Just wondering if anyone had ever heard of using Noxzema to wipe down tattoos. ( not every time, just when cleaning the whole thing off) I heard about this from a guy who used to get worked on by Markus Pacheco and said Markus swears by it (apparently the eucalyptus not only soothes the skin but supposedly does wonders for the color) I've used it on and off for a couple of years with really good results. To avoid cross contamination I simply pump the desired amount into a cup (by the way, I've also done away with squirt bottles of any kind. I just mix green soap and water in a cup, stir it up, and dip my paper towels into that. This way everything gets thrown away. Just made so much more sense to me, maybe it'll catch on; has at shops I've worked at already once I explained the benefits) and just dip my paper towel into the Noxzema to clean before breaks, and for sure at the end. Just wanted to know if anyone else had heard of this and if not, what your thoughts might be. Thanks. ps I've had absolutely no adverse reactions using this method and notice a substantial difference in how quickly the work heals, although I've never had a real issue with anything healing less than great, so not sure if that matters. But my colors do seem brighter ( not like, magick, miracle brighter, but brighter. Keep in mind this was one of Markus's clients and was apparently one of his big "secrets" at the time.