Croc Ice

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250,000,000 years in the making. 

The crocodile has not needed to needed to evolve in all this time, it's already the perfect apex predator with superior immune qualities. Qualities brought to you in Crocoil. The beauty is this product ish that your skin with look the exact of a crocodiles; smooth, even and moisturised. 


CrocIce helps to: 


  • Stop the itching & sting of new tattoos 
  • Reduces inflammation and redness
  • Speeds up healing
  • Is bacteriastatic. (fights the spread of bacteria)
 
Longterm: CrocIce helps to maintains the colour & definition of your tattoo.

Other properties:

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Bacteriostatic, doesn’t promote the growth of bacteria
  • Hypoallergenic, rarely causes skin irritation or has side effects
  • Highly penetrating and quickly absorbs into the skin
  • No greasy feel after application
  • Doesn’t clog pores.
  • Contains
  • Omegas 3, 6 and 9
  • Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s) needed for the body’s functions with strong anti-inflammatory properties
  • Vitamin E, a major antioxidant and healing agent
  • Vitamin A, a known skin repairer and antioxidant
  • Linoleic acid, which eases muscle aches and joint pain
  • Oleic acid, a proven skin cell regenerator, anti-wrinkle agent
  • Sapogens, proven to soften skin
  • Terpines, known antiseptics.




    "Man cannot continue to mindlessly strip nature of its valuable natural resources. We at CrocodOil believe that what’s taken from nature, should be replaced and where possible replenished with even more than we took. Our partners operate in exactly the same way.

    All their crocodiles are reared with real care, are well nourished and kept in a natural, relaxed environment. These conditions give the animals the freedom to express normal behaviour patterns which maintains their long term health.

    For over 30 years they have released over 30% of all hatchlings back into the wild, as their contribution to maintaining the ongoing healthy wild population of nile crocodiles in southern african rivers.

    No animals are bred for their oil, as the oil is a by-product of the crocodile farming process. Animals are reared for their high protein meat, while the skins are used in the fashion industry.

    To sustain the wild crocodile population, many farms release up to 30% of their hatchlings back into the wild. This helps to maintain the balance of nature."