New Tattoo Product – Forever Ink Tattoo Aftercare

Forever Ink Tattoo Aftercare

“A tattoo is a life-time investment; with 30 years of experience I know a quality tattoo deserves the best after-care to keep it looking vibrant. That’s why I recommend Forever Ink Balm to all of my clients.”
Lou Molloy – Tattoo Artist at Middleton Tattoo Studio

Forever Ink recently launched their new tattoo after care products and they look fantastic!

This new range has been endorsed by the UK’s famous celebrity tattoo artist Louis Molloy from the TV series London ink, he’s also the tattooist behind David Beckhams famous tattoos.

The new Forever Ink range consists of the “Ink Balm” and then we have the “Ink Shield“, each product has it’s own unique after care purpose.

Ink Balm

The new “Ink Balm” is used on freshly inked tattoos as a way of keeping the skin moisturized thus making the tattoo healing process easier and better.

  • Developed specifically for the care of tattooed skin
  • Soothes and moisturises to support natural skin recovery
  • Unique combination of natural antibacterial Manuka Honey and Vitamins B & E nourish and protect
  • Clinically proven to be kind & mild to skin
  • Dermatologically tested
  • Suitable for sensitive skin
  • Free from fragrance, colour, oil, lanolin, parabens and alcohol
  • Easily absorbed
  • Skin friendly pH (pH 5.5)
  • Naturally derived ingredients
  • Light, breathable oil-free formulation
  • Non-sticky, matte finish

Ink Shield

Forever Inks “Ink Shield” is for everyday use after your tattoo has healed and with it’s “Ink Lock Technology” it’s used to help maintain the color and vibrance of your tattoos.

  • Developed specifically for the everyday care of tattooed skin
  • Moisturiser + SPF 45
  • Unique Ink Lock Technology – seals in colour to ensure lifetime vibrancy
  • Clinically proven to be kind & mild to skin
  • Dermatologically tested
  • Enriched with vitamins B, C & E
  • Easily absorbed invisible zinc (no white residue)
  • Suitable for sensitive skin
  • Free from fragrance, colour, oil, lanolin, parabens and alcohol.

Check out the video below where Louis demonstrates the process of inking a tattoo.

We’re really excited to see how these new products can help preserve and care for tattoos!

Have you tried any of these new products yet? If you have, let us know what you think in the comments below.