April 06, 2019
Did you know that sensitivities and irritations arise when you put things on your body that shouldn’t be there, like the synthetics and chemicals found in many skincare products today?
Tattoos are well known to irritate and inflame your skin, especially colour tattoos so why add to the problem by using the wrong skincare?
Natural and earth made ingredients such as Safflower, Sunflower, Rosehip Oil, Olive Oil, Shea Butter, Jojoba Oil, Vitamin E, Calendula and Targetes Erecta Flower, all of which have excellent natural healing properties that are more nourishing and repairing for your skin after getting a tattoo. Additionally, we include antibacterial ingredients like Coconut Oil, Lavender and Bees Wax which also helps to creates a protective barrier and anti-itch Chamomile for comfort. Many of these ingredients are also anti-inflammatory to help reduce the redness, pain and irritation that usually follows from getting inked. Organic & Natural products work better because they are healthier and have wholesome ingredients that are at peace with your skin when applied.
Aussie Inked Tattoo Aftercare is 100% Natural & Organic for this reason and we won’t cut corners by using cheaper filler ingredients to pad out our product formula.
Did you know that using organic products is also better for the environment. Organic farming eliminates the use of synthetic chemicals and fertilisers that can be destructive to water and soil. Organically grown plants also do not have GMOs (genetically modified organisms) which can be harmful both to the environment. Who would have thought that looking after your tattoo could lead us to look our environment!
We also use recyclable containers and ship using greener parcel delivery with packs made from sustainably sourced plants that you can throw into your worm farm.
The Aussie Inked range is Made in Australia and owned by Aussie's!
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February 28, 2022
The initial healing period especially the first few days and week are the most important for your new tattoo, so make sure to take proper care of it. We've provided the top must know tips to provide optimal healing for your tattoo.
Put simply, no. Your tattooist will confirm, avoid submerging your tattoo in water. Soaking can cause scabs to come off prematurely. Avoid swimming to avoid bacteria and irritants that can be found in water.
July 14, 2020
The question of wet vs. dry healing has been a topic of conversation in the cosmetic tattoo community for some time but no longer is it necessary to risk your work when Aussie Inked has formulated the perfect PMU after care solution.