Thinking about getting five dolphins in the southern cross formation but can’t commit?
The American firm Ephemeral is develping two kinds of ink that could make that “let’s get a matching tattoo” idea with your partner of three weeks not that bad of an idea.
The first is an ink that is designed to break down and disappear after around a year. The second is a removal solution that could remove the design even sooner.
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CEO and co-founder of the company Seung Shin told Fox News the idea had come from his own parents disapproval.
“Ephemeral was born from a personal experience,” he said. “I got a tattoo when I was in college, and my parents were really against it. So they kind of forced me to get it removed.”
Shin said his own experience with laser removal left him feeling it was both expensive and ineffective.
“I had one session,” he said. “After seeing the results of it, I just never went back.”