Anyone allergic to anesthesia, pigmentation and make up.
Anyone who is currently pregnant, breastfeeding, or lactating. Topical anesthetic isn’t safe while pregnant. Numbing cream contains a chemical called epinephrine. Infections and possibly unsafe substances from the pigments are passed onto the baby while pregnant and through breastfeeding
Anyone diabetic. Depending on the type and severity, a Medical clearance may be needed.
Anyone with glaucoma and/or taking blood thinning medication.
Anyone taking steroid medications(I.e. Accutane).
Anyone who has cancer and/or is undergoing chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
Anyone who has been treated with radiotherapy or chemotherapy in the last 45 days.
Anyone with skin diseases such as eczema, psoriasis, keloid, or hypertrophic scarring.
Anyone with transmittable blood diseases(ex: HIV, AIDS,Hepatitis, etc.)
Anyone with bacterial or viral infection.
Anyone with undiagnosed skin conditions, rashes, blisters on and around the area to be treated.
Anyone with high blood pressure or mitral valve disorder.
Anyone with healing disorders.
Anyone who is hemophiliac.
Anyone with a present open wound on and around the area to be treated.
Anyone epileptic or who has experience faint spells or seizures.