Botched Ink® Removal Solution

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Existing Non-Laser Tattoo Removal Techs: We'd love you to try Botched Ink® and see if you'd like to join us as an Official Botched Ink® technician.  You must upload your non-laser tattoo removal training certificate, your order will be rejected without this

  • Pack of 10 x 2ml single use sachets

Official Botched Ink® Technicians do not need to upload their Certificate

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For Certified Non-Laser Removal Technicians

Existing Removal Training Certificate:  You'll need to upload your training or insurance Certificate showing a recognised non-laser removal product or training.  Please do not upload your permanent makeup or microblading training certificate, unless is clearly also details removal.  If you're unsure, get in touch using the Blue contact button on the bottom of your screen 

Botched Ink® saline tattoo removal solution was developed by Lisa Henning, Director of Beautiful Ink. Opportunities for Worldwide Trainers.  Results vary depending on the tattoo presented, equipment, needles and techniques used

Online Conversion Course Available

Only Botched Ink® trained technicians can advertise they offer Botched Ink® treatments, use our Before & After photos, adverts and logo, and be promoted on the social media and on the Find a Local Technician map

Link to the Online Conversion Course

New to Tattoo Removal ?

Tattoo removal is such an amazing, yet potentially complicated subject.  At Botched Ink® we want you to feel fully confident, knowing that you're not only carrying out a treatment properly, but you're also getting the best results for your clients

We'll teach you how to answer the eternal 'How many sessions?' question, and help you grow your own Botched Ink® business, with access to all our adverts, Before & After photos, and a listing on our Find a Local Technician map on the Botched Ink website.  It's getting lots of attention from clients looking for removal

Botched Ink® training is for Certified Microbladers, Permanent Makeup and Scalp Micropigmentation Technicians

Link to the Botched Ink® Removal Course


The method outlined below is meant to supplement, not replace, proper training.  The onus is on you, the technician, to satisfy yourself that your existing training and experience will allow you to fully understand the method.  In the event of any claim against you, Botched Ink® accepts no liability as you have been made fully aware that official Botched Ink® training is available, and you believed you didn't need it

Botched Ink® Saline Tattoo Removal Method

Botched Ink® is a gentle yet concentrated hypertonic saline solution. When it's implanted into skin the area quickly dries out. If skin contains tattoo pigment this will dry out too, lifting and removing the pigment during the skins natural healing process

Botched Ink® Instructions (leaflet provided with sachets)

1. Trolley set up. One Botched Ink® sachet is one treatment
2. Apply numbing cream 30 to 40 minutes
3. Consultation & complete client forms
4. Set up trolley with only the items used during a treatment
5. Position client according to work flow & gravity
6. Dip needle into Botched Ink®
7. Working 1cm at a time, open the area using skin needling
8. Blot bleeding using dry cotton pad
9. Start 10min Botched Ink® soak on each 1cm area
10. Re-dip needle in Botched Ink® as required
11. After 1 full pass: blot, soak & fan area until bleeding stops
12. Ensure last area treated soaked for 10 minutes
13. Trolley breakdown & disinfection
14. Blot treated area again to ensure no secretions
15. Client must keep area completely dry for 48 hours
16. Healing area must be treated gently while scab attached
17. Book client in for next treatment after 8 weeks


    Botched Ink® Ingredients

    By revealing the ingredients in Botched Ink®, explaining what they are and why they're being used, the formula is fully protected by Copyright Law 

    Purified Water (aqua)

    Purified water has been purified to remove any chemicals or contaminants, making Botched Ink® suitable and safe to use

    Dead Sea Salt (sodium chloride)

    Sodium Chloride (salt) is used in saline tattoo removal for its ability to dry out the skin.  Salt draws water out of cells via the process of osmosis.  Essentially, water moves across a cell membrane to try to equalize the salinity or concentration of salt on both sides of the membrane. If we add enough salt, too much water will be removed from a cell for it to remain alive, it will have dried out

    Botched Ink® uses Dead Sea Salt, chosen for its high mineral content which benefit the skin 

    The Dead Sea is the most saline body of water in the world with far greater concentrations of minerals than any ocean, a concentration of 33% minerals compared to only 3% other seas

