Contraindications for Permanent Makeup Services
I cannot perform the procedure on those that are: pregnant, breastfeeding, diabetic, taking blood thinning medication, or have an autoimmune disorder, or have recently completed chemotherapy. If you have any medical condition or are on medications you are required to consult first with Jenny to determine if you are a candidate.
If you have any contraindication and still book an appointment, the procedure will not be performed and your deposit will not be refunded.
Contraindications may include but are not limited to:
- Liver disease -high risk of infection.
- Compromised skin near or on the treated area -this includes moles, herpes, scar tissue, eczema and much more.
- Cold sores fever blisters- if client is prone to these they are to take an antiviral prior to treatment
- Hormone Therapies - can affect pigmentation and or cause sensitivity.
- Pregnancy and nursing
- Chemotherapy and radiation
- Botox within 4 weeks of treatment
- Cancer, tumors growths or cysts in the area (Cancer suvior must be on remission for a min. of 6 months)
- Keloid scars or history of keloid scarring
- Hemophilia or prolonged bleeding disorders
- Clients on blood thinners
- Chemical or laser peels in the last 6 weeks
- Diabetes - insulin-dependent (Need Doctors note)
- Uncontrolled blood pressure for clients who have a history of high blood pressure it would benefit to have a blood pressure cuff to
- monitor their blood pressure prior to treatment, artificial heart valves or joints may require antibiotic prophylaxis one hour prior to
- treatment and should have a doctor's note
- History of allergy to lanolin, lidocaine/anesthetics, Vaseline, crayons, Metals, glycerin, hair dyes, paints, as they may have an
- allergic reaction to pigments or Aftercare products.
- Autoimmune disorders will require a doctor's note
- Previous microblading or permanent makeup
- If you have taken Accutane in the last year
- There is psoriasis/dermatitis, eczema, keratosis pilaris, chronic acne, rosacea (mild cases can be okay) on and around the brow
- Arthritis – Consult with us first.
- Kidney Disease – Consult with us first.
- Previous work done on the area by another artits.