Tattoo Type

We have two types of tattoo stickers: ink-printed temporary tattoos and semi-temporary tattoos. They are both waterproof and safe for your skin. They look just like permanent tattoos but differ in their duration, material and removal.



Temporary tattoo stickers are also known as disposable tattoo stickers. Their stains and patterns will naturally disappear after 3 to 10 days, and they can be removed with baby oil, olive oil, oil-based makeup remover or nail polish remover.

Compared to traditional and permanent tattoo methods, temporary tattoos are easy to clean and remove and are less harmful to your skin. If you love tattoos and want to wear different ones for different occasions, such as clubs, parties, carnivals and music festivals, temporary tattoo stickers are a wonderful choice for you.


Semi-temporary herbal stickers use gardenia (a plant of Rubiaceae) as their main raw material. Once they come in contact with the skin, they organically react to the protein on the cell membrane of keratinocytes in the skin’s outer layer, making the skin appear blue or dark blue within 24 to 48 hours.

Skin is composed of the epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous tissue. The epidermis consists of the stratum corneum, basement membrane and basal layer, and the stain only remains in the stratum corneum.

As aging keratinocytes become metabolically inactive and die, the stain gradually fades away, causing no side effects to the skin. Generally speaking, semi-temporary tattoos can last for 7 to 15 days, depending on the individual.