Next time you get tattooed, use Ink Oil in your aftercare routine and see what a difference it can make in the tattoo healing process.
Stepping out of the tattoo parlour, Ink oil has a myriad of uses, with one being as a skin moisturizer. During the healing phase post-tattoo, your skin is busy working its magic, repairing itself from thousands of tiny needle pricks. Ink oil aids in this process in much of the same manner as other aftercare products, if not better. Here’s 10 reasons why Ink Oil makes the perfect aftercare product:
Ink Oil is the fat extracted from the flesh of coconuts combined with our closely guarded formula. The medium chain fatty acids found in it retain your skin’s moisture, meaning your new tattoo won’t dry out.
Specifically, the capric, caprylic and lauric fatty acids within coconut act as a natural disinfectant, protecting your tattoo from microbial infections. After paying all that money for a tattoo, the last thing you want is to have bacteria ruin your tattoo artist’s hard work.
The presence of Vitamin E in coconut oil plays two roles: it keeps your skin smooth, preventing dryness and cracking, but also blocks free radicals from your body which keeps your skin youthful in appearance.
Proteins in coconut oil assist in rejuvenating the skin after the trauma of tattooing. The proteins repair damaged cells at a normal, healthy rate throughout the healing process.
With a fresh tattoo it can be tempting to apply too much aftercare cream, however this can prevent your skin from breathing. Your skin can only absorb a certain amount of Ink Oil, so a thin layer is all you need – your body will tell you when enough is enough.
If you have certain allergies or find you’re sensitive to particular cosmetics, some tattoo aftercare products might not be right for you. Ink Oil is pure coconut and is a great, natural alternative to use. This, blended with our amazing ingredients ensure your tattoo stays bright and protected.
You don’t need to travel to a tattoo shop to replenish your tattoo aftercare products – Ink oil is readily available in from our website and Amazon.com.
Many people are choosing to purchase cruelty-free cosmetic items, and with Ink Oil you’re secure in the fact that it contains no animal products and is not tested on animals.
Ink oil can be bought in bulk online from stores such as Amazon.com and here on this site – there’s great savings to be made, especially if you’re an avid collector and get tattooed quite often.
And, if you didn’t already think coconut oil was amazing, its uses stretch further than just tattoo aftercare. Ink oil is a suitable replacement for products such as: makeup remover, skin exfoliator, all-over body moisturizer, lip gloss, hair conditioner/mask, homemade toothpaste, and can even ease skin disorders like acne, psoriasis and eczema.