The tattoos that you see at birthday parties and other children's events are most likely to be Decal Temporary Tattoos. This is the most common type
of temporary tattoo. The tattoo consists of any colourful or black and white image printed on water-permeable paper. You place the tattoo ink-side down on the skin and dab the back of the paper with a moist towel or cotton ball. Tada! The image is transferred on the skin. These last from 3 days to up to a week or two. You can easily remove
that tattoo with baby oil
. Decal Temporary tattoos are the safest temp tattoo
option for children
In many countries, the health authority requires that decal-type tattoos use only non-toxic pigments
that have been approved for use in cosmetics. Always buy temporary tattoos from reputable manufacturers which use approved pigments. Use decal-type temporary tattoos that offer an indication of the ingredients used to manufacture them in the product packaging. Avoid digitally-printed low-cost temporary tattoos, as computer inks may not be safe to be worn on the skin.
At Gumtoo, we manufacture and sell only decal temporary tattoos. We use FDA compliant inks
that are skin safe. Our temporary tattoos are non-toxic, hypoallergenic
and go through stringent third-party lab tests
to ensure that they are completely safe
for both children and adults. Gumtoo temporary tattoos have passed EN71
(European Standard EN71 specifies safety requirements for toys. Compliance is required for all toys sold in the EU) as well as toxicology tests.
However, if you have or your child has very sensitive skin
, we recommend not to apply temporary tattoos.
Bottom-line: Decal Temporary Tattoos that use approved pigments are the safest temp tattoo option out there for kids and adults alike.
We are glad to see that you are breathing a sigh of relief! Let your child (and yourself) have fun with our creative, colourful, customized, super-fun, and absolutely safe temporary tattoos.
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for more details on how you can customize and order temporary tattoos. This article was originally published on www.gumtoo.com.