Alice - Nipple restoration does not damage the areola tissue

Can the process of areola micropigmentation, otherwise known as nipple restoration, further damage the sensitive tissue around the areola? 

Question from : Alice, article tags : cosmetic tattoo for medical issues micropigmentation areola definition risk-free nipple restoration procedure semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo

Answer for Does the process of Nipple Restoration adversely affect the areola tissue? from Renew Skin Team
Renew Team

One of the main reasons nipple restoration through the use of semi-permanent cosmetic tattoos is so popular is that it is a highly delicate, non-intrusive, non-surgical and painless procedure that produces excellent results. The special micro needles used in the process only act upon the upper layers of the skin, making the process far less aggressive than traditional tattoos. Also, the special pigments used in the micropigmentation of the areola are specifically manufactured to reduce any risks of infection or allergic reaction. Even so, if you choose to undergo this operation, you will most likely experience a temporary swelling of the area in question with a slight darkening of the skin, but these side-effects will recede after a few days leaving behind an excellent aesthetic result that will last for years. It is, however, very important that you visit a clinic that is specialized on such operations and can offer you the appropriate care and expertise. Renew Skin & Health Clinic is ready to help you improve your life in the most convenient and effective way possible.

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