Tattoo recipients have long been faced with the difficulty of searching for the perfect aftercare product to soothe their skin. Colleen Kibler, the founder of Houston-based Nurse Mary J founder, expressed dismay over available tattoo aftercare products in the market today. Being a big fan of tattoos, Kibler established her new shop that would devote itself to selling products that maintain tattoos without harming the skin.
As the producer of hemp lotion, Kibler fully understands how hemp could help revolutionize the tattoo healing process. She said most products are alcohol and petroleum-based, which may cause dryness on the skin. A better alternative to these market-dominating products that offer low-quality care is found to be in the cannabidiol (CBD) make-up. Because of CBD’s anti-inflammatory properties, this miracle worker is now making a name in the tattoo market.
“I recognized immediately that CBD is perfect for tattoos,” said Kibler, whose lotions sell for $20 per 4 ounce-bottles.
Dr. Jeanette Jacknin, a dermatologist from San Diego, confirmed that the product “knocks out a lot of the inflammatory cells,” noting that she had patients that gave their testimonies about how the product can heal tattoo scars faster than normal.
However, Kibler notes that her shop is struggling to fill in the burgeoning demand for products like her hemp lotion.
One company tattoo recipients can turn to is Diamond CBD, a wholly owned subsidiary of CBD revolution leader PotNetwork Holdings, Inc. (OTCMKTS:POTN). All of Diamond CBD’s cream products are made with pure quality CBD, which is extracted through a meticulous process called supercritical CO2 extraction.
Based in Florida, Diamond CBD offers quality CBD cream products. One of which is the Diamond CBD’s Biotech Pain Cream, which is mainly used as a pain reliever. Another of the firm’s top-selling CBD cream is its Lawrence Taylor Pain Cream. The product is tailor-made for people who undergo rigorous physical activities on a daily basis, such as athletes.
Although made for body pains, these products can also serve as a skin healing cream, making them perfect for a tattoo-care product.
Moreover, the topical product has Vitamins A and D for skin repair and cell growth, Vitamins C and E to help people maintain a youthful complexion, and Vitamin B complex that helps in skin, hair and nails construction. CBD creams are also able to provide its consumers with moist and fresh skin, as well as a potential cure for their acne problems. By applying the compound directly to the affected area, the benefits last a lot longer. As such, it is also a better choice for cases like sunburns and insect bites.
The tattoo industry in the United States is estimated to be valued at $1.6 billion per year, according to the findings of market research firm IBISWorld. The numbers cover tattoo services and tattoo products such as aftercare and maintenance. CBD product providers, like Nurse Mary J and Diamond CBD, could definitely benefit from this market that has an increasing need for quality tattoo aftercare products.