Saturday, April 1, 2017

SafetyTat: The Temporary Tattoo That Gives Back!

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I recently was given the chance to review Safety Tats
in exchange for my honest review.

Have you ever lost your child, even for a moment? Put the odds in your favor for a safe return with SafetyTat. SafetyTat prominently displays your mobile phone number so that if in the event you and your child are separated he/she can be returned to you quickly. Once you write your phone number on tattoo with provided tattoo marking pen, SafetyTat provides a highly visible form of identification that stays in place - even when wet - and lasts for weeks, until you are ready to remove it. Made with proprietary Tateck®, it is an ultra-durable, medical-grade, skin applique "tattoo" with vibrant colors perfect for any skin tone. More like a skin-safe sticker, it is stretchable, breathable and a cinch to apply. Best part? Kids love them! 

It's parent's worst nightmare when you lose a child.  Take your eyes off of them for just a second and they are gone. This is especially scary when your children is small and doesn't know Mommy or Daddy's phone number.  Safety Tats helps with that; with easy to apply temporary tattoos.  You can get prewritten tattoos that already come with your telephone number. These are water tattoos that apply just like traditional tattoos.  There are blank tattoos that apply like stickers with a bit of pressure. These tattoos come with a special waterproof marker to write your number right now the tattoo. 

I absolutely love this idea to have the peace of mind of Safety Tat temporary tattoos.  You can even apply them to items other then your child's skin.  I applied them to my son lunch items for our recent homeschool field trips. They hold up quite well on plastic. I have washed his water bottle many times and the tattoo is still on it. 

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