Paramedical tattooing provides confidence and self-assurance for those who may be dealing with lasting effects of trauma. Angels Ink Foundation aims to provide a need we see in our community, without the financial burden.
" As a breast cancer survivor, I can tell you that having areola tattooing provided the last step in healing. It helped with emotional, physical and mental health. As well, my eyebrows did not grow back. Microblading helped to give me back myself.
Funding this Foundation will help so many people return to their life with self-love. "
- Tara Torchia-Wells
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These procedures help those who may be dealing with lasting effects of trauma regain their self-confidence. However, it is often an expensive procedure and considered cosmetic. It is not funded by public healthcare.
Paramedical tattooing can help someone who has been burned by covering the scar tissue and making it less noticeable. It can help with hair loss due to a trauma by adding micro-pigmentation to the scalp for a fuller look. In cases of hair loss due to chemotherapy, natural-looking eyebrows can be created through microblading. Following a mastectomy, an areola tattoo for a breast can make a person feel whole again.
If you are in need of paramedical tattooing, want more information or have a media inquiry, please contact us at [email redacted] or ask for Tara at [phone redacted].
Thank you from all of us,
Angels Ink Foundation Manitoba
- Nancy Hendry
- Justin Mathews
- Patricia Steele
- Tom Hardern
- Ashton Stepien