Toolow91

New guy here quick question .

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What's up guys . My name is Jeff I'm from ny I just finished my 3rd tattoo on my right forearm . I have two others as well hey have all been done by the same artist .

This one seems to be healing well but the others were on my calfs so I didn't watch the whole process . I had it done last weds . It has peeled heavy already . I switched from a&d to co co butter (palmers) . Everything looks great but the redness purple worries me a bit . I'm thinking it's just bruised from the spot it's in . What do you guys think ? No real warmth to it or anything like that and no oozing or puss or nothing of that nature . It's a tad sore but not to the touch . You could push on it etc and it doesn't hurt any more or less . Thanks - Jeff

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Sounds/looks like bruising. Don't sweat it.

Grey shading usually looks a little darker and redder until the tattoo settles and then it lightens up. That's the best part of B&G tattoos, watching that healing process. So relax and enjoy.

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