Breast Cancer: Life After Surgery
Every four seconds a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer. Many will lose one or both breasts during their fight against the disease. However, the good news is that the survival rate for early diagnosis is 90%.
Therefore, there is much life after breast reconstructive surgery. Today, one of the most important restorative cosmetic processes is areola pigmentation, used to improve the aesthetic appearance of the nipple areola complex.
“The reasons to consider areola pigmentation have more to do with restoring a youthful appearance, in a natural and long-lasting way. The micropigmentation medical procedure is also used to restore the balance of pigments that is lost with aging”, explained the renowned cosmetologist Verushka Escudero.
Nipple/areola reconstruction is increasingly being sought by people who want more color in the area, or who have lost pigment due to surgical procedures such as mastectomy, lumpectomy, breast reduction or enlargement, lift, or male breast reduction.
“Camouflage is also done to correct scars after surgical procedures and make way for a more natural-looking breast. It is a less invasive alternative to the skin graft procedure, which for many years was the only method available to restore balanced coloration in the area”, added Escudero, leader of TuSpa.
The benefits of 3D nipple micropigmentation are extensive. “A three-dimensional image is created that gives the illusion of projection, without the need for reconstruction. A color that is complementary to the skin tone is mixed and the size of the areola is combined with the size of the breast; this provides a more natural color tone and realistic result,” she explained.
Verushka Escudero, born in Trinidad and Tobago, naturalized Venezuelan and resident of Miami, has nine years of experience in the area of aesthetics. Her previous experience in architecture and design, together with her permanent studies in cosmetology, have allowed her a reinforced aesthetic vision to focus on the solution and investigation of cases.
“When choosing a permanent makeup professional, it is important to select a licensed cosmetologist with proven experience. One should never compromise on skill and technique. Paramedical areola cosmetics are safe for people with breast implants”, advised Verushka Escudero.
The cosmetologist herself highlighted her passion for her career: "When I put the permanent makeup pen on my first client's face, I knew I had made the right decision."
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