Balm Tattoo – King of Tattoo – Vegan
It should be applied to the tattoo after washing the skin.
You have to apply a product that promotes cicatrization and soothes irritations.
Aloe vera is famed for its skin soothing properties,
and when it comes to tattoo aftercare, soothed skin is exactly what you need.
Aloe vera gel acts in multiple ways: Reduces redness and irritation –
Calm pain and itching – Speeds up the healing process –
Prevents the formation of crusts has bactericidal power, which is good for tattoo care.
What makes Aloe Vera especially effective in treating wounds
it is ability to support the growth of new, healthy skin.
Aloe vera may be able to help promote the production of collagen to help keep skin healthy.
Dry skin is more likely to become irritated, which could cause it to become much easier to rip,
tear or develop into a rash.
By using an Aloe Vera gel or cream, you may be able to ensure that your skin
remains hydrated and clean at all times
The calendula is moisturizing and soothing, has many active ingredients that reduce inflammation
of the subcutaneous tissue and the stratum corneum.
The calendula has important properties, more precisely: moisturizers, tranquilizers,
anti-inflammatory, curative, fungicidal, antibacterial, antispasmodic.
The anti-inflammatory or antiflogistic properties are useful to combat inflammatory processes.
Its power lies in decreasing tissues that are inflamed by different causes,
improving the recovery process and decreasing pain.
Centella Asiatica, with nootropic, antibacterial properties.
Praised for the soothing, cell-repairing and anti-inflammatory effects on the skin.
Piper Methysticum Root, Wounds, Injuries, Skin Abrasions & Cuts, Itch Skin, Cuts & Grazes.
They are homemade products so they may not exactly match the photographs and may even vary the color tone.