Eternal Ink - Mint Green

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This is an attractive and popular shade of light turquoise known as mint green and provides a vibrant, long lasting colour which offers an appealing option for a wide range of tattoo designs. This is, like most eternal inks, available in a selection of sizes allowing you to order as much ink as you need, while also enabling you to lower your costs and waste materials as much as possible. The ink is completely organic and non-toxic and to further ensure the quality of the ink we never freeze any of our inks and we sterilize all of our inks, which allows you to have completely confidence in their freshness and cleanliness.

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Product Name Price Qty
Eternal Ink 1/2oz Mint Green
£7.99 Incl. Tax: £9.59
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Eternal Ink Green Mint 1oz
£13.99 Incl. Tax: £16.79
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Eternal Ink - Mint Green - 2oz (60ml)
£23.99 Incl. Tax: £28.79
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This particular shade offers a bright and cheerful middle ground between green and blue with a cool mint green shade. This is of course a very popular colour, being bright and attractive and is suitable for any number of tattoo designs. The ink is part of the eternal inks complete range of colours which includes a large variety of shades and tones of various colours to be used in just about any tattoo design to ensure all of your needs are met. Of course for additional convenience most of these inks are supplied in a variety of sizes, which enables you to order as much ink as you might need for any number of tattoos or any size designs while also giving you the opportunity to reduce your costs and waste materials as much as possible. The ink itself it produced using a selection of natural materials which ensure not only that the colour is vibrant and long lasting but also that the ink is a non-toxic and organic solution to your needs. Organic pigment inks like these are particularly popular because they are less abrasive against the skin when applied, which means that they are less likely to cause irritation to the skin, which also means they are less likely to heal incorrectly.