What it is: An unwanted pathogen (bacteria, virus, fungus, yeast, or mold) causing problems in the area containing a tattoo.
How to get rid of it: Kill the pathogen.
How to treat the symptoms: Reduce inflammation and/or stop secondary infections.
The best and safest option for killing pathogens, reducing inflammation, and stopping secondary infections is to use Guardian™ Silver Sol. Silver sol is a new technology that has been lab tested to kill pathogens and reduce inflammation. It can be taken orally and applied topically. It is also completely safe.
For detailed information about Guardian Silver (including comments by the former surgeon general of the US Air Force), this video provides the detailed information that will help you take control of your health:
Are tattoo infections common? How do I know if my tattoo is infected? How can I treat a tattoo infection? What is proper tattoo aftercare?
Tattoo Infection – A Very Real Risk
Tattoos and body piercings are a popular way of expressing one’s individuality, especially among young people. Yet comparatively little is known about their associated health risks. Not everyone will react the same to the procedure, and perhaps more importantly, not all tattoo artists advise clients of the risks, nor do they do not provide a safe, clean environment and sterile equipment. The result can sometimes be a tattoo infection.
How Infection from Tattoo Procedures Occurs
An infection from tattoo procedures is not always immediate. While pain and discomfort are not uncommon first, proper aftercare in the following two weeks is paramount to avoiding a full blown tattoo infection.
The risk of serious infections occurs during the tattooing itself. The needles used to penetrate the skin can become contaminated by blood or serum. If proper care is not taken, cross-contamination can occur.
Symptoms of Tattoo Infections
Some of the symptoms of a tattoo infection include swelling, considerable pain, fever, redness or red streaks in the tattooed area, swollen or tender lymph nodes, and tender skin after the tattoo has healed. Tattoo infections may occur on the surface of the skin, or deeper down in the soft tissues under the tattoo. Proper aftercare and a revolutionary product, however, can help avoid unwanted side effects.
Guardian Silver Sol Can Help
Prevent or treat a tattoo infection with a natural, safe product—Guardian Silver Sol. Guardian can help destroy the bacteria that cause a tattoo infection. Apply silver sol topically to the area (either with a swab or spray on). Additionally, take 1-2 teaspoons orally. If you can avoid a tattoo infection, you will enjoy your body art immediately as well as for years to come.
You can also prevent future problems by taking 1 tsp of Guardian twice a day orally before and after a tattoo procedure. Help others by making your tattoo artist aware of the powerful benefits of Guardian Silver Sol.
Technical term: staphylococcus aureus or cellulitis
- swelling, considerable pain, redness or red streaks in the tattooed area
- swollen or tender lymph nodes
- tender skin
- cross contamination during tattoo procedure
- improper aftercare
- deal only with a reputable tattoo artist
- follow aftercare instructions very carefully
- use Guardian Silver Sol as a spray to clean the area and prevent infection