SafetyTat from their website:
Have you ever lost your child, even for a moment?
Put the odds in your favor for a safe return with SafetyTat, child ID tattoos.
SafetyTat uses medical-grade, hypoallergenic, latex-free adhesive on all products. Always be cautious and do a small test area with your tattoos prior to applying for long durations. Warning: Do not apply to sensitive skin or if you have known skin allergies. Do not apply near eyes. As a precaution, do not use this temporary tattoo (or any other adhesive products) if you are pregnant or nursing.
How To Apply:
watch the video below for temporary tattoo application tips
While you are applying your SafetyTat Temporary ID Tattoo, talk to your child about safety, and the significance of his or her SafetyTat. Take a look at some of our recommended child safety tips to jump start your conversation.
1). Be sure your child's skin is clean and dry before you apply the temporary ID tattoo. Please make sure your child's skin does not have sunscreen or lotion on it before applying SafetyTat.
2). Choose a place to apply on his or her arm -- any body part that doesn't have a lot of hair. Choose a spot on your child to apply SafetyTat where your child will not be tempted to remove it (like on the outside of arm, inside wrist, shoulder) If your child does not pick or pull the "Quick Stick Write-On!" SafetyTat, it can last for days, even weeks!
3). Very carefully, peel a single SafetyTat from the larger sheet, avoiding contact with adhesive
4). Apply, to skin, adhesive side down, press firmly 20 seconds
Note: You cannot remove and reposition your SafetyTat once it is applied...it won't stick twice!
5). Slowly remove the top protective layer at slit
6). Once applied to skin, clearly write emergency information on SafetyTat using the SafetyTat tattoo marking pen or Sharpie® marker
I love the idea of the SafetyTats, because I am mother of two hyper boys that love to run off when we go to stores. The SafetyTat give me a feeling of comfort as a mom because my number is right there on their arm in case they get lost and can not find me. They can go up to someone in a store and tell them to call the number on their arm because they can't find me. My four old did it one day at Wal-Mart, he was looking at a toy one row over from, I knew was he was the whole time, but one of the workers at Wal-Mart walked up to him and asked where his mommy was. My son being 75% deaf just looked at him, then my son pointed to his arm and the worker called my cell phone. I told him I was the next row over and I knew he was there. The SafetyTats are great to have if you are one of them parents that have kids that like to run off in stores to go do their own thing.
Disclaimer: No compensation was received for this post. I was provided a sample of each product for my review purposes only. All opinions are 100% my own.