Tattoos or body art demand a certain level of care in the healing process but also the maintenance of colour.
Recent surveys show that 1 in 4 adults in the UK have one. Moisturising your tattoo during and after the healing process to ensure you get the best possible result, after all it is a lifetime investment.
A daily skincare ritual can helps protect tattooed skin. Why? Because ink doesn't fade, but your skin does... during the aging process.
Your skin the largest organ in the body and it needs extra attention to remain health and youthful. Tattoos need more than just staying clean. They need to stay hydrated and moisturised to always look their best. There are natural oils, that can help naturally keep your skin moisturised.
- It can help prevent moisture loss, skin dryness, and treat eczema.
- Coconut oil can protect your skin from microbial infections, bacteria, and acne.
- Coconut oil is loaded with fatty acids, antioxidants, and vitamins which is great for skin health.
- Known for its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and anti-oxidant properties.
- A superb skin moisturiser that can improve skin’s elasticity and softness while aiding your tattoo heal.
- Grapeseed oil works well and naturally with Vitamin E and Vitamin C to help preserve your skin.
- The antioxidants in Grapeseed Oil can help protect your skin from absorbing damaging UV rays.
Vitamin E Oils
- Vitamin E Oil can help moisturise and soften your skin, while possibly diminishing the appearance of scars.
- Vitamin E is an antioxidant that can help repair UV damaged skin and protect skin from free radical damage.