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World Famous Tattoo Ink
460A Greenway Industrial Drive, Fort Mill, SC 29708
Phone: 803-578-9700
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Frequently Asked Questions

Our inks are manufactured in South Carolina, USA.

Yes. Our line is for all professionals with appropriate training and licensing.

There is no evidence that tattoo inks will react under an MRI.

Special Shading Solution can be used to dilute black, grey, or colored inks for various
shading techniques.

Color Enhancer is used to maintain the shade of ink while thinning it.

From the date of manufacture, our inks have a shelf life of three years if unopened and one year after opening. Avoid storing in extremely cold or hot areas. Room temperature recommended.

Laser treatment is the best option for removing tattoo ink.

World Famous Tattoo Ink should only be used for body tattoos. We do not recommend using our inks for permanent makeup procedures as they contain a higher pigment load and are meant to last longer than traditional PMU pigments.

We recommend using our Special Shading Solution to dilute inks for more consistent results.

Some colors can stain the inside of a bottle which may result in the appearance of a darker or slightly different shade than what will appear on the skin. Rest assured that our extensive quality control procedures ensure that every color meets a specific standard, so each formulation is consistent, which means your results will be too.

Some do. Iron oxides are non-toxic, non-allergenic, and generally well-tolerated by all skin types, including sensitive skin. Our inks undergo rigorous third-party safety and
quality analysis to ensure the best results for you and your clients.

Some inks contain carbon because it is the best black pigment which ensures the best results for your art.

Our premium ingredients are a blend of powdered pigments, sterile aqua, rosin, glycerin, witch hazel, isopropyl alcohol, and benzyl alcohol. They are always sterile, vegan, and cruelty-free.

Yes. Titanium dioxide is often used in our formulations to lighten many colors and to ensure the best white pigment.

Lightfastness describes how resistant a pigment is to fading when exposed to light.

Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) provide information about our ink’s formulations, where they are manufactured, how to use and store them, and what to do if an accident occurs.

Our products do not contain any animal ingredients or by-products. We never test on animals or use them when making our products.

We’re the only tattoo ink manufacturing company in the United States with the
International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 13485 medical device level certification. Achieving this label requires passing a third-party Medical Device Audit while also demonstrating the ability to provide medical services and devices that consistently meet all regulatory—and customer—requirements. The requirements ensure accountability and traceability on all products manufactured. We are proud to adhere to these guidelines so we can ensure your results are as safe as they are breathtaking. Quality and safety are at the foundation of what we do.

Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) are the Food and Drug Administration’s production requirements for the methods, facilities, and controls used in manufacturing, processing, and packing of products. These guidelines ensure that products are safe to use and contain the ingredients they claim to. We adhere to all of these practices and are proud to meet the requirements.

All our products are cruelty-free, which means we never test on animals. Ever.

Yes. Our new caps come with a removable plastic safety seal along the opening of the bottle.

Yes. We love mixing them.

No. We don’t recommend mixing our inks with other brands though you can safely combine all World Famous Tattoo Ink colors together.

Our inks are permanent and designed to last for a client’s lifetime.

Our inks are designed and formulated around safety. We use ingredients that have been
tested through decades of research on cosmetic products by other industries. We always use known ingredients with safety supporting information.

No. Though our pigments are rigorously tested for quality and safety and always achieve
the highest certifications and approvals for both, tattoo procedures can cause temporary,
minor stress on the body which is not ideal for pregnant women.

Paul Rogers Red, Red Hot, and Big Apple Red are all super vibrant.

Northern Lights Green or Green Day are our brightest greens.

Acropolis Orange or Everest Orange is our most vivid.

When it comes to blacks, like all our shades, there’s something for every artist and every style of art. All our black inks are very dark. When it comes to selecting the one that’s best for you, look for your favorite consistency and application to fit your tattooing style and technique. Some guidelines for reference:
i. Legendary Outlining Ink — this is our General Outlining black, with a thinner consistency and lower viscosity.
ii. Blackout — Blackout is made without glycerin for our thinnest
consistency making it easy to work with and allowing for strong saturation in the skin.
iii. Black Sabbath — is great for shading and packing. It’s medium viscosity for a black ink with a heavy pigment load.
iv. True Black — is great for super dark lining and shading. A great allpurpose black that falls between Legendary Ink and Black Sabbath.

v. Triple Blackout — one of our darkest blacks. It has a similarly high pigment load to Pitch Black but has no glycerin making for the thinnest consistency so it’s easier to work with.
vi. Pitch Black — the darkest of our black pigments with the highest pigment load. It’s heavily concentrated, best for deep, dark fill, and color packing for tribal designs.

All our black and grey shading sets are greywashes. When it comes to selecting the one that’s best for you, look for your favorite consistency and application to fit your tattooing
style and technique. We believe we’ve created something for every artist and every style of art.

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