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I have sensitive skin and quickly realized I'm allergic to this stuff. A&D Ointment and Eucerin, which you can get at pretty much any store, is a million times better!
K,from experience I can tell you you would be better off with the lotion version of the Tattoo Goo if you're skin is sensitive.To soaps,lotions,etc. As the lotion does not contain the same form of ingredients so if you're sensitive skinned this is not for you.However,if not then just apply a very thin layer so you don't clog any pores during the healing process.So that's why I gave it an in between rating.
The only good thing I can say about this stuff is it smells good. Other than that, it's junk for tattoos. I used Bacitracin the first few days after getting my tattoo. Then I tried the Tattoo Goo. What awful stuff! Talk about itching. Oh my God, I could have scratched my new tat right off! Instead, I washed it with gentle soap, dried it and applied regular lotion (Curel is good) and it was fine. I thought maybe the itch was due to the healing process, so I stupidly tried the Goo again the next couple of days. I got the same reaction each time. Horrible itching. Wash it off, dry it, lotion. No itching. It might be good for lip balm, but don't put it on your sensitive healing tattoo- you'll be sorry!!
I love this product! My ink work healed beautifully. It smells great and feels good.
Do not waste your money on this stuff: YOU DO NOT NEED IT!!! Tattoo Goo is not a miracle formula, It will not make your tattoo heal faster. all it is, is a moisturizer, and a greasy one at that! Also, it's a little disgusting to stick your finger in a tin all the time! EW! Don't waste your money on Tattoo Goo, Beauty Supply Stores and Whole Foods have many alternative natural-moisturizers and lotions that work just as well but for less!
ALL AFTERCARE PRODUCTS ARE NON-RETURNABLE.The Original Tattoo Goo in ointment form is the Natural Choice for healing your tattoo fast and for skin that is damaged, chapped, scraped, sun or wind burned from X-Treme sports. This unique formula based with herbs, oils, and vitamins known for their natural healing properties allows the skin to breath and helps to "soothe" the tattoo as it heals. The "original" is non-staining, has a pleasant natural smell, petroleum free, lanolin free, and mineral oil free. Ingredients: Olive oil, beeswax, cocoa butter, wheat germ oil, tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E), lavendar oil, sunflower oil, rosemary extract, D&C green 6.The tin is 3/4 Ounce.
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