Products that Aid Eyebrow Tattoo Healing

To help speed up eyebrow tattoo healing A&D ointment or Bacitracin can be used for a couple days, but what you really need is a fragrance-free moisturizer. Here are some of the best creams / lotions that can help eyebrow tattoo healing:

The best brand names for unscented lotions and creams are Lubriderm, Curad, Cetaphil, Aveeno, Neutrogena and even Burt’s Bees.

One excellent cream for eyebrow tattoo care, once scabs have formed or to alleviate tightness, is Lubriderm Fragrance Free Daily Moisture Lotion. It’s light, not greasy and offers good moisture to the area without irritation. Another is the Aveeno Baby Eczema Therapy Moisturizing cream that’s cheap but great for sensitive skin. Apply the cream to the eyebrow tattoo area 3 – 5 times a day. Aveeno also makes Active Naturals Skin Relief Moisturizing Lotion which is unscented and can help protect and aid with eyebrow tattoo healing during a couple weeks or a month until all the scabs are gone. Compare the Aveno line with Cetaphil Moisturizing Lotion, which is oil free, hypoallergenic and easy to find at most drug stores. You can also consider the Curel products, which will likewise aid eyebrow tattoo healing by keeping the skin moist, like the others, but perhaps easier to find in your region. Try Curel Continuous Comfort Moisture Lotion. It’s an extra strength skin hydrator that absorbs well without heavy residue.

For natural eyebrow tattoo care many ladies have found that Burt’s Bees – Baby Bee Nourishing Lotion works wonders. One reason is that it’s designed for baby’s sensitive skin and therefore is ideal for keeping the delicate eyebrow tattoo area moist. It contains natural shea butter, is fragrance free / hypoallergenic, and isn’t very expensive.

For relief of itchiness, which will likely occur 2 – 3 days after the procedure {and to avoid the temptation to scratch}, every eyebrow tattoo care kit should include a bottle of aloe vera gel. If your cosmetic tattoo specialist hasn’t already supplied you with some, then here are the products you can buy almost anywhere:

Fruit of the Earth has an Aloe Vera Gel that’s 100% pure with no additives. Swab a little onto the brow and feel the refreshing relief. Aubrey Organics also has pure Aloe Vera gel in handy little 4 ounce containers. Lily of the Desert has a Whole Leaf Aloe Vera Gel that’s actually a drink, but can refresh the skin instead of using water. Jason Aloe Vera Hand & Body Lotion is another good product because its got pure aloe vera plus vitamins A, C and E, ideal for eyebrow tattoo care during the days following any permanent makeup procedure.

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