Friday, April 11, 2008

safety tat - a super cool product

A friend of mine just sent me the link to this really cool product called Safety Tat. All kids love temporary tattoos and this one serves a great purpose of giving your child a phone number in case he or she gets lost. There are several things I love about this product, first is that they only put a phone number, not your child's name. Second is I know my three year old would be super excited to wear this product and lastly, but definitely not least, there is a green aspect to them.
Safety Tats web page say this:

Excerpt from Wikipedia: "According to the manufacturer's safety data sheets (MSDS), various Sharpies contain: n-propanol, n-butanol, diacetone alcohol, xylene, and cresol. The first of these, n-propanol, is commonly used in cosmetics. The other four, however, are industrial solvents, chemicals that should not be sniffed, eaten, or put on the skin. As solvents they penetrate the skin and fingernails, and do enter the bloodstream."

mmmmmmm. Sounds tasty, doesn't it?

Here is my favorite combo pack below:

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Amber said...

Love this idea!! Why didn't I think of this?

Crazy Daisy said...

interesting. I'm not sure what I think of it, but I don't have kids yet, so I have time to decide!

charlie&gracie said...

I think its a great idea, because even though charlie knows his phone number he is only 3.5 so I could totally see how if he was lost and scared he would be afraid to tell someone or forget. I like to that it has no other personal information, just a phone number.

Missy said...

This is a fun idea - my daughter is 3 1/2 and doesn't speak very clearly, and if she were lost and needed to tell someone her info, I am not sure that she would talk at all if she were scared.

Alima Bell said...

This blog is so interesting. These are great for my kids. I would love to win the Safety tat because my son is always running away from me. It’s very hard to catch up with him. This product will make me feel much safer for my child. What a creative product. thanks for the wonderful entry.