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Old 25-07-2017, 02:58 AM   #1
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Default Best place to buy Dr. Numb cream in UK? And best cream for healed tats?

As title says where is the best place in UK to get hold of DR. Numb cream?

Also what do you guys personally use for fully healed tattoos to make them pop?

I range from Palmers Cocoa Butter. E45, Pure coconut oil, Emu Oil, some body creams and butters.

Anyone got anything else that is great or are these pretty much the best?
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Old 25-07-2017, 03:11 AM   #2
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I just use Lubriderm unscented once in awhile, nothing fancy. Seems to do the trick.
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Do numbing creams compromise the application of the tattoo? I'd love to use one for my 2 day session but have heard they cause issues..
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I just use Lubriderm unscented once in awhile, nothing fancy. Seems to do the trick.
Doe it give them a shine?

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Do numbing creams compromise the application of the tattoo? I'd love to use one for my 2 day session but have heard they cause issues..
I'm using it for lasering but I've spoke to artists who highly recommend it.

Only last like an hour or so though.
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Doe it give them a shine?

I'm using it for lasering but I've spoke to artists who highly recommend it.

Only last like an hour or so though.
Cool...anyone else had good luck with Dr. Numb?
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Old 25-07-2017, 08:31 AM   #6
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Also what do you guys personally use for fully healed tattoos to make them pop?
Lush Elbow Grease works for my colour stuff.

Elbow Grease
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Old 25-07-2017, 03:05 PM   #7
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Palmers Cocoa Butter works fine for me. I've also used Hustle Butter. Also fine.
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Old 25-07-2017, 03:07 PM   #8
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Dr numb I think I bought in amazon.

For tattoos to pop, elbow grease is good but can be a little heavy for some skin. Electric ink make a vibrancy serum and a body oil spray which is nice but can be pricey.
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Dr numb I think I bought in amazon.

For tattoos to pop, elbow grease is good but can be a little heavy for some skin. Electric ink make a vibrancy serum and a body oil spray which is nice but can be pricey.
I tried the electric ink and it gave me a rash. I stick with palmer's now. I do have sensitive skin however, but just something to think about.
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Ive no experience with Dr Numb but after care and to make my tattoo pop and shine dare I say I use tattoo goo , ive tried lots of others but I always come back to and it always gives my tattoo a great look, if ive not got any of that then its just plain Palmers coco butter (in a jar)
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