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FAQ backup 23-01-19

We gathered common q&a, read them to find out more:

How long does the tattoo last?
Generally, it lasts up to 2 weeks. To be more specific, it varies. Some had it for 3.5 weeks, others a week and a half.
What is the ink made of?
The ink is made using the extract of the Jagua fruit. 
Can I shower while the patch develops (during the 8 hours)?
Don’t shower with your patch on: Heat = Sweat. A hot shower will cause sweating. Sweat isn't good for your tattoo during the 8 hours it develops on your skin.
Is it safe?
Yes! The ink is the extract of Jagua fruit which is an edible fruit hence it is safe to use. Your tattoo is also made of FDA approved materials and it is PPD & latex free. 
Can I swim with it?
You should, swimming is fun! is waterproof so you can swim, shower or enjoy long baths :) Do take into consideration that the pool’s Chlorine may cause it to fade faster than normal.
Some parts of my tattoo are missing after I removed the patch, what did I do wrong?
This can happen when parts of the patch don’t touch the skin. When applying the patch, make sure you clean the entire area with the alcohol pad. After the alcohol dries, apply the patch and rub it gently so it applies to your skin evenly.
My tattoo came out blurry what did I do wrong?
You were probably sweating while wearing the patch. If you tend to sweat, make sure you wear the patch in a cool and ventilated space.
Can I get a custom tattoo
Using our Premium Freehand Ink, you can actually get any tattoo you want. Read more about it on the product’s page.
Can I reuse the patch
No :)
Does it hurt in any way?
For most people, it doesn’t hurt :) BUT removing the patch from a hairless area is far more pleasant. Have you ever tried pulling a Band-Aid off your hairy arm? Exactly!
I removed the patch and my skin got a bit red, what happened?
Using is normally easy and fun. But, just like with any product that comes in touch with our body, everyone reacts differently to it (like being allergic to strawberries). Redness sometimes happens but it normally goes away within a few hours to a day or two. It can be due to the reaction of your skin to the patch, its adhesive or to the Jagua ink. We gathered a few tips to help you treat it: Avoid scratching your irritated skin. Clean your skin with mild soap and lukewarm water. Apply skin soothing/anti-itch or hydrocortisone cream to soothe the area. If needed, take an antihistamine to cut down on itching and to reduce your skin reaction
What is Allergic Reaction to Medical Adhesive?
A rare condition of people who are allergic to the medical adhesive (bandages, medical and surgical tapes, medication patches and other wound care products). For people with this allergy, it's not new and usually, they had already found out they are allergic to medical adhesive. If you believe this is the case, remove the patch gently and softly clean the area with mild soap and water to remove any residual adhesive. In general, over-the-counter antihistamines and corticosteroid creams may be recommended. If you know you have this condition do not apply the patch before consulting with a professional healthcare provider
How can I remove the tattoo?
Here are a few things that cause the tattoo to fade more quickly: Sweating causes the tattoo to fade away more quickly. Exfoliating cream, washing the tattoo and scrubbing it gently (Don’t hurt yourself!). Sauna (Dry sauna preferably) is the best and quickest option - With a towel, rub the sweat that comes from where the tattoo is while sitting in a sauna, can greatly cause it to fade. Time, Time will make it disappear and lastly - Makeup! It will not remove it but it is a great solution if you like to hide your tat!
Is it safe for all ages?
We recommend it for 18+ only.
Should I shave?
You don’t have to but removing the patch from a hairless/shaved skin is much more pleasant :) If you do shave, give your skin a day to cure before applying the patch.
Is your product natural?
Yes! uses a safe, natural and organic body ink. The ink itself is the extract of a natural and organic fruit that is widely used in the food and cosmetics industries.
Can I apply it on my face? tattoos should be placed on a flat area of your body that won’t stretch or fold while it’s there. If the area above your neck complies with it - Yes you can apply it to your face :)
I’m pregnant, can I use it?
Congratulations! Yes, you can :)
How does it work? transfers the natural ink to the first layer of the skin (the Epidermis) which absorbs the ink. This is what makes the tattoo lasts longer than any other non-natural alternatives.
Is it Henna?
No it is not.
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Should I apply the patch before going to bed?
As long as the patch isn't moving during its development time you can wear it while being awake or asleep. Make sure during this time that the patch isn't stretching and that the area isn't sweating. 
I forgot to remove the patch and it is already 12 hours on my skin
Usually it's not a problem. If you keep it for more than 8 hours, you simply increase the chances of stretching or sweating.
I removed the patch with the red tab and it removed both patches, is this right?
Yes! It's perfectly right, you can now simply use the soap pad or clean any adhesive residue as in the next steps. The purpose of removing the 1st patch is to use the patch remover liquid but if it was removed already so you can simply skip this step
Can I remove the patch earlier? What will happen to my tattoo?
Removing the patch before time will yield a tattoo that is not very dark.


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