H2Ocean - NOTHING Pain Relieving Foam Soap

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H2Ocean - NOTHING Pain Relieving Foam Soap with Lidocaine

  • Fast acting, almost instant
  • 1.7 Fl. oz
  • Soothes irritation and reduces redness
  • Kills 99% germs
  • Use throughout the tattoo process for pain relief
  • 4% max Lidocaine, Alcohol Free, Fragrance Free
  • Allows For Longer sessions, use as much as you want
  • First foam soap, no mess
  • Pain relief
  • Active ingredients: Benzalkonium Chloride 0.13%, Lidocaine 5%

    Inactive ingredients: purified water, poloxamer, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, disodium EDTA, sea salt

    How to use: Painlessly wash away ink and plasma throughout the tattoo process
    Use it as an antibacterial wash while getting tattooed to prevent inflammation and immediately reduce pain. It layers well in combination with the NOTHING Glide for added pain relief.

    Apply Nothing Pain Relieving Foam Soap directly on the skin, you should rub it in and wash. Use a paper towel (wet or dry) and wipe the skin until all blood, plasma and ink is gone for gentle cleaning.
    You will notice quickly that your client’s skin will not be irritated, swollen or red as you may have experienced with prior cleansers.

    Use Nothing Pain Relieving Foam Soap the same way you use your current skin cleanser.
    Do not use any other alcohol based product while using Lidocaine based products as alcohol counteracts the pain relieving effect of Lidocaine.*

    Tips and Tricks:

    • Offer the NOTHING Foam Soap when you sit down for a client consult
    • Send remaining Nothing Pain Relieving Foam Soap home with your client to use as  their cleanser while healing.
    • Some may refuse at consult, offer the product again anytime during the tattoo process for immediate results.
    • Offer them H2Ocean aftercare. Aquatat Ointment and Ocean Care Cream to ensure safe and solid healing of their tattoo.
    • For a maximum pain-free tattoo experience, we recommend using both NOTHING Glide and NOTHING Foam Soap from the beginning of the tattoo process.