Microblading has become the latest beauty treatment to a path of achieving the most perfect brow.
To ensure optimal results with a microblading treatment, it is important to determine if a patient is an ideal candidate for microblading.
Certain health conditions put patients at risk and make them a non- candidate for Microblading treatments.
Contraindications include those with epilepsy, diabetes, hemophilia, psoriasis, as well as those who have rosacea or are prone to forming keloid scars.
Other contraindications include, pregnancy, nursing, undergoing chemotherapy or taking antibiotics. If you have allergies to metals, epinephrine, lidocaine or have any pre-existing scar tissue or rash in the affected area you are also at risk for a Microblading treatment.
It is always best to have a consultation with a specialist to discuss any medical history of the patient.