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Poll Question: How do you heal your tattoos?
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Quote AltheaRose Replybullet Posted: May/11/2009 at 1:29am
Originally posted by mrDahmer

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Cheers, I think i'll stick to bepanthem because it's always worked really well for me, but I'll keep the petrolium stuff in mind :)

I look at it this way, if you've found something that really work for you, stick with it (:

But sometimes trying new stuff is good too
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Quote isellmisery Replybullet Posted: May/11/2009 at 8:41am
i use tattoo goo, and ive never had a problem with it
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Quote Rhuin Replybullet Posted: May/11/2009 at 9:10am
Originally posted by PippaG

Originally posted by you-fail-me

Bepanthen all the way.

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Quote NaomiJane Replybullet Posted: June/08/2009 at 4:14pm
bepanthen or preparation h

savlon if i'm lazy
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Quote QOTSA90 Replybullet Posted: June/08/2009 at 5:24pm
Dunno if 'tattoo goo' is an ointment or a lotion, it contains olive oil, beeswax and cocoa butter. So its got all the good stuff :) did the trick for me jsut fine.
Would anyone mind if I used the Bodymod Skully next time?
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Quote Adam Smith Replybullet Posted: July/10/2009 at 6:46am
well all that i know about tattoo healing is that no chemical or lotion can remove the design effectively. However laser method is considered to somewhat effective but then you will have to pay high amount to the dermatologist.
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Quote nick_havok Replybullet Posted: July/10/2009 at 5:14pm
i dont use ANY ointment...

what i use is Unscented "LUBRIDERM" and my tattoos heal nicely, and fast.

it is a lotion, it isnt greasy/oily it absorbs quickly into the skin...that tribal s on my arm on the picture right there  took no more than a week to completly heal with lubriderm :)
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Quote Treblebitch17 Replybullet Posted: November/20/2010 at 5:20pm
I leave the wrap on for an hour, wash thoroughly with non-fragrance disinfectant 3-4 times a day til it dries out. Then I wash morning and night and apply H2Ocean tattoo cream when 3-5 times a day. Works really well for me.Smile
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Quote tattoofan Replybullet Posted: November/24/2010 at 8:32am
My bro presented me Tattoogenie recovery kit for my Birthday. And my skin just fell in love with it:@) Yep it's more expensive then Bepanthen I used before but it's worth it.
I use cleanser&spray&balm 3 times a day for two weeks or so depending on tattoo.

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Quote Jenycide Replybullet Posted: December/07/2010 at 5:35am
After Ink seems to be working nicely on my arm - it has palm oil, apricot kernel oil, canola oil, sunflower oil, calendula oil, beeswax, and grapefruit extract.

After a few days I'll switch to moisturiser.
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