Everyone knows that tattoos are awesome, but if you’re one of those people that can never decide what they want or worries about future regret, Ephemeral is developing a “temporary” tattoo ink that’s perfect. Just revealed at Tech Crunch Disrupt, the Ephemeral Tattoo Ink uses smaller molecules designed to be processed by your body and a larger biomaterial sphere to protect it for a year. If you somehow end up with one of those ill-fated heart tattoos with an arrow and someone’s name that you can’t deal with for even a year, there’s even a separate removal solution that you can have your tattoo artist use to remove the ink. Ephemeral Tattoo Ink basically allows you to lease a tattoo for a period of year, which is a great way to try something you’re planning on making permanent.
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