Inkbox, Natural Semi-Permanent Tattoos That Last 1-2 Weeks and Can Be Applied at Home Without Needles

Lets Get Inked

Inkbox is a semi-permanent tattoo company that sells really clever, handy kits that feature original artist designs plus the necessary shading inks. Customers who prefer to freehand their own designs can do so just as easily. The ink is derived from a natural source and is painless to apply. The resulting tattoo develops over 24 hours and lasts for a couple of weeks.

The temporary nature of these tattoos and their vast assortment of designs can help people make good decisions around skin decoration, as they can try on different styles before settling on permanent ink. It’s also a good solution for those who don’t like needles or have a fear of commitment.

Inkbox is a semi-permanent tattoo that customers apply from the comfort of home, no needles required. Customers can choose from thousands of designs created by an active artist community or create their own. Customers can also purchase inkbox freehand ink to create their own unique masterpieces The ink is safe for all ages, pain-free, and all-natural. It is derived from a plant that grows in the jungles of Central America. Local Tribes have used the plant as body ornamentation for thousands of years. 

Inbox tattoos are absorbed into the first layer of skin (the epidermis), while permanent tattoos go down into the dermis, hence the need for the use of needles. Other temporary tattoos just sit upon the skin.

Our ink sinks into the top layer of your skin (called the epidermis, if you wanna get technical) and works with its organic compounds to change the color to dark blue or black. …That’s why Inkbox falls somewhere in between the temporary tattoos we had as kids, that literally just stick on top of your skin, and permanent tattoos, that penetrate the skin deeper and enter the dermis.

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Lori Dorn
Lori Dorn

Lori is a Laughing Squid Contributing Editor based in New York City who has been writing blog posts for over a decade. She also enjoys making jewelry, playing guitar, taking photos and mixing craft cocktails.