H2Ocean Ocean Care Cream Tattoo Aftercare

$11.00

Rich Soothing Formula Tattoo Aftercare

Ocean Care’s unique formula is designed to moisturize and help assist the natural healing process of your skin. H2Ocean Cream provides the essential nutrients and vitamins to help minimize scabbing and to help preserve the quality and appearance of your new tattoo. Enhanced with Rose Hips Seed Oil which provides antioxidant properties and contains high amounts of Vitamin A, C and E, Ocean Care will help to nourish and maintain healthy skin. In addition, Ocean Care does not contain petroleum or bees wax ingredients that may potentially clog pores and allow bacteria growth in the product. Ocean Care will help to soothe your new tattoo without sticking to your clothes or leaving any greasy residue.

How it works

H2Ocean Ocean CareNatural Antibacterial, Antimicrobial and Antifungal ingredients are added to help in safeguarding your new tattoo from airborne bacteria. When Ocean Care is applied to your new tattoo, it starts working immediately, penetrating your derma cells to provide moisture and nutrients to heal as fast as nature allows. It should be applied 3-4 times a day to help protect and maintain the quality and appearance of your new tattoo.

* All Natural Ingredients
* Antioxidant Properties
* Vitamins A, C, and E
* Does not clog pores
* Non-Greasy Formulation
* Anitbacterial, Antimicrobial, Antifungal
* Keep Tattoo Moisturized

Directions:
Wash and dry hands before applying. After removing the bandage, carefully wash your tattoo with warm water and soap. Apply a small amount of Ocean Care in palm of hand. Use your fingertips and gently apply Ocean Care on your tattoo 3-4 times daily.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1lbs


This product was added to our catalog on Monday 10 September, 2007.

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