Welcome to Dab Dab Tatts®
No need for any Electricity, Airbrush Gun, Compressor or special skill using you own Stencils
©2017 Raymond Mellick
Dab Dab Tatts® Inks
Black and Coloured Dab Dab Tatts® Inks
Stencil Re Stick Ink.
Create Temporary Tattoos without the need for any eleciricity, gun, compressor or gas.
You can now create Temporary Tattoos, with as many colours as you can imagine, in only seconds requiring no special skill and is idea for Fetes, Festivals, Hairdressing, Body Tanning, Nail Art salons, Airbrush Studios and All Fundraising and School programmes.
Our product is for Business/Hobby/Fund Raiser that is easy, fast, low cost and extremely high returns. Full Instructions sent out with goods
Individual Stencils if you don't have any stencils
shown smaller than actual size of approx 110mmx80mm each
Ingredients and Safety Info for all of our Cosmetic Products: Our Temporary Tattoos, Tattoo Papers and Inks-Comply with Australian Standards AS/NZS ISO 8124.3:2003.
All our Formulas and CAS/Einecs/Inci/FDA-21 CFR and CTFA Nos also comply with Australian Govt Department of Heath.
Do not apply to sensitive skin or near eyes. If any sensitivity occurs remove the product instantly with any perfume, baby oil with a strong rub or sticky tape.
As no ink ever touches your skin (forming part of the patent of this product) or penetrates the first layer of skin, the risk of any damage is completely minimized. Product contains Cellulose Resin Pharmaceutical Grade (Vegetable Origin), Castor Oil (Vegetable Origin). Kaolin, Silica and Water. May contain D&C Red No 7 Calcium Lake, FD&C Blue No 1 Aluminum Lake, FD&C Yellow No 5 Aluminum Lake, Cosmetic Black Oxide, D&C Black No 2, Titanium Dioxide, Mica Coated Titanium Pigments
Mellick (Incluidng all codes and meta tags contained
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reserved. Duplication is a violation of applicable
laws, and may result in legal action being taken without
notice ©1991-2017 Raymond
Dab Dab Tatts® Black
Blue Ink concept first published on world wide web
on 29th September 2007