Lisa Ritchie Bespoke Permanent Cosmetics



Areola micropigmentation is a medical tattoo in which pigment (colour) is implanted into the skin of your breast reconstruction to re-create the colour and shape of the nipple-areola complex. This procedure can be done 6 months after breast reconstruction surgery.

The aim of nipple and areola micropigmentation is to improve the aesthetic appearance of the breast by recreating, as closely as possible, a nipple and areola that mimics the exsisting nipple and areola (if applicable). This has a positive effect on improving body image and boosting self esteem

I offer donation days once a month to clients that have had previous breast cancer in where I will tattoo your areloas back, wether it be lateral or bilateral (1 or 2). There is no set cost for this on donation days, you can simply donate what you can afford or not at all.

Please contact me if you would like to know more about this service provided.


During radiotherapy, patients may be given a pin point tattoo mark on their skin by their radiographer which is used to line up the radiotherapy machine for treatment.

This mark is often blueish in colour and can be a painful reminder for some of the treatment they had to go through. By using micropigmentation to implant colour into the mark, it can be disguised to look like a mole or freckle instead.

Please contact me if you would like to know more about this service