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Anatomical UV Tattoos

Posted Jan 22 2009 4:39pm

In normal light.

In both lights.

All black light.

This is awesome! It’s like having x-ray vision, and for sure the craziest thing I’ve seen in a while! See more here.

Black light tattoos use a UV-reactive tattoo ink that can be seen under a black light but are invisible or only partially visible in normal light.

Given its extensive testing for 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.

[via TattooArtists.org ]

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