contraindications

permanent makeup
contraindications

Permanent makeup procedure has contraindications and can not be performed if you are:

  • Under 18 years or age
  • Pregnant or/and breastfeeding
  • Diagnosed with a transmittable blood conditions like HIV or Hepatitis
  • Having skin condition such as eczema and psoriasis on the area that is to be treated
  • Taking steroids, Accutane or Retinol products (Accutane must be stopped 1 year prior to the procedure, Retinol must be stopped 4 weeks prior to the procedure)
  • Using eyelash serum or brow serum on the area to be treated (must stop using it at least 3 months prior to your procedure)
  • Allergic to pigments
  • Hemophiliac
  • Epileptic
  • Diabetic
  • Taking blood thinning medicines (e.g. Aspirin)
  • Having major heart problems or have a pacemaker fitted
  • Having an uncontrolled high blood pressure or healing disorders
  • Having an active skin cancer
  • Undergoing radiotherapy or chemotherapy