The following medical conditions require special consideration before any permanent makeup procedure is done. Customers with any of these conditions should contact their physician determining whether it is safe to receive the desired cosmetic ongoing process. In some cases, the permanent makeup artist will ask medical clearance.
– Diabetes. Treatment may be compromised due to the high risk of infection.
– Glaucoma. In the eyes of procedures increased intraocular pressure associated with the pressure placed on the eyes when applying eyeliner can be harmful.
– Bleeding Disorders. Blood affecting coagulation such as haemophilia, sickle cell anaemia and platelet diseases.
– Prolapse. The mitral valve, artificial heart valves and artificial joints. Any condition requiring prophylactic antibiotics should be medicated prior to performing micropigmentation procedures.
Herpes Simplex *. People who have a higher predisposition to exhibit the symptoms of herpes may experience an outbreak after lip procedure. Antiviral prescription must be purchased.
– Pregnancy. Procedure should be postponed. Some medicines should not be used during pregnancy. If you have an allergy reaction, for example, it is not an appropriate time to take the medicine.
-Use of certain medications. Accutane and Retin-A. Topical steroids may leave sensitive skin. Drugs that affect the dermal layer of the skin can affect the procedure. Medicines that affect only the epidermis are not very worrisome. Anticoagulants (blood thinners), long-term use of aspirin, ibuprofen, and some herbs reduces the coagulation time resulting in increased bleeding and bruising.
– Heart Desease, high blood pressure not controlled, poor general health.
– Any treatment, medicines, or diseases that compromise the immune system would not make you a good candidate for micropigmentation procedures.
– Lips that were injected with filling cannot absorb the colour well. Restylane injected superficially close to the edge, within a few months prior to the application of permanent makeup lip, has caused migration or diffusion along the mouth line, but if the Restylane is applied after permanent procedure lips has not cause any problems. However, professional injecting the filling lips can become uneven lip edges, if a little more is added to one side. You would have to compensate with a liner topic lips.
Please take the risks seriously. We know that complications do not happen all the time. It is not because it did not happen to your friend it will neither happen to you. And also not because it did not happen last time it does not mean that it will not happen next time. I hope you will choose a well-trained professional to perform the permanent make up procedure, who is experienced and can identify complications in the early stages and direct you to the appropriate treatment.