May be considered as correctional work and requires a ‘consultation only’ appointment first. Please DO NOT book in for the full treatment unless you have consulted one of our team regarding your existing cosmetic tattoos.
We do not tattoo during pregnancy.
We do not tattoo during breast feeding, please inquire if you’d like more information.
After treatment you will be advised to avoid the following for at least 2 wks:
It is recommended not to undergo any chemical peels within 2-4 weeks of either side of a cosmetic tattoo treatment.
Cosmeceutical products containing the following ingredients should be avoided on the area for at least 5 days before treatment and 2 wks after. NB Future use may accelerate fading of cosmetic tattoos:
Muscle relaxant injections and dermal fillers: To ensure even distribution of any cosmetic injectable, minimised bruising, and a successful result, treatment should not be performed under two weeks before or after.
If you suffer any skin hypersensitivity or dermatitis it is advisable to seek medical advice before having a cosmetic tattoo treatment.
Such as latex, rubber, medications, numbing agents, Phenylalanine (PPE): Please advise your cosmetic tattooist for further advice.
On the area should be avoided a minimum of 4 weeks before treatment and must be completely avoided on any area that contain cosmetic tattoo pigment. Advise your laser/IPL therapist before undergoing treatments.
Assists with healing and may be beneficial after a treatment.
Doctor’s permission must be sought before going ahead with a treatment after any recent facial surgery.
Retin-A, Tretinoin Preparations, Hydroquinone, Skin bleaching agents: may increase hypersensitivity, and the risk of scarring if used within 5 days of treatment.
Avoid for at least 24hrs before the procedure to avoid excessive bleeding
Avoid the following for a week before treatment:
Due to possible slower healing, please contact your cosmetic tattooist for consultation before booking.
If you are taking any of the following medications please consult your cosmetic tattooist before booking:
Treatment should not be conducted when active cold sores are present. The stimulation of cosmetic tattoo may increase the risk of future breakouts.
To ensure your safety and comfort a Doctors permission must be sought before we can proceed with any cosmetic tattoo treatments. Please call us for more information.