SAN-O-DOC takes the sting out of Tattoo recovery
The use of San-O-Doc Hypochlorous Acid in the tattoo industry is gaining popularity as a better alternative to traditional cleaning agents like green soap and colloidal silver.
Hypochlorous acid is a natural and safe disinfectant that is produced by the human body to fight infection and inflammation. It has been shown to be effective at killing a wide range of bacteria, viruses, and fungi, making it an ideal choice for use in the tattoo industry.
One of the main advantages of using hypochlorous acid is that it is gentle on the skin and does not cause irritation or drying. This is in contrast to green soap, which can be harsh and stripping on the skin, and colloidal silver, which has been linked to a condition called argyria, in which the skin turns blue-gray.
In addition to being gentle on the skin, hypochlorous acid is also biodegradable and environmentally friendly, making it a more sustainable choice for tattoo artists and clients.
There is a growing body of research supporting the use of hypochlorous acid in the tattoo industry. In a study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, hypochlorous acid was found to be effective at reducing bacterial load and improving healing time in tattooed skin.
Overall, the use of San-O-Doc Hypochlorous Acid in the tattoo industry offers a safe and effective alternative to traditional cleaning agents like green soap and colloidal silver. Its gentle nature, effectiveness against a wide range of microorganisms, and sustainability make it a superior choice for tattoo artists and clients