Warranty conditions

Warranty conditions

Warranty conditions

The tattoo artist offers a 6-month guarantee when you get a tattoo from them. This means that if you discover any errors in the tattoo, the guarantee covers the cost of correcting it.

Inspirit Tattoo has an agreement with the tattoo artist to assist with any complaints, so you only need to deal with Inspirit Tattoo.

Warranty conditions

  1. What the warranty covers
    Errors in the tattoo, such as losing a lot of detail.

  2. What the warranty does not cover
    Normal wear and tear, tattoos performed over scars or in areas prone to wear and tear such as hands, fingers, elbows, knees, and feet.

  3. Warranty period
    The warranty period is 6 months from the date of purchase.

  4. Claims under warranty
    Any errors reported under the Tattooist’s warranty must be reported to the Tattooist within a reasonable time after the error was discovered. Claims should be directed to booking@inspirittattoo.no. The application will be processed as soon as all requested documentation has been submitted.

  5. Approved Warranty Claims
    If the application is approved, the Tattooist will rectify the error.
    It is the Tattooist who assesses and approves any measures to address the issue.

  6. Warranty is void in the following circumstances:

    • If the tattoo has lost detail due to your own carelessness or inadequate aftercare.
    • If other aftercare products have been used instead of those recommended.
    • If the aftercare instructions have not been followed.
    • If the information duty in the self-declaration has not been kept.
    • If you do not attend the appointment for correction, or cancel after the cancellation deadline.

  7. When errors have been rectified
    The warranty is extended by 6 months when errors in the tattoo have been rectified.

What is normal wear and tear?

It is normal for a tattoo to change slightly during the healing process, and it should be expected that the colors of the tattoo will be somewhat lighter when the tattoo is fully healed. This is due to the fact that when the tattoo is fresh, you see the tattoo in both the epidermis and dermis layers of skin. During the healing process, the epidermis will be renewed with new skin cells and the tattoo will only be in the dermis layer after healing.

If the tattoo is exposed to too much sunlight, this can also contribute to changes in the tattoo, even if it has fully healed.

Why can’t the tattoo artist offer a guarantee on certain body placements?

Some areas of the body react differently when getting tattooed. Certain areas are constantly in use and movement, making the tattoo particularly vulnerable to wear and tear both during and after the healing process.

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