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Review: Think Halloween Safety with SafetyTat



Disclaimer:  I was given the products in this post for the purpose of a review. 
I was not paid in any way to write this review.
All opinions are my own.


With Halloween just around the corner there are lots to think about besides candy. Although mommy and I have a post already scheduled and ready for you with tips for Halloween Safety, there is just one more thing that we want to tell you about. A company that you may want to think about for the Halloween Season.

Now this company is not just for Halloween, its perfect for the times when you're out and about with your children, even that trip to the park. Kids can disappear in a heartbeat before you even realize it. We're here one moment and the next moment we're gone. We're little magicians. Now it's great to have your child memorize your house or cell phone number but when a child is scared they sometimes forget even their own names. That's where SafetyTat comes in.



SafetyTat decided to send mommy and me a pack of their Quick Stick Write-On! My brother Mikael is the model for this product. He is 8 and autistic with a severe speech disability so it is difficult understanding him at times. It is even more difficult understanding him when he is excited or scared.



SafetyTat are very simple to use and comes with included instruction and everything that you need. Even the tattoo marking pen is included so no need to go hunting for a permanent marker. Once the SafetyTat is applied to your child's skin and you write your mobile number on the tat, it is on there until you decide to take it off. Safety Tate is made from a micro-thin elastomer with medical grade adhesive that is hypoallergenic and skin safe.


Mikael is much darker than am I in complexion which is why mommy and I decided he would be the best fit for this review. Mommy wanted to see if it really would work on someone as dark as Mikael. SafetyTat claims that since the tattoo is opaque and highly vibrant that it works on ALL skin shades equally well. It was time to put it to the test. Here is Mikael 3 days after having his SafetyTat placed on his arm.


As you can see it really is vibrant and you can make out everything that is written on there. We did notice that it did have a few wrinkles in it from him taking his showers and playing but it is still on. The phone number is also still very legible as well. So far everything that they've mentioned turned out to be true. It is waterproof and does last for some time. Now Mikael has a way of getting help if he ever becomes lost which I hope will never ever happen. It is great knowing that if it did happen that with mommy's mobile number on his arm someone will find him and call us alerting us to his whereabouts.

Now here's the great thing about SafetyTat, they are also available in Allergy/Medical Alerts  as well as tats for our senior citizens. You can't forget them now can you? SafetyTat is not only great for us little ones but for the older folks as well.

About SafetyTat:
"The idea for SafetyTat temporary child ID tattoos was born of necessity one weekend at an amusement park. On Labor Day Weekend, Baltimore Mom, Michele Welsh and her husband, there with their three small children, felt out-numbered. To stave her panic, she quickly wrote her mobile phone number on each of their arms with a ballpoint pen. As she did this, she thoughtfully explained to each of them the importance of staying close to Mommy and Daddy. She also told them that if they were separated that the number on their arm was a way to reconnect with them. 
Throughout the day of fun, Michele had to rewrite the number several times as it smeared or washed off. Several parents in the park stopped her to ask if that was her number on the kids' arms. Each time, they loved the idea. 
The day was a success and the idea for SafetyTat temporary child id tattoos was born."

You can connect with SafetyTat via their website as well as their social pages:


Disclosure: Growing Up Madison receives products in order to conduct reviews. No monetary compensation was provided unless noted otherwise. All opinions are 100% my own. Some posts may contain affiliate links that I receive commission for payment from in exchange for referrals. In the event of a giveaway, the sponsor is responsible for delivery of the prize, unless otherwise noted in the posting. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be a good fit for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."


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  1. This is great! Takes out a bit of worry from us parents. Great to use this Halloween and during the Christmas rush at the mall. :)

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  2. I have seen these before and I think they are a wonderful idea. You just never know when you might lose your child in a crowd.

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  3. These are awesome Tattoos for halloween. i just got a set for my grandsons who are traveling over seas. It sure does give you a little peace of mind.

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  4. This really is an awesome idea! Thanks to Safety Tat!

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  5. This is a phenomenal idea! As you said above kids can magically disappear in a split second! And it would be great for seniors as well.

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  6. AWESOME idea! I've actually used Safety Tats before when we were in Disney. My little man is better now, but he was a wanderer and I was so afraid that if I turned my back for a split second, he'd be gone.

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  7. Very creative idea! It made me remember that time when my parents almost lost me in an amusement park. I was crying for hours till they found me. This is really great because kids tend to wander sometimes.

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  8. I have seen these and think they are a great idea. If you are on vacation, at an amusement park, shoot even the mall. Little ones wander off. Great idea.

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  9. I absolutely love this safety tattoo idea! Definitely helpful for when you go into crowded areas. We have so many "we have a lost child" alerts at public events I attend. This could save a lot of scare and worry.

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  10. When my daughter was little someone tried to grab her. Not once, but twice! I was always afraid taking her in public after that. I love the idea of these little tattoos to keep them safe :)

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  11. With todays scary world, it is nice to have products like this for our little ones!

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  12. I love that. We had bracelets that we would write the name and number on but this is so much better.

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  13. Oh I love these. What a great idea! They can't get lost like bracelets do.

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  14. That's pretty cool! Perfect idea for a busy night like Halloween or at an amusement park. And it's very noticeable too.

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  15. Best idea! Thank you Madi for sharing this!

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  16. This is a good idea not just for kids with communication problems, but for kids who have a tendency to wander. It's an easy way for an authority figure to reach a parent because not every child can remember their phone or even address!

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  17. These are a great idea! They would be awesome for theme parks or big events as well.

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  18. Although I love Halloween, I agree with you, there are a lot of safety considerations to think about. I like this idea because it gives us one less thing to worry about and lets the kids have a good time too.

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  19. Great idea and much needed in these days! I love that they have all of these type of products now days that help insure your child's safety. Halloween is a great opportunity to try them out.

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  20. what a great idea so families can feel safe in crowded areas especially

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  21. This is a great idea! I did not know they had these. With kids nowadays you never know what can happen in a split second.

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  22. I cannot tell you how much I LOVE that there's a product like this out! Hopefully it will help some children not be lost for so long!

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  23. That's one of the best ideas I've seen in a long time!

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  24. What a cool product and such a great idea.. I love it... Will keep this in mind next time we head to Disney.. it's always crowded there... thanks for a great revie

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  25. One Halloween while trick or treating I fell a little behind my mom and sisters and a van slowed and looked like it was coming back our way. It was scary ... I hurried up to where my mom and sisters were but in this day it seems there is ALWAYS something in the news about another child missing. This is such a great idea and product to have for all parents.

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  26. So smart! I'm bookmarking this for when my little one starts trick or treating. Thanks :)

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  27. What a great idea!!! Man, I wish I could come up with awesome things like this! Thanks for sharing and stopping by Family Fridays!

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