Mini Body Tattoo

Minimalist tattoos of small motifs. It should be something special for you and underline your personality, something like a “second piece of jewelry”.





This is the insertion of tattoo paint into the skin. We tattoo the color deeper than with permanent make-up. These colors are not of organic origin, and therefore the skin cannot flush them out of the body through the lymphatic system. For this reason, tattoo is forever.


unicolor tattoo with shading

shaded colored tattoo

“Picasso” style one-stroke tattoo


How it works?

  • First, we meet on a personal consultation, during which you give us your idea of a tattoo and discuss the available options.
  • We find out the style you prefer, black and white or color, we also consult the motif and its placement on the body. If you are unsure, we will be happy to help you.
  • We give you maximum information about the preparation for the procedure and about the aftercare, and we tell you about the contraindications that do not allow us to create tattoos.
  • We also answer all possible questions and, last but not least, we set the price according to the complexity and size of the tattoo.
  • We also ask you to buy Protex antibacterial soap and Bepanthen Plus or Calcium Panthotenicum ointment in advance, you will need it.
  • This personal consultation is charged but its price will be deducted from the total cost after the tattoo procedure.
Preparing for a Body Tattoo
  • The first prerequisite for success is that you come for tattoo in a good health. Even the slightest virus causes the activation of the immune system and the skin may fail to absorb the color.
  • Come relaxed and full.
  • Depending on the location of the tattoo, we recommend you to wear comfortable clothing, preferably an older one in case it gets dirty.
Tattooing procedure

After thorough disinfection of the skin and transferring the motif, we can start the procedure itself. As for the pain, it depends mainly on the location and size of the motif. Depending on the difficulty, we work with short breaks, or the tattoo procedure is spread over several sessions. After the tattoo is completed, the skin is treated and covered with a sterile foil, which remains on the skin for several hours.

All treatment tools are disposable and are specially disposed of. The whole process of tattooing is performed under strict hygienic conditions.

Fresh tattoo aftercare

Remove the protective foil after 3 hours at the latest. Wash the tattoo thoroughly with cold or lukewarm water and use an antibacterial soap. Do not use a washcloth or sponge. Take special care to wash the vaseline thoroughly. Try to shorten the wash as short as possible to avoid subsequent wetting. After washing, dry with a clean towel or napkin.

After washing, do not lubricate with cream. Wear clean, loose and preferably cotton clothing for the night. If the tattoo “sticks” to clothing or bedding, never forcibly tear it off the fabric. Moisten the area with lukewarm water and then slowly separate from the skin.

Always wash regularly the next day and do not lubricate yet. It is necessary to wait until the skin stops draining the lymph.

In the following days, wash the tattoo 2 – 3 times a day. After 2 or 3 days, when it is dry and “pulls” slightly, lubricate it with a thin layer of cream after washing. Do not apply a thick layer – the tattoo must “breathe”. Follow this procedure for the next few days. On the fourth to seventh day, the skin begins to peel and there is no need to wash it regularly anymore. Treat the tattoo with ointment several times a day as needed. Do not peel or scratch the skin in any way, even if the skin itches. It is a sign of natural healing. Tattoos usually heal for 7-10 days.

Due to the risk of possible infection, do not visit the swimming pool, sauna, public swimming pools, the sea, avoid contact with animals and do not expose the skin to direct sunlight or solarium during the first month after the procedure. When staying in the sun, always use a cream with a high protection factor.

After 3 months make an appointment and come for a check-up. If necessary, we will agree on a date for repainting. If you do not make an appointment till this time, we will consider your tattoo to be well healed and without the need for further intervention.

REMEMBER! Due to the effects of time, UV radiation and the natural aging of the skin, the tattoo changes. It is therefore important to take care of tattoos by using creams containing vitamin E.

Mini Body Tattoo contraindications:
  • if you are taking blood thinners (only with the consent of your doctor),
  • if you have fresh botox, fillers and chemical face scrub (tattoo can be applied after 1 month)
  • if you are planning a lip filler, it is always better to start with tattoo, and then the filler.
  • if you have METACRILLEM lip filler, PMU application is not possible,
  • if you suffer from hemophilia, blood diseases, bleeding
  • if you suffer from anemia, exhaustion, respiratory infections, fever, colds, rhinitis, cough, headache, sore throat
  • during pregnancy and lactation
  • if you have diabetes, the consent of your doctor is required
  • if you suffer from skin diseases (psoriasis, skin wounds, infections, ulcers and skin changes – bacteriological, mucosal, viral)
  • if you are prone to colloidal scars
  • if you suffer from chronic liver inflammation, hepatitis, HIV
  • If you are being treated for cancer, your doctor’s consent is required and the tattoo should not be applied until one year after the end of chemotherapy.
  • If you suffer from thyroid disease, high blood pressure, consult a doctor
  • in case of increased intraocular pressure, eye diseases (conjunctivitis, retinal detachment, etc.), after eye surgery, an interval of 3 months is necessary
  • if you have cold sores in the active phase, unhealed
  • if you suffer from a disorder of the lymphatic and venous system, an infectious disease, tuberculosis
  • if you have liver or kidney disease
  • in the case of neurological pathology, epilepsy
  • if you suffer from heart disease, cardiopathy, heart attacks, etc.
  • in the case of albinism (the inserted pigment may not be accepted well)
  • if you use alcohol, caffeine, narcotics 24 hours before the procedure (these substances support bleeding during the procedure),
  • in the case of other serious conditions after operations or other serious diseases

We will help you find the best solution to your satisfaction.

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