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We Can't Do PMU For Any Clients Who Are Or Have

1. History Of Cold Sores. If You Are Prone To Cold Sores, Lip Blushing May Result In An Outbreak And Cause Loss Of Pigment. You Must Start Taking Antiviral Medication, Prescribed By Your Doctor And Not Over The Counter, 48 Hours Prior To Treatment To Prevent An Outbreak.
2. Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure Or Mitral Valve Disorder.
3. Had Botox In The Past 4 Weeks.
4. Under 18 Years Of Age.
5. Individuals With A Dark Lip Or Prone To Hyperpigmentation. In Some Cases, We Cannot Work Over Dark Lips Or People Prone To Hyperpigmentation. Due To The Hyper Pigmentation Getting Darker. *additional Consultation Needed!
6. Transmittable Blood Conditions Like Hiv Or Hepatitis.
7. Hemophiliac.
8. Allergic To Anesthetic (Lidocaine), Makeup, Colors
9. Covid-19 Vaccines. We Cannot Tattoo Between The 1st And The 2nd Dose Of The Vaccine, And You Need To Wait 14 Days After The 2nd Shot.
10. Viral Infections And/or Diseases
11. Sick (Cold, Flu, Covid-19, Etc.)
12. Had An Organ Transplant
13. Active Skin Cancer
14. Diabetic
15. Tendency Towards Keloids
16. Skin Irritations Or Psoriasis Near The Treated Area (Rashes, Sunburn, Acne, Etc.)
17. Used Accutane Or Steroids In The Past Year
18. A Pacemaker Or Major Heart Problems
19. Used Accutane In The Past Year
20. Seborrheic Dermatitis
21. Healing Disorders
22. Epilepsy
23. Blood Thinners
24. Pregnant Or Nursing

1. History Of Cold Sores. If You Are Prone To Cold Sores, Lip Blushing May Result In An Outbreak And Cause Loss Of Pigment. You Must Start Taking Antiviral Medication, Prescribed By Your Doctor And Not Over The Counter, 48 Hours Prior To Treatment To Prevent An Outbreak.
2. Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure Or Mitral Valve Disorder.
3. Had Botox In The Past 4 Weeks.
4. Under 18 Years Of Age.

5. Individuals With A Dark Lip Or Prone To Hyperpigmentation. In Some Cases, We Cannot Work Over Dark Lips Or People Prone To Hyperpigmentation. Due To The Hyper Pigmentation Getting Darker. *additional Consultation Needed!
6. Transmittable Blood Conditions Like Hiv Or Hepatitis.
7. Hemophiliac.
8. Allergic To Anesthetic (Lidocaine), Makeup, Colors

9. Covid-19 Vaccines. We Cannot Tattoo Between The 1st And The 2nd Dose Of The Vaccine, And You Need To Wait 14 Days After The 2nd Shot.
10. Viral Infections And/or Diseases
11. Sick (Cold, Flu, Covid-19, Etc.)
12. Had An Organ Transplant
13. Active Skin Cancer
14. Diabetic
15. Tendency Towards Keloids

16. Skin Irritations Or Psoriasis Near The Treated Area (Rashes, Sunburn, Acne, Etc.)
17. Used Accutane Or Steroids In The Past Year
18. A Pacemaker Or Major Heart Problems
19. Used Accutane In The Past Year
20. Seborrheic Dermatitis
21. Healing Disorders
22. Epilepsy
23. Blood Thinners
24. Pregnant Or Nursing

BEFORE THE PROCEDURE (BTP*)

Things You Should Avoid for at least 24 hours - BTP*

Alcohol, caffeine, Ibuprofen/Advil, Aspirin, Vitamin E, “Hair, Skin, Nail” supplements, and fish oil supplements.

 

Stop using at least 1 month – BTP*

1 week – BTP*

Retinol or vitamin A products, chemical Peels, Microdermabrasion and facials.

Avoid sun and tanning also upper and lower lip waxing or threading.

Should be avoided for 1 months – BTP*

Stop using 2 weeks – BTP*

Botox and filler around lip area.

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BEFORE THE PROCEDURE (BTP*)

Things You Should Avoid for at least 24 hours - BTP*

Alcohol, caffeine, Ibuprofen/Advil, Aspirin, Vitamin E, “Hair, Skin, Nail” supplements, and fish oil supplements.
1 week – BTP*
Retinol or vitamin A products, chemical Peels, Microdermabrasion and facials. Avoid sun and tanning also upper and lower lip waxing or threading.
Should be avoided for 1 months – BTP*
Stop using 2 weeks – BTP*
Botox and filler around lip area. 10 Years Ago, My Husband Bought Me A Dog. This Is The Only Gift That Matters.  

AFTER THE PROCEDURE

Aftercare is an especially important part of the treatment.
*If you will not follow the advice given by your artist, some complications might emerge.

STEPS:Day 1 – 2
Use a clean tissue every few hours to pick up the clear fluid that is coming out.
This will help reduce scabbing. The fluid forms the scabs.
Before bed, if the lips still have same dry lymph, rinse with lukewarm water, gently removing the dry lymph,
pat dry and apply aftercare. Dab dry and do not rub!

Day 2 – 7

The lips may be swollen the second day as well. Always keep the skin moist, do not let lips dry out. Continue
to apply aftercare every 30 minutes throughout the day.

Day 1-7 (or until the scabs are gone) AVOID:

✓ Water (On a PMU area) aside from cleaning them
✓ Makeup
✓ Sauna
✓ Excessive sweating
✓ Pools
✓ Sunbathing and/or direct sun
✓ Spicy food
✓ Kissing

REMEMBER!
DO NOT pick the dry lips.
Do NOT apply anything besides AFTERCARE (no Vaseline, antibiotic creams, lip gloss etc.).
Touch up (if needed) can be done no sooner than 8 weeks after the initial appointment.

IMPORTANT!!
Signs and symptoms of infection include, but are not limited to, redness, swelling, tenderness of the
procedure site, red streaks going from the procedure site towards the heart, elevated body
temperature, or purulent drainage from the procedure site.
Seek medical care if you experience these signs and symptoms of infection.