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The healing process for a tattoo can involve pain, infections, and allergic reactions. But the usual treatment of petroleum jelly can create scabs that might distort the ink. “It turns out the age-old recommendation was a bad one,” says Mad Rabbit co-founder and CEO Oliver Zak. In the interest of faster and safer healing, Mad Rabbit’s tattoo repair patch is made from water-based hydrogel, which keeps the tattoo hydrated (minimizing ink loss), avoids allergic reactions from latex, and offers 99.8% UV resistance to shield your tat from the sun.
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