Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Infinitink is a new concept in tattooing; it purports to be the worlds first permament, yet more easily removable tattoo ink that is 3 to 4 times more removable (by laser) than conventional tattoo inks. The ink which has been in R&D for ten years has been developed by a Harvard Dermatology Professor and a Medical and Engineering Professor from Brown University and uses food grade ingredients, and D&C (drug and cosmetic) grade colourants. It is also deemed to be safer than conventional inks. We have to fess up and say we don't know whether this is anathema to hard core inkheads or the best thing since the regulation of parlour hygiene standards but it looks pretty smart. Infinitink is currently in use by Hamilton tattooist Nadine Bryant.