Parents, can you imagine the day that you would be encouraging your kids to wear a tattoo? The reason is because it could save their lives, or at the very least, save some hassle and anxiety. Lost & Found Temporary Tattoos are kinda like those kiddy tattoos from the bubblegum vending machines, except they’re more than just for fun. They come in cute boy or girl designs of hearts, butterflies, spaceshapes, hearts and dinosaurs. After you apply the non-toxic and hypoallergenic tattoo with a moistened towelette and it dries, use the marker included in the kit to write an emergency contact number in a designated space. It’s a marvelous idea: a simple safeguard that your child can’t lose (as he might an identity necklace or bracelet) and that he’ll think is cool to wear. The tattoo will wear off in less than a week but if you prefer, you can remove it sooner with alcohol wipes also included in the kit (household rubbing alcohol or baby oil are just as effective).
These are very useful for when you are traveling with infants or toddlers, especially those who are walking and can therefore wander away quite quickly and easily. Often, their fear of being lost may prevent them from speaking or remembering their phone number. The tattoos are large enough to be noticed right away and, in essence, speak for themselves. The kits are also designed for people with autism or Alzheimer’s disease; the tattoos signify the disability and similarly provide a space for a contact number. In addition, there is a special tattoo “No Nuts Please!” for kids with peanut allergy. Visit www.tattooswithapurpose.com for ordering info.