As well as promoting the tattooed bride, Marry Me Ink is all up for new ways on how to keep your tattoos looking bold and vibrant.
Today I get to introduce you to a brand new product, FORVER INK, created by celebrity tattooist Louis Molloy.
“A tattoo is only as good as the skin it’s on”
This is so, so true. I cannot emphasise how much more vivid my tattoos look when I’ve been taking care of my skin. Moisturising is key!
Forever Ink is dedicated to providing unique skincare formulations for the care of new and existing tattoos, helping to safeguard the beauty of body art forever.”
“In the short-term newly inked tattoos are delicate and vulnerable; tattoo artists will always advise clients of an aftercare regime whereby the skin should be kept cleansed, moisturised and protected to support effective natural recovery. Forever Ink Balm® provides a unique combination of antibacterial manuka honey and vitamins B & E to moisturise, nourish and protect, helping to restore a healthy skin barrier. The sheer oil-free formula is kind, gentle and easily absorbed, leaving a smooth matte finish. Dermatologically tested and clinically proven to be kind and gentle, it is free from fragrance, colour, lanolin, parabens and alcohol making it suitable for use even on the most sensitive skin.”
“Longer term, everyday care and maintenance of tattoos is equally as important to keep the skin moisturised and colour vivid. Forever Ink Shield® has been designed specifically for the everyday care and protection of tattooed skin. The light, oil-free vitamin and antioxidant-rich formula combines hydration with all-important SPF 45 protection to defend against environmental factors that over time may cause gradual colour fade. The unique Ink Lock Technology also actively seals in tattoo colour to preserve and enhance lifetime vibrancy. Dermatologically tested and clinically proven to be kind and gentle, it is free from fragrance, colour, lanolin, parabens and alcohol, making it ideal for everyday use.”
Now you can keep your body art beautiful forever….