Ink Defense Tattoo Care

All natural care for your ink

No Petroleum - No Synthetics - No Alcohol - No Dyes

Ink Defense Tattoo Care is an all-natural product to promote healthy healing after getting a tattoo.  It is designed to improve the healing process and nourish the skin.  It is good for the tattoo and all over.

Featuring coconut oil, avocado butter, and shea butter, Ink Defense only uses the best natural ingredients for protecting your ink.

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Why use Ink Defense Tattoo Care?

Throughout the healing process, it is essential to apply product that will soothe and moisturize the skin as well as help to prevent dryness and itching. Ink Defense contains ingredients for nourishing the skin and helping it to heal better.

Ink Defense - Coconut Oil
Ink Defense - Avocado Butter
Ink Defense - Shea Butter
Ink Defense - Grape Seed Oil

Coconut Oil

Avocado Butter

Shea Butter

Grape Seed Oil

Proteins found within coconuts help to repair the skin cells that get damaged during the tattooing process - boosting healing quality. Coconut oil helps to prevent tattooed skin from drying out and cracking (potentially causing blemishes and patchy areas within the ink).

Avocado butter is a great skin nourisher that penetrates deep into the skin, gets easily absorbed, and leaves it well-nourished. The antioxidant effects of vitamins A and E add to avocado's emollient effect on the skin. It is excellent for dry, peeling, and cracked skin.

Shea butter is very high in botanical vitamin A which is excellent for healing skin. This comes in handy for tattoo care because in the beginning the tattoo needs substances like vitamin A to more quickly heal. Shea butter also contains high levels of vitamins C and E, both of which act as potent antioxidants to help the skin heal and protect it from further damage and even scarring.

Grape seed oil makes an excellent moisturizer for healing a fresh tattoo since it is light, gentle, and easily absorbed. It contains essential fatty acids that aid in skin repair, helps to balance the skin, and has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

The better and more smoothly a tattoo can heal, the better the finished product will look. Skin care continues to be important once a tattoo has fully healed. With age, ink seeps into the lower layers of the skin – tattoos become more resilient and less affected by minor damage at the surface. A tattoo that is moisturized and infection-free ages well.

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