Permanent Cosmetics Pre-care
It is imperative that clients must be off Retin A or similar products thirty days prior to all procedures and Accutane for one year prior to all procedures.
Tr to avoid the following things 48 hours prior to all procedures unless medically necessary:
- Aspirin or similar products (Tylenol is okay)
Gingko Biloba/St. John's Wort
If you have any condition that requires you to take antibiotics prior to going to the dentist, it is a good idea to check with your doctor to see if they are necessary prior to your permanent make-up procedure.
If a client has ever had (even if it was years ago) a fever blister, cold sore, or shingles, it is recommended you obtain a prescribed antiviiral medication from your doctor or dentist. Fever blisters are very commonly stimulated by lip tattooing.
Only use new mascara, lipstick or any make-up that may come in contact with the newly tattooed area after all procedures. It is important to prevent a secondary infection by being exposed to bacteria.
Clients may be more sensitive if they are premenstrual during a procedure.
It is important not to have a sunburn prior to and after any permanent cosmetic procedures. This includes tanning beds.
Do not book an appointment before any major events like vacation, social events, or weddings.