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Blisters from using Saniderm?

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I got a tattooed recently and my artist put Saniderm on me. Unfortunately I had to take it off early because there was a piece that peeled back and exposed my new tattoo. When I took it off I noticed that I have red marks / small blisters on me. It’s around the edges / boarder where the Saniderm was. I’ve looked it up and some people said it’s common for some people to experience it. No biggie. But I looked closer and I have a few small blisters on my fresh tattoo, which is probably from the Saniderm also because he had to overlap the pieces and it caused blistering from the friction of the constant pulling on the skin. Should I be worried? Is it going to affect my tattoo at all? 

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