How to treat the neck bleed from a neck-to-neck tattoo
The last thing you want to do when you have a tattoo that shows the blood vessels to the neck is to get it removed.
This is especially true if you have been dealing with the blood pressure and swelling for a long time and have trouble keeping the skin covered with a bandage.
A tattoo like this can leave a mark on your skin that could potentially get infected.
Here are a few things you should consider if you are getting a neck tattoo.1.
Wash your hands thoroughly and use soap to remove any tattoos that you have done on your hands.2.
Use a non-toxic, non-absorbent mask to keep your hands clean and protect your hands from the tattoo ink.3.
Use warm, soapy water to clean the tattoo and clean any other tattoos you may have done or may be dealing with.4.
Use an alcohol-free facial scrub to clean your hands and hands-free skin from tattoos that have been on your face, hands, or hands.5.
Avoid alcohol and other drugs that may be causing the tattoo.6.
If you do have a neck bleed or tattoo, get a tattoo removal kit from a professional and try not to have your neck bleed any more.7.
If your neck is bleeding, use the tattoo removal method outlined in the tattoo instructions and try to avoid getting a tattoo for at least three days before you remove it.8.
Do not get a blood transfusion unless your doctor has recommended it, as the tattoo will probably still be in your body after three days.9.
Do NOT have any surgery to remove your tattoo.
Get it removed if you think you might need to, as it will not be in the way of your health and you might end up needing another procedure that will take longer to heal.