Seriously, how much more Canadian can we get, Eh? Our newly formulated vegan tattooing butter is here and it smells delicious!
All natural ingredients and scented with mouth watering maple, this butter is not only a pleasure to use but it's great for the skin. Formulated from natural seed oils, maple butter is petroleum free.
Straight out of the package you’ll notice a very stiff consistency that melts as soon as the warmth from the body comes in contact. Maple butter breaks down to a thin, smooth, conditioning texture to nourish the skin as you work.
We have found, as you’ll likely be familiar with from other all natural tattooing butters, that this can break down stencils during the tattooing process, especially when applied in excess. A little goes a long way. It's great for long sessions of colour and shading, but just be mindful of your stencils as your working, there’s nothing quite like those vanishing stencil days!
Maple butter is a great product to apply to the finished tattoo, during the bandaging process, and can also be a great substitute for other healing creams and balms during the healing process. Maple butter delivers quality nutrients and conditioning oils to the skin as it heals and is amazing as a daily moisturizer for all over your body.
With all our GOOD products, value and top shelf performance is what we strive for.
- Won't clog pores or needles
- Low melting point
- No animal testing
Ricinus Communis Seed Oil (Caster), Vegetable Oil, Camelina Sativa Seed Oil, Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Mangifera Indica Seed Butter, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Caprylyl Glycol, Glyceryl Stearate, Copemicia Cerifera Cera, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Parfum (essential oils).
The Good Maple Butter is Vegan and only tested on real people.
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High quality product like everything else by the Good brand, but take note of the ingredients. Macadamia nut oil (especially depending on how refined it is) can be dangerous to use on clients or in the same space as those with a nut allergy. Mango ingredients have also caused issues with clients who have a sensitivity (they didn’t realize it was worth mentioning). These ingredients offer skin nourishing properties to be sure, but given its use more hypoallergenic oils would be better suited (in my opinion).
Fantastic smelling and easy to apply only downside is it feels a tad waxy on the skin.