There are many articles online that discuss the topic of tattoo aftercare and many of them are unfortunately written by professional bloggers with no real life or clinical experience in caring for a fresh tattoo. Often they will compile information from different blog sources to create their own “expert opinion” with little or no clinical evidence or research to back up their claims. So you often hear the same ill-conceived advice being repeated.
It is common sense however to ensure you keep your fresh tattoo clean though in the modern world,...
I wanted to share this story with our readers to perhaps offer further insight into the amazing healing benefits of hemp seed oil.
During my travels up the Northern New South Wales coast of Australia in 2016, I happened to meet an older gentlemen at a place I stayed and whilst chatting with him, I couldn't help noticing that he had quite severe open and bleeding lesions on his arms.
I asked this man what was causing the lesions and he bluntly turned to me and said ‘Read the article →
Wishing all our customers, followers and supporters a safe and sensational 2017!
2016 was a big year for ZooTattoo so we want to take this opportunity to thank all our amazing customers. Our premium range of tattoo aftercare has been steadily growing with more and more people experiencing the benefits of our unique hemp formula. We are looking forward to continuing to work with studios both in Australia and abroad, and continue to deliver our premium Z Balm Tattoo Aftercare,
When it comes to tattoo aftercare, there are quite a number of products to choose from with varying costs involved. Some products contain chemicals, others contain animal products and a small number of them opt for a chemical and animal product free alternative. What’s the difference you might ask? Quality usually comes to mind and effectiveness.
Costs vary considerably between the products available and are usually determined by one key factor which typically relates to the cost of the ingredients used to make the product. A considerable...
Bepanthen is an ointment specifically formulated to prevent and heal nappy rash but it seems there are quite a number of people who use Bepanthen as a tattoo aftercare.
Let’s take a look at the ingredients of Bepanthen nappy ointment.
The main ingredient of Bepanthen is dexpanthenol which is derived from panthenol. In the cosmetic industry, this is used as an emollient and moisturiser. As an ointment, it penetrates the skin and is used for minor skin irritation such as diaper rash and sunburn. This is why some use it to moisturise tattoos.
Further, Bepanthen contains petrolatum which is commonly known as...