The National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art (or NAPSA) will offer this service to its paying members. The service includes removal, the process to preserve and display them, and a certificate (of authenticity perhaps?).
Anybody else feeling a little ooky?
According to the release, removing a tattoo from one of its member’s deceased bodies involves “a chemical and enzymatic process that permanently alters the chemical structure, thus permanently fixing it against decomposition (while preserving the integrity of the art).” The group said the final product isn’t classified as tissue and isn’t toxic.
Yeah. Because if the process were toxic, this might be gross.