Dettol Topical Antiseptic liquid kills bacterial and provides expert protection against germs that can cause infection and illness.

Dettol is used by artists to clean the skin.

Do not use undiluted.

- Do not use on eczema or similar skin conditions.

- Antiseptic wound cleansing for cuts, grazes, bites & stings. Wash the area with a tablespoonful of Dettol diluted in half pint of water. Cover with clean, dry dressing

1. Skin Preparation and Disinfection:

Why It Matters: Tattooing involves breaking the skin barrier, which makes it crucial to ensure a sterile environment. Dettol plays a pivotal role in this process.
Step-by-Step Process:

Cleansing: Tattoo artists begin by cleaning the client’s skin using mild soap and water. This removes surface dirt and oils.
Application of Dettol:
Using a sterile cotton pad or swab, the artist applies Dettol to the tattoo area.
The antiseptic properties of Dettol kill bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
It minimizes the risk of infection during and after the tattooing process.
Drying Time: After applying Dettol, the artist allows the skin to air-dry or gently dabs it with a clean cloth.
Ready for Tattooing: Once the skin is dry, the artist proceeds with the tattoo design.

2. Post-Tattoo Care:

Aftercare Instructions:
Tattoo artists often provide aftercare instructions to clients.
Dettol may be recommended for cleaning the tattooed area during the healing process.
Diluted Dettol (mixed with water) can be used to gently clean the tattoo without causing irritation.
Artists advise against excessive use of Dettol, as it can dry out the skin.
Remember, tattoo studios prioritize safety, hygiene, and client well-being. Tattoo artists should follow industry standards and use Dettol responsibly to create beautiful and infection-free tattoos.

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