A Shaving Soap Experience
If you just got a new tattoo, one of the first things any reputable artist will tell you is how crucial aftercare is. “A tattoo takes approximately four to six weeks to completely heal, and one of the biggest mistakes you can make after getting a tattoo is to let it dry out. After getting new ink, the ultimate goal is to avoid scab formation, which will also help prevent lightened spots or scars from developing on the design. To stop the scabbing you should use Van Yuly’s Ink serum that will protect it and keep it hydrated until your ink heals completely.
Van Yulay has formulated this serum for the perfect heal. You need quality ingredients to fortify your complexed skin. We do that with this serum, with vitamins , minerals and healing oils. This is one of a kind serum because we at Van Yulay are all about skin food!
Emu Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Argan Oil, Pumpkin Seed Oil, Avocado Oil, Squalane Oil, Rosehip Seed Oil, Red Raspberry Oil, Glycerin, Cupuacu-Kokum- Murumuru Butters, Lecithin, Sea Buckthorn Oil, Tepezcohuite, White Willow Bark, Tea Tree, Propolis, Kava-Kava, Ylang-Ylang and GSE.
- Murumuru Butters: Imparts exceptional, non-greasy emollience with a fast rate of absorption, and its hydrating, soothing, and firming properties make it a superior moisturizer that is suited to all skin types, including sensitive and oily types.
- Cupuacu Butter: contains phytosterols, an unsaponifiable component that helps to slows down the deterioration of the skin. Recent research studies have shown that Phytosterols help to promote the elasticity and suppleness of the skin.
- Emu Oil – contains high levels of polyunsaturated fatty acids, therefore it is able to easily penetrate the skin’s barriers for deep moisturization. When compared to other types of oil, emu oil had 2-4 times greater penetration of the skin. These effects show that emu oil is able to moisturize and rejuvenate the skin extremely effectively.
- Tepezcohuite: is best known for its ability to heal wounds and injuries. It also contains compounds like saponins, tannins, and flavonoids, known to improve skin health and rejuvenate it.
- Propolis: Its widest use has been for its antibacterial and anti-fungal properties, and adds that it can potentially speed up the healing process.
- Pumpkin Seed Oil – is rich in Vitamins A, B, D & E, minerals, and proteins. It has over 60% of unsaturated fatty acids and is rich in omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids making it perfect for wound and skin healing.
- Sea Buckthorn: – These berries are expressed for their oil and are said to be the single highest vegetal source of Vitamin C, Vitamin E, unsaturated fatty acids and essential amino acids, along with beta-carotene, which gives them their bright color. .Thus tons of skin food!
- Lecithin: Is and natural emollient which enables it to give your skin a protective barrier and keep moisture in.