Temporary tattoos with a charitable cause

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by adakallgren on 10 September, 2015

In search for quality temporary tattoos with high aesthetic appeal, Inkbox works with a fruit-based ink that has been used for body embellishment by tribes in Panama for thousands of years.

On our minds is Inkbox, the temporary tattoo manufacturer with a charitable cause. In search for quality temporary tattoos with high aesthetic appeal, brothers Tyler and Braden discovered a fruit-based ink that has been used for body embellishment by tribes in Panama for thousands of years, and were astonished by the authentic-looking result on the skin. They teamed up with selected artists to create tattoo designs to go with the fruit-based ink, and decided to give back to the local indigenous communities in Panama by giving them a share of the profit they make. Read more here


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