Inkbox is a new company that has developed a system to give you a tattoo that lasts roughly two weeks.
Two brothers, Tyler and Braden Handley, founded the company because they couldn't decide on a tattoo they wanted to commit to.
They developed a technique using a fruit-based "ink" that provides customers the look and feel of a real tattoo.
It works by using four different layers that safely distribute the organic formula to your skin.
You put the ink patch on your skin, applying it with a damp cloth for 10 minutes. In 12 to 24 hours, your realistic, but temporary, tattoo appears.
Inkbox has dozens of designs you can choose from on its website.
Part of the Inkbox sales go toward the Darien Initiative, which provides support toward the Embera-Wounaan and Kuna tribes of the Darien Gap, Panama, who have been using Genipa americana fruit traditionally for years.