Index includes pain, feeling like it's on fire and puss leaking from the tattoo - usually a brown/yellow.

Just being paranoid as it's your first colour tattoo, it's just the colour running.

If it was infected you would notice redness, swelling, extreme warmth and pus all coming from your tattoo at the same time.
For now all that's happening is some of the colour may be leaking out. Which is normal.
If any of those symptoms do start showing up then see a doctor and get some antibiotics.

Its fine. Its like what they said, its the plasma and ink mixing together.
Tattoo inks are different than paints. To get green, you have to mix yellow and blue. This concept of color mixing isn't always true for making tattoo pigments. They might use multiple different pigments to get this specific shade of blue, and some of those might be a bit more green on their own. So its ok that it looks funky and green.
If your body doesn't like that color ink and rejects it, you can always go with a different shade of blue, or go with a blue color from a different ink company. Its not the end of the world. Trust what your artist said, because they are right.

not infected and you need too give it time to heal more

Ih

probably

It's fine. That's normal. (Have 7 colored tattoos)



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