Green soap is ideal for skin preparation, stencil application, and all stages of a tattooing process. Green soap can be diluted with water to prepare the skin, which will give the skin a pleasant aroma, as well as to clean instruments before sterilization. The soap is a first aid product that is also great for cleaning tattoo instruments and devices before sterilization
What is green soap tincture used for?
For home cleaning, green soap is mixed with water in a bucket or spray bottle, usually in a five-to-one ratio. Because the soap effectively removes tattoo ink, dirt and blood without making the skin surface dry or rough, it is considered an ideal product. The hot green soap, usually found on the workstation in Nalgene squeeze bottles, can be easily wrapped in plastic to prevent cross-contamination Cosco Soap is mainly used by tattooists worldwide to disinfect tattooists and devices and sterilize the area to be tattooed.
Is the soap good for the skin?
The soap cleanses the skin without depriving it of its natural oily elements which – generally confess – make other soaps, resulting in dry and dry skin. Green soap also contains glycerine substance that maintains skin moisture and also draws water out of the air. Cosco Soaps or green soap tincture have distinctive greenish-yellow hues just below the surface. In this case, the soap is usually diluted with sterile water in a spray bottle, sprayed onto the annoying area, and then gently blotted dry with a soft cloth.
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