"I feel like a woman again." -- Ruth Swissa Has Created a Product that Temporarily and Permanently Restores Women's Sense of Self

Ruth Swissa Professional Permanent Makeup & Skin has developed temporary tattoos meant to simulate areolas for breast cancer survivors that have endured mastectomies.

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Doctors are fanatical over how realistic it looks.

Agoura Hills, California (PRWEB) January 21, 2013

Ruth Swissa Professional Permanent Makeup & Skin has developed temporary tattoos meant to simulate areolas for breast cancer survivors that have endured mastectomies.

Ruth Swissa, owner of a medical spa in Agoura Hills, has dedicated years to helping women who have survived breast cancer. Using her expertise, Swissa has developed a temporary yet realistic areola tattoo that she is now offering to the public. Arousing much attention in the medical field, doctors are fanatical over how realistic it looks.

When clients purchase a set of areola tattoos, a second set will be donated to breast cancer survivors that wish to retain a sense of normalcy in the aftermath of their victory against cancer.

The tattoos aren’t only limited to breast cancer survivors either; burn victims and those that wish to camouflage scars are also welcome to this advanced 3-dimensional temporary tattoo. Swissa has worked alongside noted plastic surgeons, so patients can rest assured knowing that her temporary tattoos are designed to look like true areolas.

The tattoos are just like other conventional temporary tattoos. To apply, customers simply wet the back and press the paper firmly over the designated area before slowly removing the paper. This option was specifically designed for women who have decided against permanent aesthetic work, but still want an equally realistic option.

The tattoos are easy to use, affordable, and provide a realistic preview of what a permanent areola tattoo would look like. Swissa also offers permanent medical tattooing for women who want to transform their temporary tattoo into a long-term areola.
Doctors in the Los Angeles area and other regions will be offering this revolutionary tattoo when the product is launched later this month. Swissa offers complimentary temporary tattoos to all the doctors she forms alliances with.
“I can't thank Ruth enough for giving me all this confidence and making me feel like the woman I was before cancer,” a customer said in a Google review.

For more information about Ruth Swissa and micro pigmentation procedures, visit [http://www.ruthswissa.com/ __title__ RuthSwissa.com] or call 818-735-8818.


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