Cream Tattoo – King of Tattoo – Natural
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.
The Shea Butter is in fact particularly suitable as an ointment to be applied on the inflamed areas of the skin,
including cases due to the application of a tattoo.
The reason is that the shea butter intervenes directly at the cellular level,
promoting tissue repair and fighting infections,
as well as keeping the skin constantly hydrated.
Excellent because it promotes cell regeneration of the skin and the healing of these small wounds,
thanks to the massive presence of Vitamin A, E and C.
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.
Leptospermum Scoparium Mel, offers antibacterial and antioxidant properties, all while maintaining a moist wound environment and protective barrier, which prevents microbial infections in the wound.
They are homemade products so they may not exactly match the photographs and may even vary the color tone.