Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2018: Cancer 'Fighter' Gives Free Mastectomy Tattoos to Women Who Lost Their Breast To The Dreaded Disease
(Photo Credit: Instagram/ bethfairchild)

Mastectomy- the surgical removal of one or both breasts, partially or entirely- is not only a significant physical loss but also a traumatic experience mentally. However, this woman who is not just a mother but a cancer fighter, activist and tattoo artist is gifting areola body art to women, and her intentions will make you fall in love. You'll believe in humanity again after hearing the story of Beth Fairchild who is a professional tattoo artist and a human with compassion. Is Victoria Beckham Reaching Out to Mastectomy and Breast Cancer Survivors in This Cover Shoot for Vogue Australia? View Pic. 

She has tatted hundreds of women who have undergone mastectomies since the year 2005 and she had herself been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer three years ago. Beth Fairchild's Instagram bio reads, 'Mother. Artist. Yogi. Advocate. Lover of all that lives. Terminal optimist. Living with Stage IV Breast Cancer.'

Take a look at a few pictures of the women with Mastectomy Tattoos that are so inspiring.

On one of the pictures that she shared, she captioned it with, 'I'm proud of my scars and proud to show them off, especially alongside other mastectomy patients. If sharing a photo of my bare chest helps another woman feel empowered or feel better about their own self-image, then I'll do it over and over again.' So much empowerment!