To ensure you have the best experience and results possible it’s important clients comply with all preparation and after care instructions.
Please arrive wearing absolutely no makeup (the entire face). We understand some clients are coming directly form work at this is not convenient, however, our concern is regarding skin infections and skin trauma. Too much scrubbing aggravates tissue which results in poor pigment absorption. Removing makeup upon arrival aggravates tissue, cuts into procedure time, and is not compliant with our policy. Contacts should not be worn to your procedure please bring glasses. Mascara, indelible makeups and henna stains should not be worn for 72 hours before your procedure.
Bring or wear loose fit clothing and do not wear fragrance. Self tanning agents make it difficult for the technician to properly evaluate the skin tone. Please avoid self tanner for 2 weeks or natural sun for 6 weeks. Please bring any necessary insurance reimbursement instructions to your appointments.
Bring or wear loose fit, clean, clothing and do not wear fragrance or lotion on or near the area to be treated. Self tanning agents make it difficult for the technician to properly evaluate the skin tone. Please avoid self tanner for 2 weeks or natural sun for 6 weeks.
Arrive to your appointment with a clean scalp and do not apply any hair products at all. Wigs, prosthetics and hats may be worn pertaining they are clean.
Please inform you technician of the following:
- Prescription and OTC medications, supplements, and vitamins
- Alcohol consumption
- Diseases or conditions
- Trauma to the general area
- Chemotherapy or radiation
- Recent surgeries, injections, or skin altering enhancements
- Skin lesions, infections or irritations on or near the tattoo site
- Blood donations
- Regular drug screening
Each area will have specific pre-procedure instruction in writing given prior to your procedure. It is important that all instructions are followed. If medications are required for your procedure you will need to bring your doctors note and or prescription bottle with your name on it.