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Tattoo ink for Colored ,Black & White ink tattoos

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Tatto ink set – moms 14 loz primary

MOMs Millennium Colorworks tattoo ink set. Includes a total of 14 bottles, each color in 1oz bottles. Millennium Colorworks is an old timer in tattoo ink brands. Over the years, it has been touted as a brand that is reliable and chosen by professional artists internationally. Set comes with the following: 14 Kt Gold, Black Onyx, Brown Sugar, Ectoplasmic Green, Fleshy Flesh, Forest Gump Green, Hello Yellow, Ice Blue, Marvelous Magenta, Monthly Red, Power White, Pretty Boy Blue, Purple Nurple and Violent Violet.

 

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Kuro sumi ink set

This is an extensive collection of some of the best colors from Kuro Sumi. Our inks are FRESH and Guaranteed Authentic. Each bottle is in 1/2 oz size.

Colors Checklist
* Samurai White
* White Rice Mixing
* Double Sumi
* Ninja Smoke
* Brown Belt
* Dragons Breath Red
* Rising Sun Orange
* Koi Yellow
* Golden Yamabuki
* Bamboo Green
* Sukiyaki Silver
* Tsunami Blue
* O-Shan Blue
* Magnolia Pink
* Mt. Fuji Magenta
* Shikon Purple

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Radiant Colors 7 1/2 oz Tattoo Ink Set

Premium inks tattoo artists love. 7 colors: Scarlett Red, Lemon Yellow, Medium Green, Navy Blue, Dark Brown, Tribal Black and Super White. Radiant Colors tattooing ink has been filed with Health Canada’s Cosmetics notification with due diligence in researching the ingredients to ensure none are among the Health Canada’s Cosmetics Hotlist.

 

 

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Starbrite 14 color ink set

Starbrite 14 color ink set. Consists of 14 of the most popular colors from Starbrite. Each color is in 1/2 oz bottles with the exception of the Brite White that comes in 2 oz. Starbrite is well known for their vivid colors that heal perfectly and stay that way. This is a brand that is well established in the industry and is used by professional artists. Set comes with the following: tribal black, crimson red, bubble gum pink, canary yellow, country blue, deep turquoise, deep blue, true green, lime green, brite orange, deep magenta, lavender, and golden yellow.

Non-toxic Brands Ink

Each color and brand of ink contains completely different component , according to a  study at Northern Arizona University. The FDA does not regulate tattoo inks and tattoo pigments, unlike pigments used in cosmetics applied to the skin. Although most tattoo ink manufacturers consider their ingredient list proprietary information, some brands do release this information, and make an effort to produce only non-toxic inks. Some of the tattoo ink manufacturers with the best policies regarding non-toxic inks, according to How-To-Tattoo.com, include National Tattoo Supply, Eternal, Skin Candy, Dynamic and Kuro Sumi, all of which make significant efforts to ensure safe, non-toxic tattoo inks.

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FDA Studies Effects Of Tattoo Ink On Human Health

Tattoo ink is made with two components: the carrier and the pigment. The carrier is to work as a suspension to keep the pigment evenly mixed and free from pathogens. Material safety data

sheets occupy from INTENZE inks . a famous tattoo ink company show that their most common carriers made of glycerin, water, alcohol, and witch hazel. Either single use of one of these carriers or a mixture of similar carriers seems to be the common practice across most ink companies and artists.
The aim of the carrier is to hold the pigment evenly distributed in a fluid matrix, to inhibit the growth of pathogens, to prevent clumping of pigment, and to aid in application to the skin .

Most tattoo inks technically aren’t inks. They are composed of pigments that are suspended in a carrier solution. Contrary to popular belief, pigments usually are not vegetable dyes. Today’s pigments primarily are metal salts. However, some pigments are plastics and there are probably some vegetable dyes too. The pigment provides the color of the tattoo. The purpose of the carrier is to disinfect the pigment suspension, keep it evenly mixed, and provide for ease of application.