After Inked Tattoo skincare line offers an array of moisturizing tattoo aftercare products that are completely vegan, animal cruelty-free, naturally fragranced and made with non-GMO ingredients. It is tested by dermatologists and proven to be hypoallergenic and safe for sensitive skin. There are no petroleum products used in the skincare line which prevents the moisturizers and lotions from leaving a sticky, gooey residue on skin. Along with the benefits the moisturizer provides for tattoos, it can be used to effectively heal and soothe sore skin following tattoo removal. The company is based in the United States and manufactures all of their products in the country.
After Inked Tattoo Moisturizer has been featured as the go-to tattoo aftercare lotion on tattoo culture-based television shows and boasts world renowned tattoo artists as part of their clientele. The moisturizer contains grape seed oil which is an antioxidant rich in vitamins E and C. In addition to grape seed oil the lotion owes its effectiveness to shea butter, vegan beeswax, jojoba seed oil, and orange oil which lends the product its citrus fragrance. For the environmentally conscious, After Inked ensures environment-friendly packaging that is easy to recycle.
Along with the moisturizer, After Inked’s jelly can be used to help speed the healing process, although either product can be used effectively on its own. The jelly is vegan, cruelty-free and petroleum-free like the moisturizer but uses castor oil as its base with the addition of rosemary, lavender, olive leaf, and goldenseal root. It enhances the effects of the moisturizer and can also be used by artists as a gliding agent during the tattooing process.
The moisturizer, or any other After Inked product such as the non-petroleum jelly and Ink Seal tattoo spray, can be purchased worldwide through a variety of retailers, including Whole Foods grocery, as well as several websites online. The product is among the most highly reviewed and preferred by many tattooed individuals as the best in moisturizing.