Ink Polish Tattoo Stick – Brighten your Old Tattoos! 6


I love how these labels turned out!

I love how these labels turned out!

Good morning folks! Today’s recipe is for a tattoo stick. I’ve been using a tattoo salve on all of my tattoos for some time. I thought, “Hey, why don’t I make my own tattoo salve?” This is what I came up with! This is for use on tattoos that have already healed. You wouldn’t want to use this stick on a brand new tattoo due to the fact that this recipe has a fragrance oil in it. Fragrance oils can irritate an open wound and that is exactly what a new tattoo is. I am pleased with how this stick turned out. It glides on the skin leaving old tattoos looking moisturized and brighter but doesn’t leave your skin feeling greasy. You can apply some on a tattoo and pull your sleeve back down and not worry about it greasing up your shirt.

 

Finished Tattoo Sticks

Finished Tattoo Sticks

I chose Raspberry Seed Oil for this recipe because it is known for being helpful in SPF applications due to absorbance of both UV-A and UV-B. One of the number one steps in caring for a tattoo is to avoid letting it get sunburned, it will make the tattoo fade. Don’t forget, products claiming an SPF are an over the counter drug and not cosmetics. Raspberry Oil is also high in natural tocopherols and essential fatty acids. Same with the Organic Rose Hip Oil, it’s packed full of essential fatty acids which makes it great for all skin types especially mature skin. This stick is ultra moisturizing and moisturized skin is happy skin. Keeping a tattoo moisturized prolongs the life of the tattoo and keeps it looking beautiful!

Ingredients
Beeswax Beads, Light
Shea Butter, High Melt Point
Almond Butter
Raspberry Seed Oil
Isopropyl Myristate
Orchid Extract
Aloe Extract
Rose Hip Oil, Organic
Vitamin E Acetate
Equipment
Scale
Microwave Safe Container
Spoons
Pipettes


Recipe:

Recipe in Grams
20 g Beeswax
20 g Shea Butter HMP
20 g Almond Butter
15 g Raspberry Seed Oil
14 g Organic Rose Hip Oil
5 g Isopropyl Myristate
2 g Aloe Extract
2 g Vitamin E Acetate
1 g Energy Fragrance Oil
1 g Orchid Extract
Recipe in Ounces
0.71 oz Beeswax
0.71 oz Shea Butter HMP
0.71 oz Almond Butter
0.53 oz Raspberry Seed Oil
0.49 oz Organic Rose Hip Oil
0.18 oz Isopropyl Myristate
0.07 oz Aloe Extract
0.07 oz Vitamin E Acetate
0.04 oz Energy Fragrance Oil
0.04 oz Orchid Extract
Recipe in Percentages
20% Beeswax
20% Shea Butter HMP
20% Almond Butter
15% Raspberry Seed Oil
14% Organic Rose Hip Oil
5% Isopropyl Myristate
2% Aloe Extract
2% Vitamin E Acetate
1% Energy Fragrance Oil
1% Orchid Extract

In order to make this marvelous tattoo stick you’ll need to weigh everything except for the Orchid Extract, Aloe Extract, Vitamin E Acetate, and Energy Fragrance Oil into a microwave safe container. Heat until everything is melted and mixed together. Then weigh and add the last four ingredients, stir well, and pour into the container of your choice. Label and enjoy!

After melting all of the ingredients

After melting all of the ingredients

All ingredients weighed into a microwave safe container

All ingredients weighed into a microwave safe container

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About Katy

I am a twenty something goofy, cat-loving, outdoor enthusiast. I enjoy gardening, fishing, and camping. A few of my favorite fragrances are Juicy Pear, Love Spell, and Jacob. I can't lie, I am a bit of a newbie in the soap making world but I am ready to learn and so excited!


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6 thoughts on “Ink Polish Tattoo Stick – Brighten your Old Tattoos!

  • Cindy A

    Great idea & recipe! I am going to try this. What containers are these? Do you carry them?

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  • Carol

    I want to make this, but I was wondering is it rosehip oil or rosehip seed oil in the recipe, and does rosehip/seed oil need a preservative as it has a short shelf life? I’ve read that rosehip oil goes rancid quickly. Is this true?
    Thanks

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    • Tina

      Carol,

      Rosehip oil and rosehip seed oil are the same thing, one just describes more accurately the actual source. I don’t believe that rosehip oil has a short shelf life. I expect you will get at least 1 year from the finished product if you keep the stick in a human comfortable location (hot cars are not human comfortable).

      I think you will love it!
      Tina

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