Tattoo Goo Original Ointment is rich in Panthenol (Vitamin B5) to moisturize, speed healing and prevent scabbing without clogging pores. The water-based formula absorbs quickly, penetrating the skin to effectively re-moisturize. Extra emollients help draw moisture from the air, enhancing the humectant process.This durable, easy-to-carry tin has some big-time natural ingredients that aid in healing and protection. Made with premium olive oil, this balm is formulated to mimic the natural oils that occur in your skin, so it goes on smooth and absorbs well — because moisturized skin means more vibrant ink.
Ingredients: Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Cera Flava, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Triticum Vulgare (Wheat) Germ Oil, Tocopheryl Acetate, Lavandula Hybrida Oil, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract, CI61565 (D&C Green 6)
For external use only.
Apply to healing or healed ink 2-3 times daily.
Why is Tattoo Goo® better than other products?
Tattoo Goo® is a natural Olive Oil-, Cocoa Butter- and Wheat Germ-based balm. It does not contain harmful chemicals that can sometimes cause reactions in some people. Olive Oil, especially the pomace grade used by us, is considered the best of natural humectants. Tattoo Goo® products contain no petroleum. Petroleum also contains many impurities that can also clog skin pores and prevent the tattoo from breathing. Tattoo Goo® Balm contains no lanolin. Lanolin is highly allergenic. Tattoo Goo® was specifically developed for healing tattoos. Chemicals used in other products such as A&D, Triple Antibiotic and Bacitracin may often cause problems during the healing process.
What is the shelf life of Tattoo Goo® brand products?
Tattoo Goo® lasts up to 24 months after opening. Vitamin E acts as the preservative in Tattoo Goo® Balm.
Is there anything in the Tattoo Goo® suite of products that can pull color out of my tattoo?
There is nothing in our product suite that can pull the color out. The biggest problem with aftercare is over application. By over applying any type of aftercare product, you may smother the skin. The body’s natural defense is to push what is on top off. The body will try to push off what is covering the skin. It is very important not to over apply when healing a tattoo. If this is happening, simply wash off the tattoo, let it air dry and use nothing on it for a day.
Can Tattoo Goo® be used for anything else except healing tattoos?
Tattoo Goo® may be used for a wide variety of skin care needs, including cuts, scrapes, burns and bruises. It can be used daily as a lip balm, moisturizer and cuticle cream. Many diabetics have reported that they have had many positive results when using Tattoo Goo® for healing cuts, scrapes and burns.