The artists get a direct cut of every Tattyoo we sell. And we are very proud and happy to work with them.
Shall I send my design suggestions to you?
You can send us your suggestions or submissions for new artists at: email@example.com
I own a store and I would love to sell your tattyoos, what shall I do?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about wholesale terms and quantity discounts. Let us know your name or company name, the desired number of products, your country, contacts and additional requests, if any. Information will be then issued to your e-mail.
How do I remove my tattyoo?
Simply soak tattoo with baby oil, nail polish remover or rubbing alcohol.
Application instructions can be found here
How long do they last?
Tattyoo temporary tattoos typically last at least 3-5 days on a area like ankles and wrists or where you don't sweat much or it wont get rubbed off by your clothing or shoes. This depends on how and where applied and usage. If you put a Tattoo on hands it will only last for 1 day. Do not use Tattyoos on skin if you applied sun creams! It won't work.
Are tattyoos safe for children?
Yes. Temporary tattoos are safe and non-toxic with FDA certified colorants. Every tattoo meets all international regulatory requirements. Our products meet EU and US safety standards for cosmetic and toy products.
Our ingredients do not contain parabens or methylisothiazolinone.
You can easily remove the tattoo with baby oil, nail polish remover or rubbing alcohol.
Warning: tattoos on this site are not suitable for children under the age of 3 years. Small parts may cause a choking hazard.
Are temporary tattoos safe?
Safety is very important to us. Our tattoos are printed in the US and we only deliver the highest quality temporary tattoos in the world. The temporary tattoos you purchase are completely safe, non-toxic and hypoallergenic. Our manufacturer uses only FDA certified colorants and time-proven manufacturing techniques to ensure our products meet or exceed all applicable U.S. and international regulatory requirements.
In March, 2013, the FDA site, MedWatch, reported on several people with temporary tattoos experiencing blisters, redness, raised red weeping lesions, light sensitivity and also permanent scarring. The ‘black henna’ includes ingredients which make the tattoos darker and last longer, rendering them more problematic. Coal-tar hair dye, added to black henna, contains para-phenylenediamine (PPD). PPD is illegal to add to cosmetics due to its propensity to cause allergic reactions. We do not use PPD in our temporary tattoos.
Do you still have questions?
Send us an email to email@example.com. We'll get back to you shortly.