Electrum Premium Tattoo Stencil Primer (Green) 8 oz.
ELECTRUM CLEANSE IS THE MOST EFFECTIVE CLEANSER IN ALL OF TATTOOING!! THE ONLY FDA APPROVED CLASS 1 MEDICAL DEVICE IN TATTOOING!!
*** READ WHAT THE EPA SAYS ABOUT THE EFFECTIVENESS OF HYPOCHLOROUS ACID AS A CLEANSER HERE***
Electrum Cleanse is ideal for before, during and after the tattoo process. Electrum Cleanse is electrolyzed water that is produced through a proprietary, patented electrochemical process which passes an electrical current through the water, thereby generating super-oxygenated water. This extremely potent antimicrobial solution is highly effective in cleansing, rinsing, and soothing tattooed skin. Electrum Cleanse is like the natural Hypochlorous Acid produced by the human body which assists the immune system in fighting off infections.
Electrum Cleanse is a clear hypotonic solution topically applied to skin and wound areas. The subject device is a wound management and cleansing solution that is intended for cleansing, irrigating, and debriding dermal wounds in addition to moistening and lubricating absorbent wound dressings (e.g. gauze, bandages). The mechanical action of fluid moving across the wound provides for the mechanism of action and aids in the removal of foreign objects such as dirt, ink and debris.
Electrum Cleanse contains the following ingredients: Ionized water (99.93%), Sodium chloride (0.048%), Hypochlorous acid (0.02%) and hypochlorite Ion (0.002%)
How to Properly Use Electrum Cleanse (PREP):
How to Properly Use Electrum Cleanse (PROCEDURE):
Avoid overexposure to sunlight and heat. Store at room temperature. Do not allow product to freeze.
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I use this cleanser during my microblading and shading sessions for brows. It’s fantastic for easing inflammation and cooling the skin down. It also works great for sunburns!
It took me a bit to fully appreciate this product. A While back I began doing all the research I could on HOCl. I am a wound care RN so the use of HOCl was interesting not only for tattooing but medically as well. Study after study has only reaffirmed that this definitely has a place in topical wound care, and for myself also a very beneficial and effective wash for tattooing. So what is HOCl also called electrolyzed water? According to the Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology. 2018 Nov; 11(11): 36–39, hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is a naturally occurring molecule that is a component of the human innate immune response(meaning your body makes it's own), is recognized as a major active component of bleach and demonstrates antimicrobial properties supported by both in-vitro and in-vivo studies. One important function of HOCl in host immunity is its release by neutrophils to destroy pathogenic organisms. Over time, a variety of anti-inflammatory and other biologic properties of HOCl have led to applications for wound healing, pruritus, and diabetic ulcers, as well as applications for the management of some inflammatory skin disorders, such as seborrheic dermatitis and atopic dermatitis. What has also come to light is that the physiochemical properties of HOCl and its impact after application to skin are highly dependent on both pH and formulation stability. The use of HOCl in the clinical setting is supported by a substantial body of research, which has led to the use of a core formulation—available in ready-to-use, approved topical vehicles —that is stable for up to two years, noncytotoxic, and, importantly, pH-neutralized to augment therapeutic activity, skin tolerability, and stability. HOCl, as it turns out, is one of the most potent antimicrobials known to exist. It will kill anything from common contaminants such as S. aureus [including MRSA], S. pyogenes, Klebsiella spp, P. aeruginosa, Enterobacter spp, Proteus mirablis, C. difficile spores, and Candida albicans. Along with antibacterial and antifungal effects HOCl is also a potent antiviral, even highly effective against Covid-19. Another amazing attribute is it's ability to permeate and destroy biofilm. Biofilms can include multiple microorganisms that grow onto a surface and cover themselves in an extracellular matrix. This makes them very resilient. So much so that biofilm can even survive our gold standard sterilization using an autoclave.
Using this with towel tabs is probably the best thing I’ve ever used to keep a tattoo clean during the process. Eliminates skin irritation, the tabs are super absorbent, and the cleanse cleans effectively. Haven’t tried to use it to make washes yet but I look forward to it!
As a sanctioned traditional tebori practitioner, we traditionally use water to make and cut our sumi (traditional ink). As a person who also has strong interest in scientific understanding of the craft, I have a been a fan of hypochlorous acid for a while now. I decided to give this product a shot because of the active ingredients. I use this instead of water to make and cut my sumi, as well as clean the skin/wound as I work. The difference is immediately noticeable: Smoother gradations, less irritation and redness of the skin. I highly recommend this product for all tattoo practices
The Cleanse is perfect for my everyday use on my PMU clients! It helps to reduce redness & swelling. I like to cut my ink with it when shading as well! I send every client home with a bottle for their aftercare. It’s a great little add-on sale & allows them to cut their healing time by about 4 days + amazing color retention. Love, love, love this product!!
I use this as part of my Piercing set up. Electrum is my initial skin surface cleanser and used to clean up around my Piercing after the procedure. Clients like the feel and comfort of this product. I have used similar products for years and this is now my Go To Product. My only complaint is that it does not have a separate labeling for us Professional Piercers or an equal mention on the label either. Hopefully my positive comment and my continued support will influence CHANGE!! >Meatloaf<
I have use this product on various locations on the body including but not limited to soft skin areas like knee and arm ditches. Not only did it replace Bactine to keep the redness down but it also replaced distilled water and glide lubricant for the tattoo process. If you’re not using this product if you probably don’t give a shit about your clients.