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Temporary tattoos bring awareness & action to cause campaigns

This Sunday, St. Patrick’s Day will “Go Pink” in Tucson as the City’s 15th Anniversary Susan G Komen Race for the Cure winds its way through the University of Arizona campus.  Most of the participants will be wearing pink ribbon temporary tattoos as a way to honor and bring awareness to the more than 230,000 women in the U.S. who will battle breast cancer this year.

However, as the Internet brings awareness to more and more campaigns causes, it becomes hard to keep track of what each color ribbon represents.

Here’s just a partial list of awareness ribbons available as temporary tattoos:


– 9/11 Remembrance
– Melanoma Awareness


– National Hydrocephalus Awareness
– Addiction Awareness
– Child Abuse Awareness
– Colon Cancer Awareness
– Hydroencephaly Awareness


– Asthma Awareness
– Brain Cancer Awareness
– Diabetes Awareness


– Cerebral Palsy Awareness
– Environmental Awareness
– Kidney Cancwer/Renal Cell Carcinoma Awareness
– Organ Transplant & Organ Donation Awareness
– Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness


– Childhood Cancer Awareness


– Cancer Awareness
– Epilepsy Awareness

Light Blue

– Prostate Cancer Awareness
– Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome


– ADHD – Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
– Animal Cruelty – Animal Welfare
– Kidney Cancer Awareness
– Leukemia Awareness
– Multiple Sclerosis Awareness

Clear or Pearl White

– Lung Cancer Awareness

Pink_For_Breast_Cancer Pink

– Breast Cancer Awareness


– Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness
– Crohn’s & Colitis Awareness
– Cystic Fibrosis Awareness
– Lupus Awareness
– March of Dimes
– Pancreatic Cancer Awareness


– AIDS awareness
– Heart and Stroke awareness


– Anti Bullying Awareness
– Gynecological & Ovarian Cancer
– Interstitial Cystitis and Bladder Pain Syndrome awareness and support


– Bone Cancer/Osteosarcoma


– Carcinoid & Neuroendocrine Tumor Awareness
– Rare Disease Awareness

Personalize your Cause Temporary Tattoo

While temporary tattoo ribbons are a great way to demonstrate support and encourage awareness, there is something to be said for more personalized messaging.

Last week, Des Moines University kicked of its first St. Baldrick’s Day fundraiser, an event where participants shave their heads to raise funds for childhood cancer research.  The students at DMU created specialized tattoos, featuring St. Baldrick, so participants could visually declare the reason for their freshly-shaved heads.


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5 Responses

  1. Susie tassinari says:

    I would like get a sparkle grey ribbon brain cancer.

  2. Susie tassinari says:

    I would like a sparkle grey ribbon for brain cancer

    • Hi Susie, we should be able to create that as a custom tattoo for you. Please send an email to sales@tattoosales(dot)com and one of our Customer Service Representatives should get back to you right away about how to start your order.

      • Janice says:

        We are interested in ordering grey ribbon tatoos that we could put a personalized message on…is this possible? thanks

        • Hi Janice,

          That is absolutely possible! You can give our customer service agents a call and they can walk you through the proccess of creating the ribbons! You can reach them here: 1-877-776-5136. Please let us know if we can assist you in anything else.


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