In Biotek, your safety is our priority!
Before the actual treatment, at the institute or at one of the Biotek certified centers, you will be asked to sign an informed consent. This document is essential; it protects both you and the professional.
In this informed consent is explained exactly how the treatment will take place, what precautions you will need to take in the first week after treatment, your personal and sensitive data will be collected. You will be asked to fill in a form where you will have to declare your allergies, the intake of medicines and the medical / aesthetic treatments you have recently undergone.
Being aware of a latex allergy will lead the practitioner to choose to use nitrile rather than latex gloves.
In case of severe allergies to heavy metals (for example nickel) it is inadvisable to carry out the treatment. The needles used by Biotek are made of surgical steel which, although it is a very pure alloy, contains a minimal amount of nickel and therefore could create an allergic reaction in patients with severe allergies to nickel.
Allergies to dyes, food allergies, allergies to dust or graminace, do not affect the permanent makeup, so you can proceed.
Some medicines interact in terms of color rendering in the skin; for example, they can cause an eyebrow color to not maintain its original color, becoming particularly gray, thus causing an unpleasant result.
These medicines are: antibiotics, cortisone, eutirox, diabetes medicines taken at high levels. Many other medicines can interfere in this way, but with much more moderate changes in color and therefore easily corrected by the professional.
Other medicines interact with the duration of treatment; In these cases permanent makeup will remain for much less time inside the skin.
These drugs are: vessel dilators, accelerating metabolism supplements, hormones.
Taking medicines like the contraceptive pill does not affect permanent makeup, so it is possible to proceed.
Medical treatment in progress
If you are undergoing medical treatment, it is always preferable to wait for the conclusion of this period and obtain a written consent from the doctor authorizing the treatment of permanent make-up on the patient.
This category may include: chemotherapy, radiotherapy, intake of immune suppressants, cortisone treatments.
30 days is the time necessary for the skin to rebuild and heal completely, so it is always recommended to wait until the skin has healed completely before subjecting it to a subsequent operation on the same area.
If we talk about fillers, it is good practice to always wait 30 days after the last filler before undergoing a permanent makeup session and vice versa, or wait 30 days after the last permanent makeup session before making fillers in the same area.
The same rule also applies to botox and thread treatments.
For more invasive treatments, such as lasers or chemical peels or liftling, it is necessary to wait for 2 to 5 months.
If you still have any doubts, consult our specialized technician and find out immediately if you can carry out the treatment!