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These Bath Salts Let You Bathe in Ink

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When most people say “bath salts” these days, you think they’re talking about the nasty drug trend that’s been sweeping through the nation lately, and not something you actually use for a relaxing soak in the tub. But there are still actual products that you can use to take a bath with and not turn into a maniac and eat someone’s face off. This particular bath acoutrement is unusual because of the addition of an unlikely ingredient – ink.

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Instead of coming out of the package as clear or white crystals, these bath salts pour out with an unusual blue-black color. They’ve actually been made with ink from Japan’s Kaimei & Co., who have been producing india ink for calligraphy for over 115 years.

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What’s unclear from the product description is whether or not the ink leaves any sort of residue on your skin. I’m doubting that it does, or else nobody would buy the stuff. If you’re interested in finding out if you can get an instant tattoo while you take a bath, you can order the Ink Bath Salts for $3(USD) a pack over at White Rabbit Express and try them out for yourself.



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