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Contraindications of Permanent MakeUp

Permanent makeup is strictly forbidden to do in the following cases:

  • decompensated diabetes mellitus;
  • psoriasis on the face, a progressive disease;
  • the skin is characterized by the formation of keloid scars;
  • epilepsy, tendency to cramps;
  • decreased blood coagulation, hemophilia;
  • severe damage to internal organs;
  • renal or liver failure;
  • a serious mental disorder;
  • state of alcohol or drug intoxication;
  • autoimmune pathologies – permanent makeup is allowed only at the stage of remission, if the doctor has given written permission;
  • oncology (exception – written permission of the doctor);
  • benign formation at the site of exposure – permanent makeup can be performed only after removal of the mole and complete healing;
  • children’s age – up to 18 years of age permanent makeup can be done to hide a serious cosmetic defect (for example, after plastic surgery);
  • HIV, another severe immunodeficiency condition.

These contraindications are absolute. There are also relative contraindications when the procedure should be postponed until recovery:

  • feeling unwell;
  • fever;
  • inflammatory elements, pustules on the skin;
  • taking certain medications (antibiotics, glucocorticosteroids, retinoids, anticoagulants) – at the end of taking medication, a certain interval is needed before the permanent makeup procedure (depends on the medication taken, its form);
  • high blood pressure;
  • acute herpes – permanent makeup is carried out after complete healing;
  • conjunctivitis, if the disease is allergic in nature, then the procedure can be performed outside the phase of exacerbation;
  • pregnancy;
  • lactation period – at its completion, permanent makeup can be done in 2-3 months;
  • recently experienced plastic surgery in the area of ​​permanent makeup – it is necessary to wait a certain period, the duration of which depends on the characteristics of the intervention;
  • menstruation – blood coagulation decreases during this period, pain sensitivity rises, it is better to carry out the procedure in the middle of the cycle.
  • You should not ignore contraindications and withhold information from a specialist. Permanent can provoke an exacerbation of the disease, aggravate the condition. With relative contraindications, there is a risk that the pigment does not take root or another undesirable reaction occurs. Before the procedure, you should visit a doctor to make sure there are no prohibitions on the procedure.

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