Here’s a funky new twist on tatooing. Black light always makes things more interesting, so why not have a tatoo that is only visible in black light? A surprising, if not somewhat spooky addition to body art.
From Random Good Stuff:
Tattoo artist Richie of Electric Soul Tattoo uses this blacklight-reactive ink for this tattoo.
Blacklight reactive ink is a great way to have a tattoo that no one can see but under the blacklight or to add a little something special to trip out your friends.
Really how safe is Chameleon Blacklight Tattoo Ink?
Given its extensive testing of FDA approval, with absolutely no adverse reactions to it in over ten years, it is all in the proof, this ink is most likely the safest ink on the market.
Here is the bottom line:
– It contains NO phosphors
– It is NOT radio active
– It DOES NOT contain EverGlow
– It does NOT cause cancer
– It has FDA approval as a Spectral Marking [tattoo] Pigment that was developed for use in tracking [tattooing] animals and fish – and yes the same ones we eat, and has been tested and used with NO adverse reaction in humans for over 10 years.
– the florescent dye is completely safe and has NO carcinogen and is human safe and does not spread or “blow out” because the dye is contained and it never even touches the skin because of the PMMA shell.
– the white (clear)
(Via Random Good Stuff)