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Non Surgical Cosmetic Procedures

Consultations required Due to strict new TGA and AHPRA (2024) rules and guidelines pricing, custom treatment plans, procedures and specific details are discussed during an in clinic consultation only. On a unique basis for each individual. 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION PLEASE READ- If you are after a consultation and treatment in one appointment, please stipulate in checkout booking notes and one of our team members will contact you shortly after to extend your appointment time. The First consultation is $50 (industry standard to avoid no-shows and cancellations). IF you are a returning client the booking fee will be deducted off the in clinic treatment or procedure price.  Below there are 2 separate calendars. One for the Perth clinic and the second for the Kalgoorlie clinic (only dates in the Kalgoorlie clinic that are available will be open as option to book).

  • How long does Paramedical pigment stay in the body? Are touchups really required?
    Paramedical tattoo inks are designed to be In the clients body for an extended period of time (minimum 5 years but individual results vary), just like a body art tattoo. However, touchups may be required. Variables like the person (everybody is unique), their lifestyle (do they tan a lot) and the specific procedures (location of the body and type of skin in the area) may result in the need for a touchup. While it’s not the same as cosmetic tattooing as in you may see your client every 1 to 3 years it is similar to body tattooing where is permanent but touchups can refresh the look.
  • Can the pinkish tone be removed from a scar or skin graft? What about dark red, purple, blue colours in scars?"
    The answers to these questions are more will be covered case by case
  • Will numbing be used in the paramedical pigmentation procedure?
    Only use numb when it’s absolutely necessary, that means only if your client has a pain level of an 8/10 or higher with the procedure and is not comfortable enough to proceed without.
  • Will numbing be used in the cosmetic pigmentation procedure (tattoo/permanent make-up)?
    Options for this will be discussed in your initial consult and instructions on how to obtain and apply medical grade numbing before procedure . The most sensitive area in the paramedical and cosmetic pigmentation tattooing is usually the lips. More often, clients getting procedures on any other areas can with stand the pain.
  • How does camouflage react in the sun? Does it change colour? Two clients need to take precautions?
    It is recommended that all clients use sunscreen (minimum SBS 15) to protect their tattoos. Pigments used in camouflage a stable and have been formulated to stay true to colour. So, the area that has been camouflage may stay lighter in the sun and the rest of the skin is getting a tan as a pigment does not turn with the sun. With that said, if the skin is suntanned the camouflage you still plan better than before the tattoo. Once the screen is not turned it will be perfectly planned it again. clients should always come in at their most regular skintones to ensure the perfect colour match.
  • How often does cosmetic tattooing it need to be touched up?
    The initial touchup is done within 4 to 6 weeks from the initial treatment. This encourages the pigment to last a lot longer and correct any sections that may have healed differently (perhaps peeled off before the rest). After that it is recommended to have a touchup every 12 months for best results
  • Is it painful?
    Every person’s pain tolerance is different. With some individuals the pain experienced may be high. Other individuals experience very little to no pain. Pain varies for every individual. However, it is important to remember that these are needles penetrating the skin so some level of discomfort is to be expected. During the consultation pain management and topical anaesthetic options will be discussed and potentially apply before treatment to alleviate some discomfort associated with treatment.
  • Can I have it done whilst pregnant?
    Treatments should be avoided whilst pregnant as a precaution. Even though it has been documented to be safe from the second trimester onwards. Precaution is advised and should be avoided during pregnancy.
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