About ZOOTATTOO® BALM 

(GLIDE * HEAL * CARE)

VeganRecyclableMade in Australia

 

Since 2015, ZOOTATTOO® BALM has been an OG Aussie favorite for use before, during and after the tattoo process. We were the first company to launch an all-natural Hemp based vegan tattoo aftercare balm in Australia.

Blending true blue Aussie sourced organic Hemp Seed Oil and complimentary essential oils and botanicals, you’re getting the perfect healing aid rather than just a moisturiser. Minimise itchiness and inflammation during the process and reduce scabbing to promote a fast heal.

Ensure to prepare in advance so you are not caught off guard. Protect your tattoo investment using a product with natural medicinal properties and avoid chemical based products when healing.

InIgredients:

HYDROGENATED RAPESEED OIL, HYDROLYZED HEMP SEED EXTRACT, HYDROGENATED COCONUT OIL, CANDELILLA CERA, HYDROGENATED APRICOT KERNEL OIL, THEOBROMA CACAO SEED BUTTER, CALENDULA OFFICINALIS FLOWER EXTRACT, HYDROGENATED SWEET ALMOND OIL, TOCOPHEROL, SUNFLOWER SEED OIL GLYCERIDES, MELISSA OFFICINALIS LEAF OIL

Directions for use:

Doing a tattoo?

Apply as required during the process for a super smooth glide and apply a thin layer to the tattoo after thoroughly cleaning the tattooed skin with ZOOTATTOO® Wash or a natural soap with distilled water.

Getting a tattoo?

For tattoo pre-treatment preparation, apply a light layer 2-3 times daily on the skin for 48 hours prior to your first tattoo appointment, then apply a light layer twice daily until fully healed. Once healed, apply once per day for maintenance to keep your skin healthy and your tattoo looking vibrant.

Best Before:

9 months after opening if consistently stored at 25 degrees Celsius or below. Avoid direct sunlight and regular exposure to humidity. We recommend that you refrigerate after use. ZOOTATTOO® Balm is a natural product with no preservatives so please ensure proper storage in between use for maximum shelf life and efficacy.

Caution:

Do not apply to infected skin and discontinue use if irritation occurs. If symptoms persist, consult your medical practitioner.