Last year saw many of the small batch beard care brands release a tattoo balm and it makes sense, beards and tattoos go together.

Manmane also have a tattoo balm or as they call it, the INXFIX Tattoo Conditioning Salve and Reviver.

So why would you need to buy something like this?

Well if you have had a tattoo, you will know the joy of looking at your fresh tattoo, its clean lines and the vibrant colours and then eventually they lose that new look.

The base for the INXFIX contains all natural plant based ingredients that have been chosen to moisturise the skin and make your tattoos more vibrant and also improve the edge detail.

  • Jojoba Wax
  • Carnauba Wax
  • Shea Butter
  • Coconut Oil
  • Argan Oil
  • Rosehip Oil

I have only one tattoo of Hebrew script on my forearm but my daughter has over 30 and she was more than keen to help me test the INXFIX.

Manmane INXFIX

As you can see the tattoo of the tree looks more defined than it had before she had used the INFIX and the ink looks brighter.

Tattoo balm

I can tell that this product does what it says because I asked my daughter for the INXFIX so that I could film the review and I was told to give it back straight after!

Yes my daughter is now not letting go of the Manmane INXFIX Tattoo Conditioning Salve and Reviver as she is so happy with how her tattoos are now looking.

I was sent the Egyptian Rose scented INXFIX that has an incredible scent that is akin to Turkish Delight but also has a more sherbet like scent to it.

It is actually a blend of Geranium Rose, Clary Sage and Lemongrass essential oils.

INXFIX is also available in the Free Spirit scent which is a blend of Patchouli, Sandalwood and Lemongrass.

Now this is for use on healed tattoos, do not apply it to fresh tattoos or broken skin.

Like the beard care products the INXFIX will have been sent away to be assessed and approved and although time consuming and moderately pricey it’s fairly easy to get. Do not trust any small brand tattoo balm thats says it can be used on fresh tattoos. This would require an assessment that is into the pharmaceutical style products and it is not only way more in depth, but you would also likely need a second mortgage to get it done!

Manmane logo

The 40g tin of the INXFIX costs £10 from the Manmane website.

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By Zechariah Richardson

Over 50, disabled, husband, father and gramps who reviews products and writes blog posts about his life, beekeeping, gardening and whatever pops into his brain!

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