Contraindication In Permanent Makeup

Permanent cosmetic techniques are medically approved and specifically designed to be a completely safe aesthetic procedure. However, there are a few conditions whereby the procedure should not be performed.

If you have any of the following conditions you are NOT a good candidate for permanent cosmetics.

  • Keloid formation
  • Steroids – you must have been off medication for a minimum of 6 weeks prior to procedure.
  • Acutance/Retina A/Renova users
  • Active skin disorders – Pinkeye, psoriasis, active herpes simplex, and shingles. Sun burns – wait until after condition clears.
  • Pregnancy
  • Blood disorders – Sickle cell anemia, hemophilia, large doses of aspirin. If you are taking Coumadin or Heparin you must have written permission from your physician.
  • Cortisone users
  • Lupus
  • Mental Disorders
  • Diabetes – Many clients with diabetes will not heal well and are more prone to infection.
  • Patients with auto-immune disorder (until cleared by physician)
  • Patients with implants

If you have any health issues please discuss your interest in permanent cosmetics with your doctor and get written permission prior to your permanent cosmetics appointment.