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Dealing with faded tattoos

Tattoos are a jewel when they are first drawn on one’s body. However, with time the tattoo can fade. Most tattoos fade due to common preventable reasons. These reasons include;

  • Long swimming- this is especially more effective in saltwater. This is because, the long hour of swimming soaks the tattoo for too long in reactive waters. This results in the tattoo, losing its vibrancy.
  • Ultraviolet exposure- there are certain wavelengths that damage the skin and in return the skin damages the tattoo and it fades away.
  • Inappropriate body creams- some of the body creams have an exfoliating effect on the skin. Therefore, the removed skin gradually peels off the tattoo.

By all these ways, your tattoo may fade so it’s a wise decision to avoid these situations. However, if your tattoo happens to have faded before you knew this, there is still a way to get back your vibrant tattoo. You can do this by opting to darken your tattoo. This is one of the methods that you can use to restore your tattoo’s original form as it involves re-inking the tattoo. This is quite a simple thing. All you have to do is just revisit your tattoo artist and have the old tattoo edified. After this, you can have your vibrant tattoo back and a second chance to avoid its fading.