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    hey all. so i've couple tats myself and been told the best thing to use for healing is bepanthen cream.
    but, i've used it a couple times and it's given me a rash...which is odd.
    has anyone else had this problem. and would anyone recommend anything else to use?
    thanks.

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    I've used it for the first and second stages of my tattoo...

    Both times... the tattoo has healed very quickly...

    I don't get any side effects...

    But all of our bodies are different...

    What might work on one person, might not work on another...

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    yea makes sense alright. but, if that doesn't work for someone what else could they use? i've been coasting by on e45, but i'm not sure if that's the right way to go about it...

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    Hi

    Try some tattoo goo it is all natural and works well on tattoos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StuperMario View Post
    hey all. so i've couple tats myself and been told the best thing to use for healing is bepanthen cream.
    but, i've used it a couple times and it's given me a rash...which is odd.
    has anyone else had this problem. and would anyone recommend anything else to use?
    thanks.

    When I went to the chemists to get some bepanthen cream they didn't have any in and instead of waiting for the delivery the next day I bought some Kamillosan cream (for babies bottoms), i used it several times a day and kept my tattoo well moisturised with it. I had no scabbing what so ever and was completely healed in just over a week, I was so pleased with the result with this cream i never bothered with bepanthen for my next tattoos, just carried on with Kamillosan. It's very natural, camomile I believe.........smels good too! I wouldn't presume to advise, just telling you about my own experience.
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    thanks sherav an vizzielove. i'll check those both out. you have been most helpful.

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    How about Sudocream... It's in a white & red tub...

    It's also used for babies bottom's, to help with nappy rash...

    Might be another alternative...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PBimages View Post
    How about Sudocream... It's in a white & red tub...

    It's also used for babies bottom's, to help with nappy rash...

    Might be another alternative...
    believe it or not allergic to that too!! ha. although that was figured out when i was a kid. see i've just got stupidly sensitive skin. thanks though!

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    I was advised to use either Bepanthan or Bachs Rescue Cream by the artist I used and I opted for Bachs as it's natural and plant extracts only.

    It's got antiseptic, healing and moisturising properties so used just that and healed in about a week - no itching or scabbing.

    It's not overly expensive either.

    Hope you get sorted
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    Quote Originally Posted by LAP13 View Post
    I was advised to use either Bepanthan or Bachs Rescue Cream by the artist I used and I opted for Bachs as it's natural and plant extracts only.

    It's got antiseptic, healing and moisturising properties so used just that and healed in about a week - no itching or scabbing.

    It's not overly expensive either.

    Hope you get sorted

    plant extracts only, i like the sound of that. i'll defo go for that one if i can get it. thanks mate.


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