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Many Tattoo Care Products Now Contain CBD!

Tattoos are more popular than ever today. It seems like more people have tattoos versus those that do not. Well, a significant number of hemp companies in the marketplace are now attempting to target those consumers getting tattoos. How? Well, they are creating all types of tattoo care products that contain CBD.

These creams, lotions, patches, and balms are said to help with relieving the pain from getting a tattoo as well as increasing the recovery speed that can often be lengthy depending on the size of your tattoo.

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Credit: This work was done by Cobra Custom Tattoo in Plymouth, MA.

Tattoo CBD Cream Might Be The Answer

According to a recent article published by Marijuana Business Daily, Ali Munk from Infinite CBD out of Denver, CO stated that a tattoo is “Basically just an open wound,” and that “CBD is a general anti-inflammatory healing product that’s perfect for recovering from a tattoo.”

Now, even though many states are still skeptical about legalizing the use of these products, that doesn’t mean that you should be skeptical. In fact, more companies are adopting the use of these products, making them completely legal for purchase and use.

For example, Tallahassee recently opened it’s first CBD dispensary and patients with epilepsy in Texas are now being treated via CBD and THC based treatments. I guess the point is that the use of these types of products is far more prevalent than it was even one month ago.

What the tattoo product introductions have done are open up the products to a different set of consumers. It has also made it more attractive for retailers given that it has virtually nothing to do with using marijuana.

How popular is this CBD tattoo cream?

Well, it’s extremely popular. In fact, it’s so popular that the owner of Nurse Mary J, the hemp oil lotion that Colleen Kibler created is one that she told MJBizDaily.com that she’s actively selling this out of her car to tattoo shops in the Houston, TX area.

Kibler stated, “Most tattoo aftercare is not actually made for open wounds. They contain alcohol and petroleum – stuff that dries you out.”

She’s made a great point and there are even doctors that are backing the use of CBD for inflammation. For example, a San Diego dermatologist named Dr. Jeanette Jacknin believes that “CBD knocks out a lot of inflammatory cells.”

There’s no doubt about it, more and more people are going to be looking to CBD-based products in order to deal with the pain and inflammation that occurs from acquiring new ink. Don’t be surprised if you see tattoo shops pushing these CBD lotions in order to help you heal your tattoo. Hey, if it works then I say go for it! If you’re interested in checking out Infinite CBD’s best tattoo healing lotion, then click here.

Are you using cannabidiol-based products to treat your tattoo? Do you own or work at a tattoo shop? If so, then we definitely want to hear from you! Please tweet, email, or send a Facebook message to get in touch!

We’re huge tattoo fans, which is why we’re sharing this video featuring Cobra Custom Tattoo owner Forrest Cavacco.

Zach Black

Zach Black is a Floridian but a Colorado lover at heart ever since college. He's a snowboard fanatic and just your average yogi. When not working his way through big data at work, he's hitting the slopes or hitting poses on his mat. An avid tester of CBD oils and other hemp-based products, it all started with vaping CBD, as they say, the rest is history.

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