Areola Repigmentation

There are a couple of common reasons someone may want an areola repigmentation procedure. It can be to treat a scar post-surgery, improve nipple color and shape or reconstruct the appearance of a nipple completely.

Areola/Nipple Simulation

This procedure is for patients post breast reconstruction, after a mastectomy or lumpectomy. This procedure uses a cosmetic tattoo technique, that should only be applied by a trained professional, using a skin-colored pigment to create the appearance of an areola.  

Areola size or color adjustment

The color of an areola can be adjusted or improved with a similar process. Some women may have a change in areola color for many reasons, it could be something you are born with, post breastfeeding, or post-surgery. The size of an areola can also be adjusted.  

Areola scar camouflage

Breast enhancement procedures are about as common as buying a new car and many of them require an incision around the areola to place the implant. Because of this incision area, a scar may appear as a round circle surrounding the nipple. A scar’s appearance can be softened, blended, or reduced by tattooing the areola scar using corrective pigment camouflage techniques.

Results from Alicia Shapira at New Image Beauty Bar

  It is important to only see a trained professional who has experience treating these issues, as the areola is a very sensitive part of the body and if not done properly can cause infections or problems for the patient.   For more information feel free to contact us at New Image Beauty Bar!   📞 (954) 774-5087 📍4376 north Suite road 7 Suite #127, Coral Springs, Florida  @newimagebeautybar

Brazilian Stretch Mark Camouflage *VIDEO*

Check out our YouTube Channel @NewImageBeautyBar, where we upload new videos! This recent video goes through our most unique and famous procedure, Brazilian Stretch Mark Camouflage.

Alicia Shapira was the first to bring this technique to the United States. Brazilian Stretch Mark Camouflage is a procedure that blends your discolored stretch marks into your natural skin tone, using a form of tattooing that last for 10+ years. Follow along as Alicia Shapira, of New Image Beauty Bar, tells you exactly what it is and how it works. Alicia Shapira also offers classes to teach this unique technique!   Follow us @newimagebeautybar     Email alicia.newimagebeautybar@gmail.com Text or Call (954) 774-5087 www.newimagebeautybarfl.com
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