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Fade The Itch – A Breakthrough in Tattoo Aftercare

The Cambridge Clinic has developed Fade The Itch. The first tattoo aftercare serum that uses dry heal technology. Created using only the finest ingredients and using the latest in advanced formulation technology to help heal your tattoos.

The cutting edge serum was developed by leading Formulation Chemists along with Dermatologists, Microbiologists, GP’s and Tattoo artists. Produced without oils or fragrance Fade the Itch is paraben and lanolin free and can be used on any skin type.

Dry Heal Technology – Say Goodbye to Shrink Wrapping

Many artists apply the serum prior to clingfilming, the serum will INSTANTLY COOL the skin and provide a mild anaesthetic effect. Studios report their clients are so impressed with the cooling effect that 9 out of 10 ask to buy the product.

To heal properly skin needs to breathe and with Fade the Itch, thanks to our dry heal system, cling film is only required for the first three to four hours post inking. This means healing times are significantly reduced, customers report an average of four days for healing. Also, as the artwork is dry, they can carry on their lives as usual with no mess or stained clothing. A huge plus.

Fade The Itch uses dermatologically tested active ingredients to deliver antibacterial protection, relieve irritation, intensely moisturise, hydrate and cool the skin. The highly effective serum locks in the ink and covers the artwork with a dry antibacterial shield, protecting from infection.

My Tattoo Artist Recommended A Nappy Rash Cream

Traditionaly this has been the aftercare of choice for studios.Nappy rash creams are gooey that can prevent the skin from breathing and slow down the healing process. The gooey gel will also stick to clothing and stain bedding.The two main ingredients are petroleum and lanolin that can cause an allergic reaction resulting in the finished artwork not turning out as your artist intended. When we contacted the leading manufacturer of nappy rash cream they stated "We cannot recommend the cream for tattoo aftercare". This is why The Cambridge clinic do not use petroleum or lanolin.

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Why Leading Tattoo Artists Recommend Fade The Itch

The Cambridge Clinic believes that Fade the Itch is a breakthrough in tattoo aftercare.  Our customers agree and that is why we are recommended by leading tattoo artists, here’s what they are saying:

“New Wave Studio have chosen Fade The Itch as our aftercare of choice”
Lal Hardy – New Wave Studio

“I wouldn't use or recommend anything else apart from Fade The Itch. A Industry breakthrough, you have moved aftercare to the next level”
Leah Moule – Sweetlife gallery

"We at Triplesix are proud to stock and recommend Fade-the-Itch to all of our customers. We have had 100% positive feedback from customers and staff, it is by far the best aftercare available, stock it"

Triplesix -- Sunderland

"Guys if you're not on this aftercare you should be, it's the best I have ever used. 4-5 day heal no need for days of clingfilm, cools instantly... Stock it now"
Steve Cutter – Ink, Oil and Razorblade

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