The global Tattoo Inks market estimated to be valued US$ XX Mn in 2021 and poised to grow at significant CAGR over 2022-2028. Some of the key factors influencing the market growth include increasing errors in digital body sensing device monitoring, changing trends, and poor artwork strict corporate employment policies regarding tattoos and military recruitment policies regarding tattoos. The popularity of tattoos has increased over the last few years. But, this has led to concerns about the safety of tattoo inks, which may involve infectious and non-infectious risks. Tattoo inks may contain dangerous chemical ingredients and microbiological agents. They may be applied under poor hygiene conditions. Tattoo inks also contain several chemicals such as formaldehyde glycerol and isopropyl alcohol. If these chemicals go deep into the skin, the skin becomes more permeable. In other words, chemicals used in the tattoo ink are injurious and they can openly affect the blood circulation in the body. Global Tattoo Inks market is surging owing to frequent acquisitions and launchings by the market players. Cutera Inc. is one of them by holding a strong share in the market. Company has a extensive range of products for face and body medical aesthetic medical devices. Introduction of advanced products have been Cutera’s’s important growth policy. For instance, in the year 2016, the company has received FDA approval for enLighten III laser.
In June 2019, Emulate Inc., the leader in Organs-on-Chips technology and human emulation, and INTENZE Products, the leader in the tattoo industry, announced a first-of-its-kind strategic collaboration designed to advance the tattoo industry, creating safer, better products for customers. Emulate and INTENZE will exclusively collaborate on innovative approaches for predicting human response to tattooing, expanding the functionality of Organs-on-Chips technology for chemical risk assessment applications. This initiative marks the first time that any group has applied Organ-Chips to systemically investigate the biological response associated with tattoo pigments, formulations, or inks.
In November 2021, Indie Brand Manik Skincare Partners with Sulapac on Tattoo-Themed Packaging.