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We sell the Tattoo Goo "The Lotion" with Healix Gold Formula™ and Panthenol

  • Absorbs Quickly, Aids in Healing, Prevents Scabbing
  • Contains Vitamin Panthenol and Olive Oil
  • Lanolin and Petroleum Free
  • Provides Occlusive Barrier
  • Will not clog pores
  • Promotes faster healing time
  • Unscented / No Dyes
  • Easy to apply
  • No touch
  • Dermatologist Approved

NEW improved formula combines the latest technology the with world's most recommended ingredients! Since its introduction in 2009, Tattoo Goo® HEALIX GOLD FORMULA™ has been hailed by tattoo artists as a superior healing aid. Now we’ve combined that revolutionary formula with PANTHENOL, the world’s most recommended tattoo aftercare ingredient, to create new and improved Tattoo Goo Lotion. Tattoo Goo® Lotion uses the same quality pumice grade OLIVE OIL and antioxidant rich VITAMIN E as our Tattoo Goo Original Salve, to help speed the skin healing process. The triglycerides and wax esters in olive oil are nature’s ultimate moisturizers. Our exclusive non-greasy water based formula absorbs quickly, penetrating the skin to effectively re-moisturize. Extra emollients help draw moisture from the air, enhancing the humectant process. This skin repair and moisturizing formula revitalizes COLOR - great care for older tattoos as well as new!


With over 14 years of experience and millions of satisfied customers, Tattoo Goo the industry’s oldest and most trusted brand, introduces the finest in aftercare. The water base formula works with your body to restore the skin's natural moisture balance. The non-greasy "Lotion" absorbs quickly, penetrates deeply, and provides long lasting protection against dryness. The Lotion contains: "The Lotion" can be used by itself or combined with "The Original" Tattoo Goo.

Here are the facts regarding New and Improved Tattoo Goo Lotion vs. the competition

Compare Tattoo Goo Lotion® Aquaphor® Bepanthen®
Olive Oil
Zinc Oxide
Labeled for Tattoo Care
Labeled for Perpetual Care
Ingredients Ingredients by Purpose
  • Olive Oil ( Olea European): An especial good carrier of essential oils and skin nutrients, stimulating the synthesis of such substances as collagen, elastin, proteoglycans and gluco proteins
  • Cyclopentasiloxane: A from of silicone to provide silky smooth feeling to skin
  • Glycerine: A humectant used to moisturize skin al allows skin to draw and absorb moisture from the air
  • Cetearyl Olivate (Palmitate): Leaves the skin with a velvety feel
  • Sorbitan Olivate: A mild emulsifier and moisturizer
  • Xanthan Gum: A texturizer and gelling agent
  • Citric Acid: Has astringent and antioxidant properties
  • Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A): A Skin Conditioner
  • Panthenol-(Vitamin B5): A penetrating moisturizer. Penetrates the skin and converts to pantohenic acid. Promotoes normal kertinization and wound healing. Its humectants character enables it to hold watering enabling skin Moisturization.
  • Glycline Soja (Soybean Oil): Smoothing ingredient, high content of phosphatides such as lecithin, sterols, vitamins A, E, and K
  • Sodium Benzoate: Organic Preservative
  • Potassium Sorbate: A Preservative
  • Diazolidinyl Urea: An antiseptic, preservative
Skin Moisturizers:
  • Skin Moisturizers: Olive Oil ( Olea European), Glycerine: Sorbitan Olivate
Skin Softeners:
  • Vitamin A Palmitate, Glycline Soja (Soybean Oil)
Soothers Burns and Abrasions:
  • Cyclopentasiloxane Cetearyl, Olivate(Palmitate, Xanthan Gum, Citric Acid
Skin Cell Nutrients:
  • Citric Acid: Glycline Soja (Soybean Oil)
Healing Agents:
  • Panthenol-(Vitamin B5)
  • Formula Preservatives- Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Diazolidinyl Urea
  Tattoo Goo does not contain petrolatum or lanolin. Known as unrefined oils which can clog pores. Only the finest pumice grade olive oil used in some of the world’s most expensive humectants is found in Tattoo Goo®. It contains no Zinc oxide which can dry out skin. You can use Tattoo Goo ® Lotion after your tattoo has healed to keep the colors bright and vibrant. Now with Panthenol the vitamin D5 known to help condition skin for excellence in helping the healing process. Millions and Millions of applications sold worldwide since 1998!

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    February 21, 2015 6:14 pmPosted 9 years ago

    My daughter really wants a tattoo for her birthday you can contact me at

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    August 6, 2018 11:31 pmPosted 5 years ago

    I have been wanting to get a tattoo for some time and what I want to know is what is an estimated cost of getting a tattoo on the forearm? I’m just trying to get some price ideas so I know how much to save. Thank you and have a good day.

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    February 24, 2020 1:18 pmPosted 4 years ago
    Matthew Cheatum

    Hello what is your estimate average cost for a medium tattoos

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