#38846
bklixuz
Guest
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i have just started tattooing for a year now. im using kuro sumi outlining ink and for mixing my greywash i use green soap diluted with distilled water in an ink cup and another one is 50/50 lidocaine (liquid/ injectable type) & distilled water so far im satistied with it and happy how the tattoos healed. i was having trouble mixing my greywash with water alone.
im really curious on how witch hazel works for mixing your greywash. from where i live i have not found an 100% pure witch hazel. i have found 3 products though that has WH and can it be an alternative? i know this question is dumb but i have to start out form something…
all are facial products::

1.) gt with witch hazel extract
ingredients:
water
ehtyl alcohol
witch hazel

2.) celeteque alcohol free with witch hazel
ingredients:
water
PEG 6
butylene glycol
glycerine
panthenol
polysorbate 20
DMDM hydantoin
lodopropynyl
butylcarbamate
disodium EDTA
sodium PCA
witch hazel

3.) Derm A Therapy C
ingredients:
calendula extract
alpha hydoxy acid
honey extract
vitamine e
witch hazel

#123538
Sherav
Participant
    @sherav

Hi

Discussion of tattooing practice is banned on these forums.

I would suggest Outlaw’s Tattoo forum as place to start.

Kind regards

Matthew


The only difference between a person with tattoos, and a person without is this. The person with tattoos does not care if you do not have any.
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