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Please make sure to check the contraindications list before booking, consult if you have any questions. Send a Text 07923384119 or Email:


  • Anti-coagulants i.e. warfarin, an aspirin, blood-thinning medications, you will bleed more and might bruise easily or may need additional treatment.

  • Haemophilia - treatment can’t be done.

  • Postinflammatory hyperpigmentation that is easily triggered - treatment can’t be done.

  • Diabetes - treatment can’t be done.

  • Steroids, Antabuse or Cortisone creams - you must be free of these for at least 6 months before the treatment and such medications shall not to be resumed at least 6 weeks after post final treatment. Healing will be slower and the risk of scarring - higher. Antabuse causes a severe reaction to anything containing alcohol (pigments).

  • Herpes - use Aciclovir 4 days before the treatment and for 4 days after the treatment. 

  • Keloid scarring (bumpy scars) - treatment can’t be done.

  • Covid-19 - treatment can't be done, wait until you have recovered and have done a negative test.

  • Birthmarks or port wine stains - treatment can’t be done.

  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding - treatment can’t be done.

  • Corneal abrasions, Cataracts and Glaucoma - not suitable for eyeliner treatments.

  • H.I.V., Hepatitis, Autoimmune Disease - treatment can’t be done.

  • Epilepsy - treatment can’t be done.

  • Heart Conditions - treatment can’t be done.

  • Botox/Fillers/Chemical Peels - wait 3 weeks post-treatment at least.

  • Skin diseases such as psoriasis, shingles, or eczema on the treatment area - treatment can’t be done.

  • Anesthetic allergies - treatment can’t be done or will be painful without.

  • Cancer - 6 weeks either after chemotherapy or radiotherapy is advisable as well as a note from an oncologist to check if clients blood count is high enough. However, with terminal cancer, we can proceed with your doctor’s consent.

  • The Tattooing of Minors Act 1969 pre-dates the widespread use of micro-pigmentation in the UK, it defines a tattoo as the insertion into the skin of any coloring material designed to leave a permanent mark and prohibits tattooing (as per the definition) of anyone in the UK under the age of 18 years.

  • Such Pharmaceuticals as: Tretinoin, Retin-A, Renova, Differin, Tazorac, Avage, EpiDuo, Ziana: Discontinue use 5 days before and after treatment.

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