Pre Procedure Advice

Permanent cosmetic treatments will normally require more than one session. For best results you will be required to return for at least one retouch procedure, usually about 6 weeks from the initial procedure. 

Immediately after initial treatment, be prepared for the colour to be significantly sharper/darker and bolder. This is normal and will subside and become lighter as the tissue heals. This can take anywhere between 5-10 days.   

Advice for all procedures

  • Alcohol, Aspirin, Ibuprofen or Coumadin MUST be avoided at least 48 hours prior to your procedure. 
  • Do not discontinue any medication before consulting with your doctor.
  • You may not wish to make any social plans on the day of treatment as sensitive delicate areas can be red or swollen.  
  • Wear your normal make up to your treatment. 
  • You must have completed a patch test at least 12 hrs prior to treatment and had a negative outcome. 
  • No family or friends will be allowed in the treatment room, so best to come alone if you can. 

Eyebrow Procedures

  • Waxing, threading or any other eyebrow treatments similar should be performed at least 48 hrs before hand. 
  • Electrolysis no less than 5 days before hand

Eyeliner Procedures

  • Any eyelash tinting or perming should be carried out no sooner than 1 week before treatment.
  • Do not wear contact lenses during or immediately after your procedure, so remember to bring your glasses. 
  • You may experience some swelling after the procedure, so you may want to bring someone with you to drive you home.  
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Lip Liner/ Blush Procedure

  • If you have a history of cold sores, I advise you to contact your doctor to obtain the proper prescription medication to prevent such outbreaks. 
  • Alternatively you can obtain medications such as Zovirax from your local chemist/Boots etc. This can help minimise the an outbreak. 
  • The cosmetic treatment does not cause cold sores, however if you carry the virus, it lays dormant in the body then the procedure can stimulate the virus.