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Born to be free

Born to be free

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Natural herbal tattoo sticker

The confidential herbal tattoo sticker, primarily made from the rubiaceae plant gardenia, reacts organically with skin keratoprotein, turning the skin blue and then bluish-black as the color intensifies. The color is retained on the skin's stratum corneum, part of the epidermis, which also includes the basal membrane and basal lamina. As aged keratinocytes are shed in a typical 2-4 week metabolic cycle, the tattoo color fades without leaving residues or causing side effects.

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Using your tattoo stickers

  1. Clean your skin and apply the sticker, design out, adhesive to skin. Press gently for full adhesion. Remove the film.
  2. Re-press the sticker to ensure full bonding.
  3. Soak the sticker with water or a damp cloth, press gently for 15 seconds.
  4. Peel the sticker off, leaving a shadow layer. Avoid water for 2 hours for longer-lasting design.
  5. Wait 4-5 hours for the tattoo to start appearing, and 24-48 hours for the final effect. Moist skin will show the design quicker, you may mist the area or apply a bit of lotion after 2 hours. Enjoy your tattoo for 10-15 days!

Shipping, return and refund

We deliver your parcel within 1–2 working days. As soon as your package has left our warehouse, you will receive a confirmation by email. This confirmation contains a tracking number that you can use to find out where your package is.

Returns & refund
We offer free returns within 30 days. Please note that it can take 2 weeks for us to process your return. Please feel free to contact us if you need to return your products.

Customer service

All questions about your order, return, delivery and product inquiries must be sent to our customer service team by e-mail.

Our team is available from monday to friday to answer your questions.

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