Techniques that image flow fields are vital to developing our understanding of fluid mechanics. One such technique is “PLIF”, or Planar Laser-Induced Fluorescence. Many dyes – including natural ones – exhibit the ability to fluoresce when illuminated with a suitable light source. Here, a sheet of UV light from a domestic security marking black light is used as an alternative to a laser source, to visualise the dissolution of an effervescent vitamin tablet as it dissolves. This was conducted purely for artistic purposes, at home during COVID-19, using a standard photographic camera to record the video. A tablet fragment is used in chilled water to slow down dissolution and prolong the visibility of high contrast patterns.