A few months ago Ruth Swissa debuted her temporary areola tattoo prototype that swept the medical frontier with its prolific design and simplicity. Ruth Swissa’s temporary areola tattoo is a realistic looking areola tattoo designed specifically for those who do not want permanent make-up just yet; a temporary yet realistic alternative. It works just like any non-permanent tattoo would — simply by placing it on the designated spot, wetting the back of the paper while holding it down and slowly pulling the paper away. It is a safe, quick, and easy way to achieve a look that many usually pay hundreds for. Normally lasts up to seven days, if not longer. Let’s continue to share this brilliant design with those who don’t know about it — please share this post, you never know who’s going to benefit from it the most. ❤
Ruth Swissa’s temporary areola tattoo is a a realistic looking areola tattoo designed specifically for those who do not want permanent make-up just yet; a temporary yet realistic alternative. It works just like any non-permanent tattoo would — simply by placing it on the designated spot, wetting the back of the paper while holding it down and slowly pulling the paper away. It is a safe, quick, and easy way to achieve a look that many usually pay hundreds for. Normally lasts up to seven days, if not longer.
With it’s simple application and fun aesthetic, this rub-on alternative is hard to resist — not to mention it comes at a hard to resist price. This temporary tattoo is also water resistant, so you don’t need to worry about sweating, swimming, working out, etc.
Check out the website for more information and how to order:
Save the Date! Tune into KTLA Channel 5 News Thursday (7/24) at 10pm and Friday (7/25) at 1pm to you watch a heartwarming segment about battling breast cancer and alternative procedures with Ruth Swissa ~
Catch this press release of Ruth Swissa’s Temporary Areola Tattoo. Here is some more detail about the product:
Ruth Swissa is looking to broadcast her new 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; something temporary yet realistic. It works just like any nonpermanent tattoo would — simply by placing it on the designated spot, wetting the back of the sheet while holding it down, then slowly pulling the sheet away. It is a safe, quick, and easy way to achieve a look that many normally 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.
A memoir written by the brave Jessica Cotner, a client of Ruth Swissa
The day I was diagnosed with breast cancer I was at my mother’s house. When I hung up the phone I hugged my Mom and cried for a moment, I soaked it all in. I remember thinking how will I let my family know, I was worried about how I to tell my husband and kids and how it would affect their lives also. As I though about it, I decided to make the best of it and NOT to be overwhelmed by the big picture, just to take it one step at a time. I have watched the movie FINDING NEMO with my boys a million times and I couldn’t help but hear a song in my head that the character named Dori sang, “Just keep swimming, just keep swimming” She inspired me. I tried to find ways of making light of things I had to go through, finding humor or fun to help me through it all.I knew I was going to loose my hair during chemo, so my husband I put together “Shave Party” in the salon I work at. All my friends and family surrounded me. They each took turns shaving funny hairstyles in my head laughing until I was bald. It made me happy to look at my children’s faces as they helped and giggled at how silly mommy looked. Weeks later, after I started chemo I quickly began loosing all my stubble so I shaved the remaining fuzz. I had my children put temporary tattoos on my scalp like an art project. As many know its never fun being sick so I tried to find things to look forward to each step of the way, whether it was camping, swimming, buying a new wig or makeup. Falseeyelashes became a musst!! I would wear them everyday and it would just lift my spirits and make me feel pretty again. Now don’t get me wrong, there is nothing fun about chemo, reconstructive surgery and hot flashes or being forced to start early menopause but one carrot at the end of the stick was to get my tattoos!! Its like the cherry on the top of my Sunday. What better way then to have a good experience with Ruth Swissa. She was so personable and easy to talk to. She made this experience comfortable and fun.And now I can look in the mirror and feel complete. They are like little badges of what I went through.I can’t help but smile about how they remind me of all the friends and loved ones who helped me through it all.
A Prophylactic Mastectomy, also known as Preventative Mastectomy, is the procedure of removing both breasts to prevent breast cancer from occurring. This practice has been proven to be very effective in lowering the risk of breast cancer in women. Nevertheless, this procedure is the most drastic measure someone could take in combating the risk of breast cancer. There are other alternatives to consider.
Here are some of the pros and cons of preventative mastectomies.
Stark Statistics: Lifetime risk of regular (11%) and contralateral breast cancer (10%) in woman is Contralateral breast cancer is when the cancer mutation develops in the other breast.
Screenings Don’t Prevent, Only Detect: Screenings can pick up the cancer mutation, but no screening method can prevent breast cancer from occurring.
Breast-Cancer Reducing Drug Not for Everyone: There have been the production of breast-cancer reducing drugs, such as tamoxifen and raloxifen, but not all women can take these.
Psychological Reassurance: Nothing provides the same amount of confidence and reassurance that the risk of breast cancer has been dramatically reduced than a preventative mastectomy
Life Expectancy: Doing a preventative mastectomy can potentially increase the life expectancy in young women who have the BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutation.
Potential Problems with Breast Implants: When doing breast implant surgery, there is a risk of complications which include capsular contracture (scar tissue that forms around the implant and squeezes the implant), breast pain, change in nipple and breast sensation, rupture with deflation of saline-filled implants, or rupture with or without symptoms (silent rupture)
Impact on Sensuality/Sexuality: Although this is one of the lesser issues when it comes to something as horrible as cancer, it still does prose a con. When having your breasts completely removed (regardless of the option of breast implants), you will lose all sensation in your breast area and nipple.
Residual Risk: Although Preventative Mastectomies can highly decrease the risk of breast cancer, it doesn’t completely eliminate the risk by 100%. There is a slight percentage of developing breast cancer in the remaining tissue even post-mastectomy