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Are you suitable for Embroidery?

Updated: Dec 31, 2021

Unfortunately, not everyone is suitable for all micro-blading or micro-pigmentation treatments. Here is a list of health & skin conditions that might prevent you from being a suitable candidate.




HEALTH (X)

Pregnant, Breastfeeding, Heart or High Blood Pressure, Diabetes mellitus, High blood sugar, High blood pressure, heart issues, or any health conditions that cause excessive or relaxed bleeding. Blood diseases, such as HIV, Hepatitis, AIDS etc.





SKIN (X)

Eczema, Rosacea, Seborrheic dermatitis, Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Keratosis, Herpes/Cold sores on/near treatment area, Keloids, Hives, Dermatographic urticaria, Trichotillomania, Thyroid, Steroids, Hypersensitive, Thinned, acned or excessively oily skin



If you have any of the above or your skin is continuously flaking, itching, or aggravated, chances are your skin is in a constant state of unrest and shedding and is not suitable for the treatment. The same goes for chronic skin conditions & hypersensitive skin as the inherent nature of this type of skin causes easy bleeding. Excessively oily skin can create hair strokes to blur out eventually and results in the powder effect.


SURGERY (X)

Facelift, Fat-grafting, Forehead implant, Eyebrow lift. Usage of retinol or any derivates of products.


Pressure will be put on the forehead, eye & nose bridge area during the treatment and its best advice to wait at least 6-12 months before going for your embroidery treatment.


Botox and fillers, Fruit or milk acids, Laser treatments, Chemical peelings, Exposure to strong sunlight (Sunburnt)

It depends on how fast your skin heals, the fastest restoration is usually 2 months and the longest is 1 year. The older the person, the longer the restoration period.


MEDICATIONS & SUPPLEMENTS (X)


You are not suitable for the treatment if you have been using the long term on any blood-thinning medications or products, as it may cause easy bleeding.


Examples :

Immunosuppressive drugs, Blood Thinners, Sleeping Pills, Blood Pleasure Medication, Chemical Peels, Diuretics, Hormone Replacement, Antibiotics, Tranquilizers, Painkillers (Aspirin / Ibuprofen), Fainting / Dizzy Spells, Diabetes,


It is essential to wait for one year for any blood-thinning medicines or vitamins and at least three months for facial products.


Nicergoline (sermon) should not be taken at