Tattoo Ink Bleeding Under Saniderm. This means saniderm can never damage or extract your ink. Your ink did bleed under your skin.
If there is liquid pooling up under the bandage, remove it and optionally put a second piece of saniderm on (a little bit of ink/ bleeding under the saniderm is normal.) if your tattoo is becoming increasingly uncomfortable or the saniderm is bothering you, remove it by peeling from the top. 'ink sacs' are a normal part of the healing process, and occur when specialist plastic is covering the tattoo, called saniderm. The picture on the right is what the non saniderm part of my tattoo.