There’s no doubt that hydrogen peroxide gives tattoos a lovely, fresh look. As I explain on the site, hydrogen peroxide makes a great, quick-and-free bleach and will do the job with a few drops in the water.
You can use any of the non-toxic cleaning agents that can be found on the shelves of most hardware stores. You can also add a bit of water to create a diluted solution for washing your hands, making the most of the few drops of peroxide that remain in your solution.
A little goes a long way. So, if you love your tattoo, there’s no reason not to give hydrogen peroxide a try and see if it truly makes your ink glow like new.
Why do I need hydrogen peroxide in my tattoo removal treatments?
You may wonder why you need hydrogen peroxide in your tattoo removal treatments, when everything else the doctors recommend is so good for your tattoos. This simple reason is hydrogen peroxide is a good preservative and will help keep the permanent ink you’ve just spent hours and hours in perfect condition. In fact, you can use it to help prevent the permanent ink from degrading too quickly.
One solution to this is to put some in a cotton pad on top of a few drops of mild soap. This will absorb a good amount of the solution and, if the permanent ink is still good and shiny (as it should be), this will help keep it that way.
There are several other common cleaning agents I do that are safe to use on permanent, visible tattoos for permanent skin healing. I do recommend using hydrogen peroxide if you have no tattoos. I use it in my treatments for scars and rashes, although I’m always on the lookout for new techniques for treating tattoo wounds.
I hope this site helps you find the solutions that work best for you. Keep in touch with us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ for new posts and tips. Happy reading!
Dr. Paul J. Davis
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