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Eyelash & Eyebrow Services Contraindications

It is important for you to understand that we cannot perform spa services if you have blood or skin disorders that would be aggravated by exfoliation or hair removal, if you are at an elevated risk for infection, or have certain conditions that may cause you to be immunocompromised. If you have any questions about whether spa services are safe for you, please consult your doctor or see our list of contraindications. It is your responsibility to follow medical directives and disclose potential contraindications prior to receiving your service. All clients receive services at their own risk.

For all services below, a specialized home care routine for your desired goals will be recommended during the service to help you maintain results between treatments and a maintenance schedule that works best for you.

Please check our contraindications list to make sure you avoid disappointment.

Lash Lift Contraindications

  • Pregnancy

  • Eye Infections/Disorders

  • Recent eye surgery

  • Allergy to product

  • Ultra-Sensitive Skin

  • Hay fever sufferers

  • Watery eyes

  • Conjunctivitis

  • Your eyes are inflamed, have a stye, or are infected

  • Using prescribed medicated eye drops

  • Medications (Accutane, thyroid medication)

  • Recent Laser Eye surgery (within six weeks)

  • Dry Eye Syndrome

  • Post Chemotherapy

  • Trichotillomania

  • Glaucoma

  • Claustrophobia

  • Over processed lashes


Brow Lamination Contraindications

  • Pregnant or breastfeeding

  • Using any Vitamin A or Hydrocortisone products (must stop using three days prior)

  • Psoriasis/Eczema

  • Alopecia

  • Recent Permanent Make up (must wait four weeks)

  • Sunburn

  • Ultra-Sensitive Skin

  • Recent Anti-Wrinkle Injections or Fillers

  • Medications such as blood thinners and antibiotics (within the last two weeks)

  • Eyelift (must wait 4-6 months after the operation and provide a letter from your GP stating you are suitable for treatment)

  • No self-tanning products (must stop using one week prior)

  • Cuts/abrasions/inflammation/swelling

  • Herpes simplex/eye infections/ folliculitis

  • Roaccutane (within the last 12 months)

  • Excessive Allergies

  • Recent scar tissue

  • Trichotillomania

  • Blepharitis/Conjunctivitis

  • Haemophilia

  • Cancer

Eyelash & Eyebrow Tint FAQs

  • Cuts/Abrasions

  • Scar tissue (6 months minor operation, two years major operation)

  • Bruising/Swelling

  • Sunburn

  • Undiagnosed Lumps/Bump

  • Hypersensitive skin or past allergic reaction to dyes

  • Blepharitis

  • Conjunctivitis

  • Stye

  • Swelling/Bruising

  • Watery eye

Sugaring Contraindications

  • Women may experience extra sensitivity up to a week before the beginning of their menses.

  • Moles, skin tags, sunburned, irritated, or areas with open skin cannot be treated. We can, however, work around them depending on the treatment area.

  • Exfoliating service (light chemical peel, microdermabrasion) within the last seven days

  • Utilized a tanning booth the same day

  • Laser skin resurfacing within the past year

  • Physician administered peel within the past two years

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