Health, Human Interest, Useful Things by Richard

Anything that helps to keep children safe is a winner in my book, and Eyedentity seems like it could be very useful for parents who need to keep track of their children. The Eyedentity labels are essentially temporary tattoos with identifying, contact, allergy and pretty much whatever other information a parent or guardian deems important.

Every day, an average of 2,185 children go missing, and hopefully something like this would be helpful in reducing these numbers (personally, I think that if this helps reunite just one lost child with their parents, this product is a success). Of course, a personalized temporary tattoo is no excuse for a parent to not keep track of their child at all times… but there’s only so much that one (or two humans) can do. It’s such an obvious idea, but I think it’s a really good one. 18 personalized labels are available for $25.


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One reply on “Eyedentity.”

Thank you for your kind review. I wanted just to let you know that we have a
great new easy-to-use website. Also, that we’ve been featured on NBC, CBS, the TV show The Doctors and will be in Redbook in March 09.
We have about 50 fabulous success stories on helping kids and the elderly with the Labels and the gratitude of their caregivers – which is so amazing for us. We are all about being a support for independence and peace of mind – not inciting fear!
Thank you for your mention and support. Be well.

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