Premium Ingredients for Natural Healing

Each ingredient in our Ink Defense Tattoo Care Butter and Pro-Balm serves an important purpose. We use the natural richness of avocado butter, Shea butter, coconut oil, grapeseed oil, and more to moisturize, soothe, and protect. That means less itching, inflammation, and irritation while your tattoo is healing. For long-term care, the intense moisturization of Ink Defense can help your existing color tattoos to look more vibrant and your black-and-grey pieces to look sharper. 

Avocado Butter     

Avocado butter is a superior nourisher that deeply penetrates skin. It is easily absorbed, which maximizes its myriad of benefits with no greasy residue. The antioxidant effects of vitamins A and E add to avocado's luxurious emollience. It is excellent for easing the irritation, dryness, and peeling associated with the aftercare process.

Coconut Oil     

Proteins found within coconuts help to repair damaged skin cells, which helps tattoos heal more quickly and more beautifully. Coconut oil can help prevent patchy areas in a newly healed tattoo by minimizing dry, cracked skin.

Shea Butter    

Shea butter is very high in botanical vitamin A, a natural healer that promotes rapid repair of damaged skin. Shea butter also contains high levels of vitamins C and E, both of which act as potent antioxidants that can heal skin while protecting it from scarring.

Lavender Essential Oil      

Known largely for its soothing scent, lavender essential oil is anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial. Combined with a rich supply of antioxidants, these properties help your skin to heal quickly after a tattooing session. When used on existing tattoos, lavender oil can repair damage and moisturize your skin, which helps ink appear sharper and more vibrant.  

Formulated for People—Not Tested on Animals

We know getting a new tattoo hurts—but it should never hurt an animal. That's why all of our formulas are cruelty-free and vegan-friendly.

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