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Ruth Swissa is looking to broadcast her long-awaited product

aimed especially for breast cancer survivors: a temporary areola tattoo!

This is a realistic looking areola tattoo specifically for those who do not want permanent make-up just yet, only something temporary yet realistic. It works just like the temporary tattoos you used to purchase as a kid– simply  place it on the designated spot, wet the back of the paper while holding it down and slowly pull the paper away. It’s a safe, quick, and an easy way to achieve a look that many usually pay hundreds for.

Nevertheless, Ruth Swissa also offers Areola Pigmentation for women who want an areola permanently on their breasts. This is a medical micro-pigmentation process that is used to improve the aesthetic appearance of the nipple areola complex after reconstructive breast surgery. This application of flesh-colored pigments may be used either as a supplement or as a less invasive alternative to skin-grafting. This method of pigmentation is less laborious than transplants and similarly beneficial.  With Swissa’s tasteful touch and eye for nothing less than divine, areolas are left looking ideally genuine. Swissa’s permanent make-up is a non-surgical micro-procedure known as micro-pigmentation. Tiny droplets of custom blended colors are skillfully deposited into the dermal layer of skin to simulate natural looking or well defined make-up. This process is a selective art form of traditional tattooing whereby the natural features of the face are enhanced and defined. This technology is used by Swissa to perform areola pigmentation.

Ruth Swissa is seeking to lend a philanthropic hand to women. With the help of this product, she wishes to embrace each woman and grant them an image they deserve. This product is not just aimed at restoring appearance, but to restore a battered self-esteem.

*For every pack you purchase, Ruth Swissa will donate a pair.

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