Updated: Jul 18
Before your first permanent makeup appointment with INKredible Permanent Makeup, please read the information below so you are better prepared and avoid any additional discomfort or something more serious. Please consult with your physician as well. Thank you!
Pre Permanent Makeup Care & Tips
No working out or alcohol for 24 hours before the procedure.
Please eat 20-30 minutes prior to the appointment. This will help keep your blood sugar stable.
Avoid any caffeine 2-3 hours prior to appointment.
If you bruise easily we recommend taking arnica before the procedure.
Avoid sun and tanning for one week prior to the procedure.
Discontinue use of Retin-A four weeks prior to the procedure.
Avoid chemical peels, microdermabrasion, facials, botox, or fillers for four weeks prior to the procedure.
Stop taking over-the-counter pain medication, fish oil, prenatal vitamins, or primrose oil for 48 hours prior to the procedure.
Important Pre-Permanent Makeup Information
If you are scheduled for eyeliner, do not wear contact lenses or any eye makeup to the appointment. If you use eyelash growth serum or wear eyelash extensions please discontinue use 4 weeks prior to the appointment.
If you desire permanent makeup on your LIPS and are prone to fever blisters, cold sores, or Herpes on the lips, we recommend that you take Valtrex daily for three days before, the day of, and the day after your procedure. Check doses with your doctor. If you do not have access to Valtrex, you can purchase over-the-counter Abreva® at any drug store.
You will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle.
Check With Your Doctor Before PMU
lease check with your doctor before having a permanent makeup procedure if you have any of the following health conditions:
Remission from cancer within the last year
Have high blood pressure
Taking blood-thinning prescriptions
Have seborrheic dermatitis.
The Following DO NOT Qualify for Permanent Makeup
Pregnant or Nursing
Undergoing Chemotherapy or Radiation
Taking Steroid or Prednisone Medication
Has Open Wound or Sunburn
Has Extremely Thin Skin
Has Bacterial or Viral Infection
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