Eternal Ink - Hot Pink

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There are plenty of shades available from eternal inks, particularly the selection of inks to which this tone of hot pink belongs; the eternal inks complete range of colours. This shade of hot pink is a particularly bold and vibrant option, making it an excellent choice for drawing attention to a feature of a design, and of course perfect for use in a wide variety of designs. As with all eternal inks this is a high quality, long lasting, non-toxic and organic option, and to further improve the quality of the ink we ensure it is never frozen and is sterilized before distribution.

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Produktname Preis Menge
Eternal Ink 1/2oz Hot Pink
8,99 € inkl. Mwst.: 10,79 €
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Eternal Ink Pink Hot 1oz
16,99 € inkl. Mwst.: 20,39 €
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Eternal Ink - Hot Pink - 2oz (60ml)
29,50 € inkl. Mwst.: 35,40 €
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Eternal Ink - Hot Pink - 4oz (125ml)
53,50 € inkl. Mwst.: 64,20 €
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Diese Tinten sind nur für das Zeichnen bestimmt und nicht zum Tätowieren geeignet.

This selection of ink is a powerful, bold colour that provides a strong and lasting shade of hot pink, making it an ideal selection for a wide variety of designs. The ink is available in a selection of sizes, allowing you the most possible convenience in selecting the right amount of ink for you, offering you the chance to reduce costs and waste materials where possible. The ink is produced using a variety of the best possible ingredients, which help to ensure that it is not only a high quality and long lasting colour, but also provide a non-toxic, organic solution for the ink. It is this organic nature of the ink that is possibly most desirable in the eternal inks, as it ensures the ink is less likely to cause irritation to the skin when applied. We further help to ensure that the ink is less likely to cause problems on the skin by sterilizing the ink. Sterilization is something very few suppliers invest in, despite the many benefits it provides. The process includes the use of gamma radiation to eliminate any potentially harmful bacteria that might otherwise be present in the ink. It is often this bacteria that, if left in the ink, would have been the cause of irritation, allergic reaction and even infection.