Cosmetic & Paramedical FAQ'S
What is cosmetic tattooing?
Cosmetic tattoos are done to help restore, or improve your appearance by enhancing eyebrows, lips and much more!
What is paramedical tattooing?
Paramedical tattoos are done to camouflage or revise areas that have been affected by trauma. Whether surgery, self harm, accidents, or health conditions we can treat a variety of concerns.
How often do I need to have the procedure?
For eyebrows and lip tattoos complimentary touch up is done a minimum of 6 weeks post treatment and maximum of 12 weeks post treatment. After your first touch up some people need a Colour Refresher every 9-18 months for microblading and 2-4 years for machine brows.
Is it painful to get done?
With eyebrows, SMP and PMU Removal we do provide numbing to make the treatment as comfortable as possible. With Paramedical depending on the area it can be essentially painless however we can offer a numbing cream if needed.
Do I have to do anything to prepare?
When preparing for this procedure please be aware of any medications or medical conditions you have that may prevent you from getting a treatment. Here are some contraindications in which we cannot treat people.
Can I get my eyebrows redo if I've had them done somewhere else?
Of course! We provide this service to a lot of clients to correct shape, size, and colour. We do ask you come in for a consultation so we can evaluate the skin and area.
How do I prevent fading? Will it change colour?
SPF 30 is recommend to all clients once area is healed to protect and prevent fading.
What do I do for aftercare?
For each service you get you will recieve instructions as well as aftercare product to ensure the best results!
Do I need to take time off work?
No, unless your job consists of you being in water or causes you to sweat excessively, which will affect the healing.
How long will take to heal?
As with any procedure, healing varies from person to person. It usually takes 5 to 10 days for the skin to regrow and slough off. During this time the top layer of skin is healing with the pigment and can shed. After the shedding stops the pigment will start to fade and propoerly heal into the skin. After 30 days the process is complete for the majority of people.
What if I don't like it?
If you aren't satisfied afer your initial vist, during your touch up session we can go over any areas of concern.
Are you trained?
Our cosmetic & paramedical tattoo artist is highly trained. As a medical esthetician she has a deep understand of the skin and different conditions. She is BBP Certified, and trained and certified in Microblading, Machine Brows, Lip Blush, and Paramedical Tattoo.