Artistic Body Tattooing


$125 Per Hour for custom tattoo.

$60 Deposit is collected at time of consultation when scheduling.  Loss of deposit occurs if you are unable to keep your scheduled tattoo appointment time.

 Tattooing WILL NOT be performed if you are PREGNANT OR NURSING!!!!

  • Bold Color
  • Black and Gray
  • 3 Dimensional
  • Realistic
  • Feminine Designs
  • Surrealism

Tattoo After Care

Our Preferred Ointment is either Aquaphor or A&D Ointment, not Vaseline. The properties in these choices help the tattoo skin heal more efficiently.

Wash your tattoo once maybe twice a day. Anymore than this is excessive and unnecessary. To do so take a clean paper towel and blot off (not rub off) any residual ointment. Once your tattoo is dry, wash gently with Dial antibacterial soap with your clean fingers only, no washcloths. (The regular orange Dial pump kind is best and easiest to find.) Rinse your tattoo off and pat the tattoo dry with a clean paper towel.

Then apply ointment. No need to gob it on, a thin layer is plenty. When you go to work, and clothing is going over a tattoo: Wash, Dry, and Ointment your tattoo then wrap with a clean piece of Saran Wrap. This is also a useful tool to use before bedtime. Do this every night for the first week. This saves your clothes and sheets from irremovable oil stains while completely protecting your new tattoo from scabbing.

Saran Wrap is a great way to heal your tattoo, but you should not use it longer than 8 hours at a time. When you wake or come home from work, remove the plastic and wash immediately.

This method of healing should be done until your tattoo is finished peeling. Usually 5 to 8 days into healing. Once the tattoo is done peeling, stop using ointment and Saran Wrap; switch to lotion. Any kind of lotion used for healing skin is fine, fragrance free or not. Keep applying lotion to your new tattoo for an additional week.

After one week of ointment and one week of lotion, your new tattoo is healed.

General Rules for ALL Tattoo Procedures

  • Limited Sun, sweating or tanning  prior to the procedure or after theMedusa procedure for 10 days. Do not work out excessively the day of the procedure as the body heat expands the pores. It is recommended not to sweat (heavily) for the first 10 days. Sweat is salt and can prematurely fade the treated area. Salt is used in the removal process.
  • Do NOT take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E and/or Ibuprofen unless medically necessary, 48-72 hrs prior to your procedure.  Tylenol is fine.
  • Avoid extreme exercise (sweating) the day of the procedure & directly after the procedure, at least 10 days..
  • No swimming until the area is completely healed, salt water/chlorine can cause the pigments to fade or change in color. 2 weeks minimum.
  • Only touch the treated areas with extremely clean hands to apply ointment. This is a must…we do not want an infection.
  • DO NOT RUB, SCRATCH OR PICK AT THE TREATED AREA, let any scabbing naturally exfoliate off….picking can cause scarring. 


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