The Elysia Skye Breast Cancer Organization was started in July 2008 by breast cancer survivor, Elysia Skye. We are creating a global community, working towards a decrease in the risk of cancer through PREVENTION. This means education, empowerment and an understanding of the physical effect of a positive perspective. Our mission is to educate young women and men on cancer prevention, to raise awareness about cancer in women under 40 and to share a message of love, laughter and gratitude during trauma and illness. We also raise funds and act as a donation platform for those affected by cancer at any age.

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Coming Full Circle – The last step in healing.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014 @ 03:05 PM
posted by Elysia Skye



Hello beautiful community! I am so excited to share our newest project, which my Producing partner, Patrick Norman (Lakewood Films) brought to us. We are receiving donations through Paypal and re-launching our crowdfunding campaign in the near future.

We have teamed up to create a documentary about nipple and breast tattoos for women who have gone through a total or partial mastectomy and have had their nipples removed.¬†We are beyond thrilled to get to share this empowering and affordable option through this film, FULL CIRCLE. We appreciate your support by donating and sharing. That will make this possible for us to share this with the world. We’ll also be interviewing my medical team, and other women who have experienced transformation (emotional and physical) through getting their nipples done (Finally!).

Full Circle – Indiegogo Fundraiser Trailer from Patrick Norman on Vimeo.

We fell in love with Vinnie Meyers of Balitmore, MD who has dedicated his working life to empowering women through the gift of hyper-realistic 3D nipple tattoos that replace or enhance nipple surgery. This is an incredible alternative to surgery, and for those who still want the actual nipple effect which you can get through skin grafting, this adds the color and real look of the nipple (instead of the scar tissue color or the cosmetic tattoo options). My nipple tattoos were done in 2007 by a cosmetic artist (she does permeneant make up) because I didn’t know people like Vinnie were doing this! And to get a “Vinnie” is actually less expensive then what I paid for mine. We’ve also partnered with P-INK.org to celebrate this choice that women are making for themsleves! Thank you so much for your love and support! Again, please share and contribute what you can.

With Gratitude,

Elysia Skye & Team

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