The Ink Balm Tattoo Balm Review

[unpaid/sample] I have a small tattoo of a north star on the side of my middle finger that I got after years of contemplating. The journey from choosing the design to getting it inked took just over 24 hours as my son’s friend who is a tattoo artist did it for me.

The Review of Ink Balm Tattoo Balm

I usually don’t use any special products for my small tattoo, just regular hand creams and body lotions. However, for larger tattoos, it’s essential to use a balm to maintain color vibrancy and prevent dryness around the area. Tattooed skin needs a balm rather than a lotion.

The Review of Ink Balm Tattoo Balm

The Ink Balm Tattoo Balm is a nourishing balm consisting of shea, coconut, and apricot oils, along with mango seed butter and candelilla wax. This hydrating balm helps maintain the look of your tattoo. The stick form makes it convenient to apply to any size of tattoo quickly. Besides tattoos, it can also be used to hydrate dry skin on areas like shins, elbows, and feet. The packaging design of The Ink Balm changes, showcasing different designers. The balm stick is priced at £12, making it a great value, gift, and practical product.

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