How Do You Remove Saniderm? Saniderm

In cases like this, try removing the Saniderm in a warm shower. The warmth will loosen the adhesive, making it easier to remove. If that doesn’t work, take a small amount of Sanibalm (coconut, olive, or baby oil can work as well) and apply it around the edges of the bandage. Oils work to weaken the adhesive and make Saniderm easier to remove.…

How does Saniderm work? Saniderm Tattoo Bandage

Saniderm works by locking in your body’s natural healing fluids so your tattoo stays hydrated and heals quickly and efficiently with no scabbing and reduced scarring. In addition, we engineered Saniderm to be gas permeable so your skin can breathe and get all the oxygen it needs to heal perfectly.…

Saniderm

Step 1 Clean and dry the new tattoo and surrounding skin (lotions or ointments are not necessary). Step 2 Cut the Saniderm tattoo aftercare bandage to allow at least 1 inch of Saniderm to be in contact with undamaged skin. More extra room is suggested in highly mobile areas. Step 3 Peel off the paper backing to reveal the adhesive side.…