FAQs

  • DO I NEED A CONSULTATION?

Consultations are done over the phone where all questions are answered so that when you come in for your first appointment it is to start your treatment.

  • HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE?

The initial procedure will generally take approximately 2 to 2 ½ hours.

  • IS THE PROCEDURE PAINFUL?

The sensation to pain will vary between clients.  Once the topical anesthetic takes effect, many clients report that they feel no discomfort during the procedures.

  • IS THE PROCEDURE SAFE?

Your health and safety are my priority.  The procedure is performed using disposable supplies that follow strict sanitation and sterilization guidelines as required by CDC and OSHA regulations.

  • IF I HAVE SKIN CONDITIONS: BREAK OUT, INFLAMMATION, BLEMISH, RASH, ETC., SHOULD I COME TO THE APPOINTMENT?

For your own benefit, we will not do the procedure if you come to your appointment with these skin conditions.  You will lose your deposit if you fail to let us know.

  • CAN I GET THE PROCEDURE IF I AM PREGNANT OR NURSING?

We do not perform treatments on women who are pregnant or nursing, or on anyone who is under the age of 18.

  • CAN I GET BOTOX/FILLERS BEFORE THE PROCEDURE?

You must wait at least 4 weeks before and after the procedure in order to get botox/fillers.

  • IF I HAVE OTHER MEDICAL CONDITIONS, CAN I GET THE TREATMENT?

Give us a call for a private phone consultation.

  • HOW LONG DOES IT LAST?

It would last from 6 months to 2 years depending on your skin type and life styles.

  • WHAT'S A TOUCH-UP AND DO I NEED ONE?

Permanent cosmetic procedures are a process and at least one follow-up to the initial procedure should be scheduled. It is recommended that any required detail work to the original procedure be performed no sooner than five weeks after the original procedure.  Every person’s skin is different in regarding pigment retention.  Factors which effect longevity of permanent cosmetics are: color selected, age, thickness of skin, scarring of skin, use of skin care products, injectables, laser treatments, medication and sun exposure.  You will need periodic refreshing of color, depending on how light the shade of implanted pigments, as well as factors mentioned above.