It brings us to sadness to find out how intolerant social media platforms (specifically Facebook) can be in regards to sensitive subject matter. On numerous occasions, Facebook has taken down our promotional video for “indecency” and “lewdness”. Our product is innocently trying to better the lives of individuals, it is not trying to promote “pornographic material”. We are not the only ones affected by these harsh censorship rules — there are many other people trying to share their journey of breast cancer (or medical conditions like such) and have been banned from posting images of their process. Please help us share our content freely so those seeking help can access it with ease and benefit from our inspirational product and start their life anew.
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. ❤
Temporary Areola Tattoos can also be purchased at this site: http://www.temporaryareolatattoo.com/
Watch this segment of Ruth Swissa on KTLA CW5 (aired 10/5/14) in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month