Tattoos to Help Kids with Nut Allergies

Here's a great idea for anxious parents sending their children with food allergies off to great adventures like the first day of camp, the first day of school, a class picnic or a birthday party—any event the parent won't be at.

SafetyTats are brightly colored, temporary allergy tattoos that tell others at a quick glance if a child is allergic to nuts or other foods. Each tattoo also has an area where parents can write in other information, such as an emergency contact info and if the child has an EpiPen on him or her.

The tats stick to the skin via a medical grade, hypoallergenic, latex-free adhesive.