Tattoo Station recommend Protat for tattoo aftercare

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Here at Tattoo Station, we are first and foremost tattoo artists. We know what makes a good tattoo product, and we know what it should cost. That’s why we cut out the middle-man and bring the highest quality tattoo aftercare to New Zealand without the huge mark-up.

Protat Aftercare

Protat are the world’s first tattoo aftercare company. By using professional, experienced chemists in their development team, they are constantly researching new ingredients, with natural products receiving special attention.

Each Protat product has been precisely formulated with highly experienced members of the tattoo and piercing profession. New developments by Protat can only benefit the industry and enhance respect for body art practitioners everywhere. Protat Premium After Care cream has been designed to be the primary product in the Protat range. It utilises the technology of the Soothing After Care Cream with the added ingredients.

How to use Protat Aftercare Cream

When applying Protat Aftercare Cream, always wash your hands before touching the tattoo. Evenly apply cream over the tattooed skin. Use only as much cream as the skin will absorb. Rub cream in gently as this will help stimulate the skin and bring blood flow to the area which helps in the body's natural healing process.


Leave a thick film on the surface.

Most people experience a mild tingling sensation after the first few applications, this is quite normal. After 10 minutes or so, clothing will not stick to the tattoo. Apply cream 2 to 3 times a day or as necessary to keep the tattoo slightly moist.

Allow the skin to dry out.

Wear clean clothes. Avoid close fitting clothes as they may absorb cream and dry the freshly tattooed skin. If you suffer from any allergies, seek advice from your GP and advise your body artist. Discontinue use of any product should irritation occur.

For long term care, always use sunscreen (which you should be using anyway), and keep your tattoo moisturised. 


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