Tattoos the Way Brazilian Indians Do

    “Temporary tattoos are not new but our 100% plant-based tattoo is unlike anything in the market,” says Surya Nature, Inc. of Woodside, New York. The company is introducing Surya Tattoo, made from 100% natural ingredients.

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