Worth knowing before the treatment
Before making a permanent make-up, the lips should be properly prepared for treatment. Lips are very delicate and prone to infection. During the treatment the epidermis is affected, which may activate herpes. Therefore, antiviral specimen Heviran should be taken for 2 days before and 3 days after the treatment. It will help prevent your lips from developing herpes. The drug should be taken only after consultation with a doctor. The drug is issued on prescription. Before the treatment, take care of the perfect moisturising and nourishing of the lips. A well moisturised skin makes it easier to absorb pigment.
Permanent lip makeup is not a lip-enhancing treatment. The procedure is performed within the labial red. The large asymmetry of the mouth, the disproportion, can only be corrected by the aesthetic medicine doctor.
Immediately after the treatment the skin may be slightly swollen or red. It is a transitional state that passes quickly. Permanent eyebrows immediately after the treatment are more expressive. They may seem exaggerated. Remember that within 7 days after the treatment the epidermis will peel off and make-up will become brighter by about 50%.
Do not dye your eyelashes with henna within a few days before the treatment. When you decide for eyeliner remember to take off eyelashes at least a week before the treatment. Customers wearing contact lenses are asked to take a lens container with them. They should be pulled out before the treatment. During treatment contact lenses may damage the retina of the eye!
Viral inflammation, e.g. jaundice, hepatitis, HIV and AIDS
Advanced unstable diabetes
Taking strong steroid drugs
Allergies to hair dyes and medical anaesthesia
Cutaneous anomalies in pigmented sites (birthmarks, warts)
Acne phlegmon, viral, bacterial or fungal infection
Skin with colloid and scar tendencies
Cancer - only while treated
Advanced thyroid disease
Eyeball diseases, conjunctivitis and ocular inflammation, ophthalmologic surgery, retinal sclerosis (when performing eyelid treatment)
Started dental treatment (when performing lips treatment)
Henna (made before the day of treatment)