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Tattoo products go mainstream

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The other day, I was standing in line at the local Walgreens and looking at the array of goodies they had placed along the front counter to entice people to make impulse purchases. In among the usual candy, lip balm, toothpicks and other vastly appealing items I noticed a small display box of what looked like small tins of shoe polish.

Rocco's Old School Tattoo Healing BAlmLooking closer, I saw that the shoe-polish-style tins actually contained Rocco’s Old School Tattoo Healing Balm! I was delighted to find such a useful product in such a tempting position in the store. This just reinforced my feeling that tattoos are becoming so popular that the products one uses to help heal them aren’t just a niche item any more.

I’ve never used this product and I have no link to the manufacturers. I was just happy to see a tattoo product right out where people could grab it on their way through the Walgreens checkout. I need to go back in there one of these days and see what other tattoo related products I can find.  I’ve already mentioned that Burt’s Bees Hand Salve contains almost the same ingredients as Tattoo Goo–maybe the Tattoo Goo is there on the shelf as well.

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