Tattoos go through stages that are natural to the healing process. Our tattoo balm helps provide integral nutrients to your tattoo during and after healing. Coconut oil contains high levels of fatty acids that help to form a moisturizing barrier on your skin, while Shea butter moisturizes and provides UV protection all while helping to regenerate the tattooed area. Mango butter is soothing and moisturizing and cocoa butter has high emollient and antioxidant properties. Kokum (or African nutmeg) butter helps heal dry skin and aid in the appearance of scars meanwhile the lavender aids in reducing pain and soothing the area.

Tattoo Balm

£2.95 Regular Price
£2.07Sale Price
  • Organic Coconut Oil: made by pressing the flesh of coconuts, this oil helps to reduce dryness and maintain moisture, forms a protective barrier to help shield skin from environmental factors, reduce redness, fight signs of aging and smooth skin

     

    Organic Shea Butter: produced from the fat derived from nuts of the Shea tree, it has extensive anti inflammatory properties that help to reduce redness and swelling, it soaks in to skin to moisturize and created a protective barrier to prevent dehydration, protects skin from free radicals, has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties to help skin infections, boosts collagen production and promotes cell regeneration and can help sooth muscle aches

     

    Mango butter: pressed from the seeds of mangos, mango butter is an effective moisturizer and helps to form a protective layer on your skin to prevent the loss of moisture. It contains high amounts of vitamin C which helps to promote collagen production. The abundance of vitamins A, C and E help to protect skin from environmental damage like sun, pollution and blue light.

     

    Organic Cocoa Butter: Derived from pressed cocoa beans,cocoa butter is high in fatty acids (oleic acid, palmitic acid and stearic acid) which allow this butter to form a protective layer on skin and hair to combat free radical and environmental damage. Rich in polyphenols, it helps to improve elasticity and boost collagen production restoring health to dry, damaged hair and skin while slowing down sign of premature aging and the formation of fine lines and wrinkles. Cocoa butter has a high content of saturated fats which makes it a powerful moisturizer by deeply hydrating skin and hair while it’s emollient properties lock in moisture and deeply nourish and condition. 

     

    Avocado oil: produced by pressing the flesh of avocados, it contains a high percentage of Vitamin E, as well as potassium, lecithin, and many other nutrients which can nourish and moisturize your skin. The oleic acid promotes collagen production and accelerates the healing process of skin from damage like sunburns. The fatty acids help the skin to retain its elasticity and the vitamins and antioxidants can help with skin conditions

     

    Kokum Butter: made from the seeds of the tropical West African tree Pycnanthus angolensis, also known as the "African nutmeg”, this butter contains naturally high levels Myristoleic and other acids and antioxidants, it is known for its anti-inflammatory, antifungal, anti-allergenic, antiseptic, anti-oxidizing, immune-stimulant, painkilling and regenerative properties. It moisturizes and softens the skin, helps to regenerate cells, restores flexibility and elasticity to the skin and is easily absorbed in to skin. 

     

    Lavender essential oil: derived from the lavender plant, it has antibacterial properties to help minimize skin infections, has anti inflammatory and anti fungal properties to help with skin conditions and has antioxidants to help fight free radical damage