Tattoo Goo Lotion

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Tattoo Goo Lotion is a quick penetrating, water based lotion to help to heal tattoos. It is good when used in unison with Tattoo Goo. Tattoo Goo Lotion is pharmacist developed and was made as a lotion specific for the use on new tattoos. It is also lanolin and petroleum free so it will not clog pores. The formula is non-greasy and contains no fragrances and artificial colors that may irritate already the sensitive skin of a healing tattoo.

Tattoo Goo “The Lotion” Ingredients

Tattoo goo contains the following ingredients (taken from their website):

  • C12-15 Alkylbenzoate: emulsifier and solubility agent provide for good skin feel
  • Cetyle Palmitate: emulsifier and thickener helops skin retain moisture
  • Glycerine: a humectant used to moisturize skin allows skin to draw and absorb moisture from the air
  • Dimethicone: soothes burns and abrasions
  • Stearic Acid: emulsifier and thickening agent, a fatty acid that helps provide skin elasticity
  • Beeswax : natural based used instead of petroleum or lanolin products
  • Triethanolamine: an emulsifier and pH adjuster
  • Polyethylene: used to regulate viscosity and formulation suspension
  • Proplylene Glycol: humectant solvent and antioxant ,food grade safe for human consumption
  • Diazolidinyl Urea: antiseptic for people with sensative skin
  • Methylparaben: preservative
  • Propylparaben: preservative
  • Wheat Germ Oil: relieves inflammation of skin abrasions, burns, and wounds
  • Acrylates/C10-30 AlkylAcrylate Cross polymer: helps improve skin surface and reduce oiliness
  • Allantoin: reapidly heals wounds, contains a property called allention that promotes cell regeneration
  • Safflower Oil: emollient to soothe skin
  • Sunflower Oil: emollient to soothe skin
  • Vitamin A Palmitate: skin normalizer, helps skin stay soft and plump
  • di-AlphaTocopheralAcetate: antioxidant, scavenges free readicals, Vitamin E substitute
  • Chlorocalcefero: preservative
  • Disodium EDTA: preservative

Due to the fact that this product contains beeswax it's not considered to be a vegan friendly product.

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