jaxity asked: Bepanthen. Nice and thick so goes on well and is absorbed nicely.

1 year ago on May 02, 2013 at 01:21am

nipps19 asked: Ive used pbanthem ( i dont think its spelt right. Its used for nappy rash, dry nipples.) You can buy it at your suppermarket.

1 year ago on May 02, 2013 at 01:06am

riskybusiness05 asked: I never had a problem with tattoo goo, but its kind of pricey. Aquaphor is pretty amazing stuff. Really whatever your artist recommends should be fine and just don't put a stupid amount on it, just enough to make it barely shiny, otherwise you could lose some of the ink.

1 year ago on May 02, 2013 at 01:05am

viebot asked: Regarding what to use for the healing, my artist only ever tells me to use unscented lotion. Doesn't matter what kind as long as it's unscented! I personally used cetaphil moisturizer or one of aveenos unscented ones (cos they come in little tubes that you can just carry around). Worked pretty great and didn't leave my arm feeling all gooey and shit. :)

hidden-ice asked: to the anon- neosporin. always neosporin.

1 year ago on May 02, 2013 at 12:51am

waitingforrelease asked: Aquaphor is an excellent tattoo moisturizer

theariesdragon asked: Just started a new piece about a week ago and god damn does it itch. The last piece I got done I used some stuff called "tattoo goo" but the artist I just went to spoke very poorly of it. What kind of lotion would you recommend?


I am not a tattoo artist. Anybody out there willing to answer?

1 year ago on May 02, 2013 at 12:40am

chienbleufrancais-deactivated20 asked: One thing about white ink tattoos, they don't really age well and end up looking like a weird yellow most of the time so people should think about it twice before getting one and if they do want one should go to an artist who already did that and knows how to deal with it...or get a scarification, more painful though but better visual result

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