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YES! USE HOLLYWOOD COCOA BUTTER!!!! yes. i would HIGHLY recommend it! it's the other thing i use to condition my skin. it may take some getting used to a creme th…at doesn't completely dissolve in your skin... but it's great and won't destroy your clothes or anything. hope this helps!
Answer Cocoa butter, also called theobroma oil, is the pale-yellow, pure edible vegetable fat of the cacao bean. It is the substance used to make solid chocolate bars. …It is mixed with varying amounts of cocoa powder to produce solid pieces of chocolate. Cocoa butter is extracted from the cacao beans and can be used to make chocolate, pharmaceuticals, ointments, and toiletries. Cocoa butter has a mild chocolate flavor and aroma.
Cocoa butter is a pure edible vegetable fat extracted from the cacao bean.
Well, depending on how you got this done, its a pretty cool design, so i would say anything with a tribal background, such as a sword and or a coi fish with a wave backg…round of some sort. -Shocker
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Yes you can but dont use too much on it.
You can use Cocoa Butter or Shea Butter, they are both very good for aftercare. Many people are using the wrong aftercare these days. Many people are still using petrolium bas…ed products such as A&D ointment, Bacitracin and Neosporin. These are some of the worst aftercare products to use on your Tattoo. They do not absorb into the skin to condition it, they sit on top. Think of it as a liquid saran wrap. Your tattoo must be able to breath in order to heal. Covering your tattoo with anything like saran wrap, bandages, or a petroleum product can have a drawing effect and cause color loss in your Tattoo. Also, many people breakout with the use of petroleum products. Here is a couple of things to avoid when looking for a Tattoo Aftercare ointment Petroleum Lanolin Mineral Oil Colors Artificial Preservatives Parabens Fragrances Any form of Citrus oils Sunscreen -Skinlab Tattoo
Definitely! It will soothe the pain and cool down you skim if you just got it done.
You can buy cocoa butter at a local body shop, gourmet food store, bake shop, or grocery store.
A very tasteless tattoo.
No, cocoa is a powdery substance extracted from the cacao bean, and butter is a dairy product from cows. however, a syrup-ish solution called "cocoa butter" is from the fa…tty substance taken from from the cacao bean. it is not related to butter.
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Yes, it moisturizes the lashes but be sure not to get it in your eyes.
Cocoa butter really does not do much to fade a bruise. The best way to fade a bruise is to apply cold packs for the first 48 hours (to help it stop bleeding under your ski…n), and then switch to heat packs. The heat will help break the bruise back down so it will fade.