    • Bromide- heals and relieves disorders, and has relaxing effect as an anti-inflammatory agent, can be used as a natural antibiotic.
    • Magnesium- accelerates metabolism of cells, works as an anti-allergic agent
    • Calcium- soothes and relieves skin cells, is necessary in strengthening cell membranes and cleansing pores
    • Potassium - Improves oxidation, necessary to maintain water balance for cell metabolism to take place, assists cells to absorb nourishment and expel waste products
    • Sodium Chloride - Nourishes and hydrates skin cells and removes toxic waste, improving its permeability
    • Zinc - facilitates cell renewal and stimulates collagen and elastin synthesis (renews skin). A great antioxidant this mineral is a free radical’s scavenger. Anti-inflammatory properties

    Glycerin (glycerin)

    Glycerin is a naturally occurring alcohol compound of animal or vegetable origin.  Glycerin is often used in beauty products because it's easily absorbed into the skin, this means the active ingredients in Botched Ink® can penetrate deeply with ease.  Botched Ink® uses pure vegetable oil derived glycerin, sourced from Rapeseed Oil

    Aloe Vera Powder 200:1 (aloe barbadensis leaf juice powder)

    Aloe Vera is well-known for its trans-dermal properties, reaching deeper body tissues, making the active ingredients in Botched Ink® easily absorbed.  The combination of more than 200 active ingredients makes Aloe Vera unique, with anti-itching, cooling, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anti-oxidant and moisturizing properties.  Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder is obtained from the dried leaf juice.  A 0.1% concentration of Aloe Vera powder 200: 1 equates to about 20% Aloe Vera 1:1 gel.  Botched Ink® uses Aloe Vera for its trans-dermal and healing properties

    Neopres COS (Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol, Chlorophensin)

    Neopres COS is a broad-spectrum preservative system which is well accepted in a wide range of skin care products.  Approved in Europe and America with a well-documented safety profile.  Non-paraben, low odour, pH stable and active on bacteria, yeast and moulds.  Botched Ink® uses Neopres COS as a preservative

    Corn Starch (Zea Mays)

    A starch obtained from corn.  Corn Starch is great natural remedy to stop bleeding since it aids and speeds up the clotting process. Corn Starch has drying properties which makes it great for this.   Corn Starch is also used as a thickening agent in skincare products.  Botched Ink® uses Corn Starch to stop the bleeding after treatment and absorb any fluids

    Aluminium Sulphate (Aluminium Sulphate)

    Aluminium Sulphate is an inorganic compound which has many uses.  For cosmetic and personal care products Aluminium Sulphate is used as a deodorant, an astringent used to contract or shrink tissue and dry up secretions, or as a styptic for superficial wounds.  A styptic is a substance capable of stopping bleeding when applied to a wound.  Aluminium Sulphate causes vascular constriction, allowing the formation of a blood clot.  Botched Ink® uses Aluminium Sulphate to stop the bleeding after treatment

    Xanthan Gum (Xanthan Gum)

    Xanthan gum is a polysaccharide (starch) which has many uses, including as a common food additive. It is an effective thickening agent and stabilizer to prevent ingredients from separating.  It can be produced from simple sugars using a fermentation process.  Botched Ink® uses Xanthan Gum to thicken and prevent the ingredients from separating

    Sodium Hydroxide (Sodium Hydroxide)

    Sodium Hydroxide is a highly alkaline and reactive ingredient, often used as a pH Adjuster to neutralise ingredients. The most common use for Sodium Hydroxide in personal care products is its use in the production of handmade soap.  Botched Ink® uses Sodium Hydroxide to adjust the pH making the solution kinder to the skin


    There is no permission for this formula to be re-manufactured in any way.  Unauthorised use will be treated as unapproved licensing and re-branding and an invoice will be issued requiring settlement

    Licensing and re-branding opportunities are available

    © Beautiful Ink Ltd 2019.  All rights reserved. 

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    mariya p.
    United Kingdom United Kingdom
    Excellent service

    Excellent service

    Anita G.
    United Kingdom United Kingdom

    I only used this product recently at Anita Guild Therapies. I was looking for alternative to the product I used previously and I have to say this one is better! And it comes in handy single use sachets.

    Anita G.
    United Kingdom United Kingdom
    Really good

    I've just had a chance to try the product and I'm really happy with it! I could see colour of tattoo fading away during the procedure! My client is very satisfied too, she noticed a huge difference!

    Baljit C.
    United Kingdom United Kingdom

    Easy to use, perfect amount for one treatment

    Sonia A.
    United Kingdom United Kingdom
    Botched Ink

    Fantastic product with excellent results

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