204 Black Horse Pike, West Collingswood Heights, Camden County, New Jersey 08059 | 856-742-9699
About Our Procedures
Patrick Levins is a registered Tattoo Arts Operator in accordance with Camden County Freeholder Resolution #41 of July 24, 1997. He is certified by the Camden County division of health to practice as a tattoo arts operator in the county. Patrick's studio is inspected by the Camden County division of health every year. His procedures meet or exceed those of the county as well as those proposed by the state government of New Jersey.
Patrick's policies and procedures: A.) Brand new, one-time-use, sterilized needles are used for each customer, B.) One-time-use, disposable ink containers and their used ink are discarded after each customer, C.) Latex or non-latex medical disposable gloves are used throughout the entire tattoo procedure, and D.) Effective, medical-grade disinfectants for wiping down surfaces are used after every tattoo procedure.
From a public health standpoint, there are four areas of the tattoo process that are crucial. Brand new, one-time-use, sterilized needles are used for each customer and are disposed after every tattoo. Small amounts of various colors of tattoo ink are poured into new unused plastic ink resevoirs, which are then used to ink the tattooing needles. When a customer is done, all the small ink containers and their remaining contents of ink are disposed, thus fresh new ink is used for each customer. Medical grade latex or non-latex (non-latex medical-grade gloves are used for people with latex allergies) are used throughout the entire procedure and discarded after each customer. After each tattoo is completed, medical-grade disinfectants are used to wipe down the table, chair and other surfaces in the tattooing area.
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