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(Easy remove) permanent tattoos. Yes or no?
dr1yo - 10-4-2011 at 04:29 PM

Hey guys,

I don't know if anyone here have heard of this new type of body ink formulated by the Infinitink before. Essentially they have created a type of ink that is made for "easy removal" if ever required in the future (probably as a result of regret?)

The removal process is suppose to be a lot more convenient because it will take less treatments, and less costly. To put into perspective, I've heard from a member in a tattoo community that to remove a full back (conventional ink) would cost roughly.. $3000-$5000? Compared to a few hundred by using Infinink.

Anyway, my question is, (whether you are planning to, or already have a tattoo, or even just sitting on the fence) what are your thoughts on this? Would something like this push someone to get a tattoo? Or is this disgraceful to the idea of body inking? (in the sense that it defeats its purpose and value).

(The founder of Infinitink has demoed the product on himself. Before and after)

k3nji_ - 10-4-2011 at 05:47 PM

totally defeats the purpose of getting a tattoo to begin with, might as well play with water stickers

dr1yo - 10-4-2011 at 10:03 PM

Well, keep in mind that other than the fact that this new type of ink is made for easy removal in the future, the permanency of it is still the same as conventional ink.

Prox - 10-4-2011 at 11:16 PM


nuff said? lol

sobakchi - 10-14-2011 at 08:02 AM

lol what was the word to describe this

Permanent / Removable Tattoo

like Jumbo Shrimp...


robinsilva - 10-18-2011 at 04:34 AM

Even if this ink formulated by the Infinitink is made for "easy removal",then also I will never say yes to making tattoos using sing such ink.I had heard that this ink contain some harmful chemicals that may lead to skin diseases or skin problems such as rashes or spots on the skin..
Atleast after knowing all these facts am never gonna say yes to making tattoos.