top of page

Areola Mircropigmentation

Areola Mircropigmentation

Areola Reconstruction before and after

Areola Pigmentation is a medical semi-permanent make-up solution in which pigment (color) is implanted into the skin of your breast reconstruction to re-create the color and shape of the nipple-areola complex. The aim of this procedure is to create an areola that is as realistic as possible.


This solution minimizes the appearance of breast scars and improves areola irregularities, restoring them to a natural shape and symmetry.  This treatment is ideal for men and women whose areola/nipple is too pale, without definition, too small or asymmetrical.  It can help you achieve a balanced shaped, enhanced color and incredibly natural definition.

As a microblading artist and areola restoration specialist, I have seen the transformative power of my work on the lives of cancer survivors.


The loss of hair, eyebrows, and the nipple-areola complex can leave survivors feeling defeated, hopeless, and less confident.


Through my artistry, I have had the privilege of helping many people regain what chemotherapy and surgery have taken away. It is an honor for me to help these warriors feel like themselves again, see the smiles on their faces, and witness the joy and confidence that my work brings.


Learn more about my passion for helping cancer survivors:

Delphine hugging a client


Frequently Asked Questions

What is the aftercare required?

After your procedure, it's important to take proper care of the treated area to ensure optimal results. Following these guidelines will help ensure that the healing process goes smoothly and that you achieve the desired results. ​

  • Do not remove the dressing if breathable patches were applied for 7 days.

  • Apply ointment 3 times per day for the first 4 days after removing the dressing.

  • Do not participate in any excessive physical exercise.

  • Do not clean the pigmented surface directly for 14 days.

  • Avoid wet areas like swimming or saunas for 7 days.

  • Do not remove the scab.

  • Do not tan the pigmented surface.


bottom of page