#129747
yodaddynukka
Participant
@yodaddynukka

i exfoliate around once a month after tattoo is FULLY healed (after six months) with trader joe’s lavender salt scrub. i highly recommend it, but i dont know how hard it is to get over on your side peter.

#129751
buttwheat
Participant
@buttwheat
peterpoose;116614 wrote:
Any suggestions on what to use ๐Ÿ™‚ ?

I use a Buf Puf spoonge daily

#129768
Squishy
Participant
@squishy

I use a hard bristled brush thingy, I don’t know the name. Just don’t be too harsh or you’ll damage your skin ๐Ÿ™‚

#129763
peterpoose
Participant
@peterpoose
yodaddynukka;116619 wrote:
i exfoliate around once a month after tattoo is FULLY healed (after six months) with trader joe’s lavender salt scrub. i highly recommend it, but i dont know how hard it is to get over on your side peter.

Ye I cant find that this side of the pond:)

I’m guessing any exfoliator will do?

At this rate I will have more shit in the bathroom than my Mrs lol

#129793
peterpoose
Participant
@peterpoose

I think I am getting OCD lol

I keep moisturising it and I have just ordered La Roche sun cream at ยฃ50 a pop lol

Now I am scouring the net and reading reviews on the best exfoliator………..

#129794
Squishy
Participant
@squishy

Bloody hell…you bunch of girls haha

I’m a girl, beauty therapist and even I wouldn’t spend that much on a moisturiser :p

#129795
peterpoose
Participant
@peterpoose
Squishy;116670 wrote:
Bloody hell…you bunch of girls haha

I’m a girl, beauty therapist and even I wouldn’t spend that much on a moisturiser :p

haha indeed! ๐Ÿ˜€

#129826
yodaddynukka
Participant
@yodaddynukka

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i have been using trader joe’s lavender salt scrub for all ink that has been fully healed and it has worked absolutely fantastic. shea butter also works to give the ink a lil oomph.

here is the ingredients:
Apricot Kernel Oil – Excellent for dry and mature skin. Helps retain skins elasticity and suppleness without feeling greasy.
Almond Oil – A moisturizing anti-oxidant.
Green Tea Leaf – Contains Vitamine E, C and B, an anti-bacterial and antioxidant.
Avacado Oil – Rich in Vitamin A, C and E. Penetrates skin deeply, no oily residue, promotes regeneration of scarred skin.
Vitamin E – Helps prevent premature aging of the skin caused by enviromental stressors such as UV, radiation and smog. Smoothes and softens skins textrue.
Highest grade of Lavender Oil.

#129797
buttwheat
Participant
@buttwheat

What does anyone use to show off their tattoos for like shows or contests?

#129843
peterpoose
Participant
@peterpoose
buttwheat;116709 wrote:
What does anyone use to show off their tattoos for like shows or contests?

I dont do any shows but when I put Dr Bonners on the tattoo really goes dark and looks nice.

#129850
buttwheat
Participant
@buttwheat
peterpoose;116721 wrote:
I put Dr Bonners on the tattoo really looks nice.

That sounds like something I put on my wife’s tattoos.

#129867
yodaddynukka
Participant
@yodaddynukka
buttwheat;116728 wrote:
That sounds like something I put on my wife’s tattoos.

zinggggggggggggg

#129868
ArniVidar
Moderator
@arnividar
peterpoose;116721 wrote:
when I put Dr Bonners on the tattoo really goes dark and looks nice.

What’s that?

#129886
#129883
ArniVidar
Moderator
@arnividar

Ok.. so it’s basically just a skin healing balm.

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