• Avoid alcohol 24 hours prior to your procedure.

  • If possible, do not take blood thinners 5-7 days before procedure. Non-aspirin pain relievers can be taken up to one hour prior to procedure. NOTE: DO NOT discontinue any medications that are prescribed by a physician which are necessary for your health!

  • Hair removal may be done 24 hours prior to the procedure. If you love the way your waxer does your eyebrows, go ahead and have them done.

  • If you fill in your brows, come with them filled in to desired thickness.

  • If you have a condition that requires you to take antibiotics prior to a dental appointment, you will need to check with your doctor to see if you need antibiotics prior to your procedure.

  • We will not be able to tattoo over any blemishes, sores, and moles in or around the brow area

  • You may experience hypersensitivity on or around your menstrual cycle.

  • If you have botox or skin plumping injections, you will need to wait for these to wear off (usually 6 months) they can alter the shape of your results.

  • If you use Retin-A or skin thinning treatments they need to be discontinued 30 days prior to the procedure.

  • Accutane users need to be off of accutane for at least a year.

  • You can not have a sunburn. It must be completely healed.

  • You may not be allowed to give blood for 1 year after your procedure. (State Mandated)

  • For Lip Procedures- If you have had a cold sore ever, you will need to get a RX from your doctor prior to the procedure. If you do not, your lips will break out in cold sores.

  • Non-Candidates:

  • Diabetic patients

  • Skin diseases

  • Directly after Botox treatment (after 2 months is allowed)

  • Use of Accutane, Isoltretinoin, or other retinoids (after 6 months is allowed)

  • If you have a pacemaker, this manual method can be used, but any machine use is not allowed.

  • Very sensitive and pain intolerant

  • Sunburn or frostbitten (allowed after symptoms are gone)

  • Seborrhea Dermatitis

  • Very dry or peeling skin

  • Excessive sebum, oily skin

  • Problem skin broken capillaries

  • Acne

  • Moles

  • Keratosis

  • Very dry or peeling skin

  • Problem skin

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