Micro-Pigmentation Expert Talks to Cancer Survivors About Non-Surgical Procedure That Gives Back Their Normal Look

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Let's Face It, certified permanent makeup artist, uses a safe technique to erase scarred memories.

“I never thought I would feel like a woman again,” are not lyrics to a song but a universal mantra heard by Ruth Swissa, Let’s Face It, http://www.letsfaceitla.com, from her many cancer survivors. A leader in the execution of micro-pigmentation, Swissa loves the position she finds herself in which is to put the final touch to remnants of disease and flaws felt by her clients.

Permanent Make-up is a non-surgical 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. In cases of reconstructive breast surgery after mastectomy, the medical micro-pigmentation process is used to improve the aesthetic appearance of the nipple areola complex. The application of flesh-colored pigments to the restored areas of the areola may be utilized either as a supplement or as a less invasive alternative to the skin-grafting procedure that, for many years, was the only available method of restoring balanced coloration to the area. Usually, the process takes several visits to obtain the desired final result.

The medical micro-pigmentation procedure is also used in restoring pigment balance that is lost with aging. “More importantly, this is a safe, non-invasive (as traditional tatooing) process and only natural products are used,” emphasizes Swissa.

This selective art form is a highly sought after procedure by both men and women alike looking to correct skin and cosmetic defects such as scars, birthmarks, burns and discolorations caused by vitiligo or other skin conditions which can be camouflaged utilizing color to help defects blend in with surrounding skin tones. “Further,” she notes, “the natural features of the face can be enhanced and defined in the form of permanent eyebrows, eyeliner and lip liner which busy professionals, athletes and baby boomers (with failing eyesight) find enormous benefit.

For more information contact Let’s Face It at: (818)735-8818 or log onto http://www.letsfaceitla.com.

About Let’s Face It:

Ruth Swissa, Let's Face It, http://www.letsfaceitla.com, is a licensed cosmetologist, a certified permanent make-up artist, Member of the Society of Professionals. Ruth studied at the fine arts institute for eight years, completing intensive courses in drawing, painting, sculpture, calligraphy and photography. Combining her educational training with her lifetime of experience in cosmetology has garnered her a specialized reputation in fine art of medical micro-pigmentation.


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