Permanent Cosmetics are a form of cosmetic tattooing where pigment is placed in the dermal layer of tissue. However, once the pigment has been implanted in the dermal layer of tissue, retention of the the pigment is out with the control of the practitioner and determined solely by the immune system of each individual patient, therefore no specific result can be guaranteed. The cost of treatment is paid in order to have the pigment implanted in the dermal layer and not a guarantee of any specific healed effect as an outcome.
In general terms, you should expect to book in for a maintenance appointment approximately every 12 – 18 months, but certain factors will encourage fading of your make up more quickly. These factors include, but are not limited to, the following :-
- Sunbathing or the use of Sunbeds.
- The use of Retin A creams, or products containing AHA’s, Glycolic or Vitamin A.
- Certain skin conditions or excessively dry/oily skin.
- Certain skin treatments such as microdermabrasion or chemical peels.
- Certain medications are known to cause increased fading.
- Chlorine in swimming pools will cause fading of your make up.
- Exfoliating over your brows on a regular basis will also fade your result.
Your treatment price includes the following :-
- Your Consultation appointment.
- Your Procedure appointment.
- One top up procedure with 6 – 8 weeks of the initial procedure.
Please note that if you wish to achieve an effect which requires additional treatment to achieve, these treatments will be chargeable on the following sliding scale :-
- Additional treatments within 0 – 3 months £125
- 4 – 6 months £175
- 7 – 12 months £195
- Over 12 months £250
Please note that a booking fee of £50 is required to secure any appointment, however, this charge is refundable against the cost of your treatment. Please note however, that the booking fee will not be refundable in the event of non-attendance, arriving late for your appointment, giving less than 72 hours notice if cancelling or rearranging your appointment or should you prove to be unsuitable for treatment.
We regret that children may not accompany you for appointments in order to comply with Health & Safety regulations.