In a world where there seems to be a beauty product to treat just about anything and everything, there are surprisingly few products that target tattooed skin. So that's why The Body Shop's launch, The Amazonian Saviour ($10.00, Amazon), piqued our interest.
Now we know what you're thinking, does tattooed skin require any different products than non-tattooed skin? Not necessarily, but just like skin anywhere on the body (inked or not), it can get dry. When dry skin hits, it's a pain. Specifically, when dry skin hits tattooed skin, the result can be ashy, flaky, and dull, thus making that ink look less than stellar. Enter Amazonian Saviour.
Formulated with powerful 100 percent natural-origin oils and waxes like babassu oil and organic andiroba oil from Brazil, this multi-tasking balm boasts some serous hydration benefits that can take dull, lackluster skin, and give it a little more life. So for all our inked friends, that means intense nourishment, a revived appearance of ink, and even a minimized appearance of skin marks. Of course, you don't have to have a tat to appreciate Amazonian Saviour. This editor is ink-free and loves the balm for instant nourishment for dry, crackled hands or rough patches on the leges.
The do-it-all balm was inspired by Amazonian communities that have turned to on natural oils to care for their skin for centuries. With no mineral oil, no silicones, no paraffin, no added fragrance, and a nine-ingredient, 100 percent vegetarian formula, this new balm is the natural solution to dry, dull skin we didn't even realize we were craving this fall.
Tatted or not, this balm might be the boost your skin needs!
What do you think of this balm? What do you use for dry skin? Share below!