How many creams do I need?

Sometimes it can be hard to determine how much cream you should be using for the different tattoos you are going to get. We have made this guide, to help you get a better visual of how much cream is enough to the specific areas.

In our sortiment we have different packages. These packages vary from 1-50 creams and we are here to help you, make the right decision of how much to buy.

Have in mind that the graphics shown below is how much the amount of creams will cover once. If you need more than one session to do your tattoo, you should buy accordingly. This means that one cream will be enough to cover one of your pecs once, but if you need to have the tattoo done over two sessions, you should purchase two creams instead of one.

If you are still unsure, make sure to buy one more, just in case. 

1 cream
This is for the smaller tattoos and doesn’t cover a lot. This is the perfect package for tattoos that covers one side of the forearm, one of your pecs or perhaps your shoulder.

2 creams
This package covers a little more than the other one. With this package you can now cover your whole forearm, get your calf done, or perhaps a tattoo that starts from your pec and goes around your shoulder.

3 creams
Now we’re talking, this package is designed for the longer sessions. 3 creams is enough to get you thigh tattooed. It’s enough to fill out an arm sleeve or perhaps your stomach and ribcage. This package give you a lot of options and are usually for some of the bigger tattoos.

5 creams 
The 5 package deal will help you get you whole leg tattooed. It can also get your whole back tattooed. It’s also good for the front (chest, stomach, ribcage and shoulders). So if you are getting anything similar to this done, this is the package for you. It’s important to say, if you have an 8 hour session, you shouldn’t be applying all five creams at the same time, as the effect will wear off, before the session is done. So we suggest you do half of the area you are getting done first, and then apply it to the next half, when the tattoo artist is an hour or an hour and a half away from being done with the first half.

10 creams 
This is for the sessions that isn’t possible to do in one day. The 10 cream package is enough to get your whole upper body or lower body tattooed. It will be the perfect fit for you, if you’re going all in, to get your whole upper or lower body tattooed.
It’s important to say, if you have an 8 hour session, you shouldn’t be applying all creams at the same time, as the effect will wear off, before the session is done. So we suggest you do half of the area you are getting done first, and then apply it to the next half, when the tattoo artist is an hour or an hour and a half away from being done with the first half.

25 and 50 creams
These packages are usually meant for businesses. Maybe you have experienced customers twitching and moving in the chair because of the pain. This will save the customers for the pain, and make your session calmer, so you can concentrate a 100% on delivering a masterpiece.