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Here are some of our most frequently asked questions

Q. Where does Crocodile oil come from?
Q. How much CrocOil do I need to use?
Q. How often do I apply?
Q. Are animals killed for the fat?
Q. Are crocodiles an endangered species?
Q. Can I Buy CrocArt products from any tattoo studio?
Q. How long have people been using crocodile oil for skin problems?
Q. Apart from eczema and psoriasis what else can I use crocodile oil for?

A. CrocArt have secured exclusive deals with ethical and well-run farms in South Africa. Approved by the UK and EU authorities. These farms produce the raw oil to commercial standards for external use.

To ensure a world class product range, we formulate and manufacture all our products in the UK. This creates a consistency of product. So, our elite artists, get the consistency and excellence they demand.

A. All CrocodOil products are formulated with effectiveness in mind. They are powerful yet gentle and a little goes a long way.

A. You can use CrocArt products including oil, cleanser and aftercare as often as you feel the need to.

A. Crocodile oil is a by-product from the crocodile farming industry. Animals are not killed for their oil. Reared for their meat which is usually supplied to the local population. The skins are also used in many leather products around the world.

A. The Nile Crocodile in South Africa is NOT endangered. Trade in the Nile crocodile is strictly regulated. Controlled by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES). Ensuring that the highest ethical standards are met.

A. CrocArt is only stocked by Elite Tattoo Studios approved by the CrocArt team. To find the closest studio to where you live, check the Studio Page and enter your postcode.

A. It’s thought that indigenous people have been using crocodile oil since the 15th century. For various skin conditions and ailments.

A. Many people use CrocArt products to look after their skin with or without tattoos. All the range is suitable for all ages and skin types, including sensitive skin.

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