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The Nipple Innovation Project is a charity soon to be registered. NIP was founded to be able to provide breast cancer survivors the opportunity to receive 3D nipple tattoos that are miles above the industry standard. The tattoos themselves are also permanent so will stop any continuous trauma to already traumatised skin. It is one of NIP’s aims to raise the industrt standard through raising awareness that things can be done to a higher standrd so that cancer survivors

What we do

Help Breast Cancer Survivors

Our purpose is to empower and dignify breast cancer survivors with this post mastectomy tattooing. To offer the highest standard of nipple tattoos possible from a qualified practitioner from a database of artists we have trained including offering options for funding the specialist treatment for those who need assistance.

Funding Options

Whilst this specialist procedure is affordable, it is considered to some as maybe a luxury, however we feel it is a necessity in order of being able to complete their journey and reclaim love for their new bodies! Not only can we provide detailed information and a well-qualified practitioner for this specialist procedure to be completed. We can also support you with the option of applying for financial assistance in full or half if you are in a position to be able to.

Understandably not everyone is in a position to be able to afford this specialist treatment, so our aim is to support and empower breast cancer survivors in order for them to feel whole again without having to worry of the financial burden.

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