Tattoos Really Are Permanent

The National Association of the Preservation of Skin Art has made it possible for people to keep the tattooed skin of deceased loved ones. After the loved one becomes a member of NAPSA, they can request their tattoo to be save after they pass. Once they pass, a removal kit will be sent to their beneficiary, the removal process will usually be carried out in a funeral home, and NAPSA will prepare the tattoo as a framed memento.

Written by Curiosity Staff September 25, 2015

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