David Justice, has always believed a lotion is best for tattoo aftercare. It is easily absorbed into the area so that it remains dry to the touch, yet emollient. For years he recommended Lubriderm, the most accessible lanolin-free lotion on the market.
Hydracare was developed by David Justice, with the aide of a licensed pharmacist.
It didn’t make sense that so many tattoo artists seemed to be recommending Lubriderm or A&D ointment. David took it upon himself to develop an all-natural lotion specifically made for tattoos.
Most aftercare products on the market are waxy or oily, containing various products, some natural, some not. Hydracare is composed of the highest quality of all natural oils in a lanolin-free lotion base. Even liberal application doesn’t leave the tattoo gooey or runny. Instead, Hydracare is absorbed into the area, where it can do the most good.
Hydracare is about comfort throughout the healing process, while protecting the area from bacteria and dryness.