As seen in the Atlantic City Press
Holvick, who is a breast cancer survivor, underwent a lumpectomy procedure in 2008, followed by a radiation tattoo removal procedure, the removal of the permanent ink dots from her body, which doctors had placed there as a target for radiation treatments.
"Some women choose to leave the marks there as a badge of honor - and that's their choice," Holvick said. "I chose to rid myself of the constant reminder of cancer every time that I looked in the mirror. I wanted to take back control of my body, and that was my choice."
The second procedure Holvick is offering, the areola repigmentation, is done after breast reconstruction to minimize the appearance of scars and restore the areola to a more natural-looking color and shape.
"It's about empowerment," Holvick said of both services.