Tattoo aftercare – how to stop your Year of the Tiger Tattoo from fading with Tattoo Goo
Once you have had your Year of the Tigertattoo inked and it has healed, you are going to want to make sure you continue to give the tattoo and your skin the best possible care. I was surfing tiger tattoos on Flickr and came across this picture.
I was immediately struck by the bright colours and particularly the red, pink and green that are set off brilliantly by the orange and black markings. It is always a pity when through lack of care, a tattoo is allowed to fade.
Recently I found a Tattoo aftercare product that looks as though it ticks all the boxes: Tattoo Goo – The Original Aftercare Salve.
One of the causes of fading in a tattoo is inflammation. Another is UV exposure, which is why you need to keep your tattoo protected from the sun.
The Original Tattoo Goo is the best selling tattoo After-care product on Amazon. Made with all-natural ingredients Tattoo Goo is ideal to promote fast healing. You can also use it for skin that is damaged, chapped, scraped, sun or wind burned from X-Treme sports.
The unique Tattoo Goo formula uses herbs, oils and vitamins known for their natural healing properties, which allow the skin to breath. It is also very soothing.
Tattoo Goo does not stain and has a pleasant natural smell. It is also petroleum free, lanolin free, and mineral oil free.
This looks like a product I need to bring to the attention of my daughter – her new Koi Carp tattoo , all down her back, is certainly going to take some maintaining!
Source: Tattoos – Articles – Zimbio
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