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Tattoo Goo Original

£6.00

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Tattoo Goo is both pharmacist and dermatologist approved, meaning that it will suit a wide variety of customers and ensure that their tattoos will heal properly. Tattoo Goo promotes faster healing times, as well as reduced itching and discomfort during the process. This can make a huge difference in the overall appearance of the tattoo once it has healed, as itching and scratching the sensitive skin can easily damage and distort the tattoo’s design. This formula is enriched with a variety of vitamins to ensure that your skin gains the nutrients it needs to heal quickly and thoroughly. Tattoo Goo can also be used for minor skin irritations such as scrapes, bruises, windburn and sunburn.

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The original salve from the experts at Tattoo Goo. This is the first product from this great team and has resulted in them gaining their superb reputation within the tattoo industry. Designed especially for the aftercare and preservation of tattoos over their lifetime, this balm is formulated to cater for the skin’s needs. The requirements of the skin during the healing process of a tattoo does change over time and this product contains everything it will need. Tattoo goo is 97.5% natural, with eight different natural ingredients. It contains olive oil, cocoa butter and wheat germ oil to ensure it is thoroughly moisturising and allows the skin to remain flexible and repair itself quickly. Many customers have reported that their healing times have been cut in half when using Tattoo Goo original balm on their tattoos. The expertly created formula improves the appearance on old and new tattoos, helping to restore the brightness and vibrancy of your ink. With proper care and protection, your tattoo can stay looking new and fresh for a much longer period. Tattoo Goo does not contain petroleum or lanolin ingredients which can often clog the pores of the skin and lead to breakouts. This delays the healing process of your tattoo.