About Tattover

Tattover promises you can hide your tattoo the easy way with their cover-up cosmetic. They claim you can dial in your skin tone with just a twist of the cap. They say the cream matches any skin color, covers the brightest tattoos, lasts all day, and washes off with soap and water.

Tattover is brought to you by Telebrands, inventors of the “As Seen On TV” logo and other product/concepts that have little real-world value. Telebrands has been in business 30 years, and has had over 1600 complaints in the last 3 years. Still, because of their relative size and response time, they maintain an A- rating from the BBB.

How Tattover Works

Tattover is a flesh-colored concealer. On the top of the bottle is a combination dial-and-pump dispenser. To use Tattover, they say to select the skin tone you want, from light to dark (it appears to have 2 base colors and a dozen shades). They claim Tattover will blend the makeup accordingly, giving you seamless coverage.

They say you can go to your job interview, wedding, or any other event where you might want to not to flash a tatt, and it will be hidden under this layer of makeup. When it’s time to go out and show your “true colors” again, they say Tattover is easily removed with soap and water.

Tattover Pricing, Shipping, and Returns

Tattover sells for $12.99 plus $6.99 S&H for a total of $19.98. If you would like a second bottle, add an additional $6.99 in fees. Telebrands claims it has a “100% satisfaction guarantee” but there’s some fine print. Yes, you can return Tattover within 30 days for your initial $12.99, but they’ll keep any and all shipping/handling you paid. In addition – and more importantly – if you open and use your Tattover, you cannot return it. Therefore, there is no way to try the product without losing your money.

Tattover Privacy Policy

Tattover (and Telebrands) have the same boilerplate “privacy policy” for all their products. Basically, it allows them the option to store and use your name, address, phone number, and email for any kind of solicitation. In addition, they say “We may outsource all of these tasks to third parties on a confidential basis.” Shhh!

See Also: Not Following These 6 Tips Could Cost You Money on Your Next “As Seen on TV” Purchase

Bottom Line: Is Tattover a Scam?

As we mentioned, Telebrands is the master of creating desire for a product that is either useless, expensive, or both. Tattover isn’t necessarily useless, but we’re sure you can find your exact matching skin tone by visiting a makeup counter and trying a few different shades: you won’t pay anything, and you’re guaranteed success. Add on their excessive fees, overreaching privacy policy, and no-return-if-opened clause and you can see why we say stay away from this product.

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