Prior to any Permanent Makeup procedures, clients are asked to complete a Consent Form.
The form is used to document medical history, current and previous use of certain medications and to alert any possible interference for a quick recovery.
When possible, the client should be in optimal health. If you're feeling under the weather, just wait. Remember, our body has a better chance of healing and fighting infections when we're well rested and healthy.
Cases with Cancer patients, they don't have that luxury, so be sure to check in with your doctor.
Medications that are particularly of interested are as follows:
- Aspirin (baby or adult dose)
- Any other blood thinning medications
- Acutaine (if used in the last 12 months)
- Excessive use of alcohol or tobacco
Permanent Makeup procedures may cause droplets of blood immediately after the procedure, so use a clean tissue and gently blot your brows for 10 minutes.
Acutaine, used for severe acne, tends to add sensitivity to client's skin. Therefore, it is recommended that the client wait minimum 12 months. In addition, when on Acutaine, people should also wait minimum of 12 months prior to getting waxed (face and body).
Latisse is used to enhance, lash growth. However, it may thin and/or hyper pigment your lash line. I would recommend stopping use for minimum 2 months prior to the Permanent Makeup Eyeliner procedure. Use of Latisse will not affect Brow or Lip procedures.
San Ramon, CA