TOOCHI INFECTION PROTECTION BANDAGES
Comes in two sizes:
- Small (10 x 20cm) x 4 pack
- Large (20 x 20cm) x 4 pack
✔ Relieves the pain for your new tattoo
✔ Cleaner, hygienic and prevents infection
✔ Prevents rubbing on clothing and bedding
These are the future in Tattoo Healing - once your new Tattoo is all finished up, apply a Toochi Infection Protection Bandage to lessen the pain of your Tattoo 10 fold. Once you have used these for 1 tattoo, you won't be able to get a Tattoo without one - they are heaven on a new tattoo, especially as the pain sets in following our infamous Tattoo Numbing Cream. They are a real game changer for tattoo healing, and the pain following a new tattoo - especially the first 24hours.
Use to keep your new tattoo clean, prevent scabbing and infection, loss of color and detail, and prevent rubbing on clothing / bedding (Ouch!)
Your tattoo artist can apply your Toochi Tattoo Bandage to your new tattoo, or watch check out Toochi's video to see how to apply yourself! (instructions also in the bag)
Packs come with 4x bandages (small and large), the first can be applied straight after the tattoo by you or your tattoo artist. You can leave this first one on for 12 - 24 hours.
We recommend removing it in the shower, while washing your new tattoo with Toochi Super Suds (or another antibacterial soap), then pat dry with a clean towel and apply some aftercare balm (we recommend Toochi Never Fear Aftercare Balm).
After this a 2nd Toochi Tattoo Bandage can be applied. This can be left on for 1 to 5 days. If the tattoo and skin appears irritated or if the bandage is peeling off / there is fluid buildup it is fine to remove the bandage sooner. Bandages can be cut smaller as needed.
Toochi Tattoo Bandages
Super easy once you know how:
- Remove the back (white) sheet and stick onto area
- Then remove the front (clear) sheet and voila!
Toochi's infection protection tattoo bandages are a polyurethane acrylic adhesive medical bandage.
It is possible to have an adhesive or latex allergy, in which case we would not recommend using, however this is rather rare. If you are unsure you can patch test with a small amount.