Frequently Asked Questions Permanent Makeup

What is permanent makeup?

Permanent makeup also known as permanent cosmetics, semi-permanent makeup, micro-pigmentation and cosmetic tattooing is an advanced form of cosmetic tattooing. However, the pigments (inks) used are not infused as deeply into the skin as normal tattooing.

How long is permanent?

Permanent make-up is considered permanent since the implanted pigment cannot be washed off and remains perfectly applied. In time, however, fading will occur and some or the entire colour will need to be reapplied.

What is the difference between permanent and semi-permanent makeup?

The process is the same.  It largely depends on what the technician likes to call it.  It is preferable to call it permanent makeup, because although your permanent makeup will fade, there is no guarantee that it will completely disappear.  So, to be safe, it is called permanent makeup.

How long does permanent makeup last?

The desired effect of permanent makeup lasts for about 24 months. However, the fading process is dependent on so many variables. For instance, if you like to sunbathe, it’s likely that your enhancement will fade faster. It is recommended that you refresh your enhancement every 12 – 15 months.

What is micro-blading?

Micro-blading is a form of permanent make-up where a hand tool is used instead of a machine used to create beautiful, natural looking hair stroke brows.

Will I benefit from permanent makeup?

If you’re over 18 and use cosmetics it’s likely you will benefit from the liberating benefits of wearing permanent makeup.


  • Feeling flawless, looking younger and saving time.
  • Permanent makeup can enhance your features with a soft natural look or be applied with the purpose of replacing makeup.
  • It’s a convenient alternative if you have allergies to conventional makeup or you’re sporty and want to look your best without worrying about your makeup smudging or sweating off.
  • It’s a must-have if your vision is poor or you have difficulty applying cosmetics due to dexterity related conditions.
  • its great if you’ve got a busy lifestyle and don’t have time to spend applying and refreshing makeup throughout the day.
  • Chemotherapy patients who may lose facial hair would benefit from permanent make-up before or after treatment.
Do I have a choice on placement & colour?

Absolutely. You will be in control every step of the way from desired shape to colour selection.

How long will it take?

You should allow about 2 hours for each new procedure.

Does having permanent makeup hurt?

The consensus is it depends on your pain threshold. However, most of our clients tell us it is a little uncomfortable but not painful. During your treatment to maximize your comfort, we will use effective numbing agents and the latest apparatus designed to cause minimal skin trauma.

Is permanent makeup safe?

Yes, the strictest hygiene and sterilisation standards are followed and only pre-packed, sterile needle cartridges are used for each client. No chemicals are used, only minerals and glycerine specifically selected for their safe, non-toxic and hypo-allergenic properties. Clients are also given an allergy test prior to treatment.

How long is the recovery time for a permanent make up treatment?

Healing time varies from person to person. You will be given before & aftercare instructions prior to your treatment.

What will I look like immediately after my permanent makeup treatment?

Immediately after procedure, your colour will appear darker and more intense.  This will lighten and soften over 3 -7 days.  Mild redness or swelling may occur for the first couple of days, particularly with eye and lip treatments.  However, normal activity can be resumed immediately following the treatment.

Can I have permanent makeup if I am pregnant?

You cannot have any permanent makeup treatments whilst pregnant and it is not advised whilst breast feeding.

When can I go to the gym/sauna/sunbed?

We strongly suggest you abstain from any heated/moistened/sweaty environments for 7-10 days following your treatment. This is so you do not hinder the healing process of your new permanent makeup.

What if I don’t like my permanent makeup?

We want to make sure you love your permanent makeup enhancements. Therefore, a thorough consultation is always carried out first. We will consider your natural definition, face shape and make-up style. Enhancements will be drawn on and any adjustments made until you are happy with the shape. We will discuss recommended pigments to compliment your skin tone and hair colour. Measurements are taken to ensure your new enhancements are perfectly placed and balanced. If you are unsure about having permanent make up or have any doubts we would advise a separate consultation appointment first.

Can I have an MRI scan if I have permanent makeup?

There is little or no potential for irritation resulting from MRI scanning. However, with that said it is sensible to inform your MRI technician that you have micro-pigmentation.

Can I donate blood after my treatment?

Current guidelines from the National Blood Service require anyone with permanent cosmetics to wait for 4 months after their treatment before giving blood.

Does permanent makeup work on all skin types?

Permanent makeup looks great on all skin types. However, as with conventional makeup the selection of suitable shades is essential to best showcase your enhancement and your completion.

Frequently Asked Questions Micro-Needling

What Exactly is Micro Needling?

Micro-needling involves using a derma stamp pen or a derma roller device. It is a simple procedure that uses very fine needles to break down old scar tissue and stimulate collagen production. New collagen leads to the formation of new skin tissue.

How does Micro-needling Work?

A needling device is used to penetrate the skin. This will create thousands of micro wounds. Your body responds to the wounds by producing significant amount of collagen and elastin fibres. As a result, this will rejuvenate your face by filling in wrinkles and scars.

What Skin problems are Treatable by Micro-needling?

Micro needling is proven to improve the following conditions: mild to moderate acne scars, fine lines, deep wrinkles, sagging skin, rough skin texture, pore size, sun damage, and stretch marks

What Do I Look Like After Treatment?

You will experience some redness and mild swelling for 2 to 4 days. You may even notice a slight bruising or several tiny blood spots, but they will disappear in 24 to 48 hours. Your skin will become smoother and radiant in a week.

What Does the Treatment Consist Of?

The treatment includes cleaning and numbing the skin. A derma stamp pen or dermaroller with microneedles is used to produce thousands of micro punctures in the skin. Vitamin-C serum or Hyaluronic acid are applied after the treatment to enhance skin renewal and collagen growth.

What is the Down Time?

Micro-needling has very low downtime. Skin redness and inflammation are very common. They will disappear within 24 hours. Your skin may become slightly pink for 2 to 4 days depending on the severity of the treatment. You will be given before & aftercare instructions prior to your treatment.

Do I have a choice on placement & colour?

Micron needling significantly improves the absorption and efficacy of all topical skin care products. It stimulates blood circulation and collagen production by over 1,000%. It is very cost effective compared to many expensive and harsh procedures such as chemical peel, laser and dermabrasion.

Skin needling works on all skin types. It can treat the face, body, skin around the eyes, mouth, neck and the scalp. Micro-needling is proven to improve the following skin conditions:


  • Rough Skin Texture
  • Wrinkles
  • Fine Lines
  • Crow’s Feet
  • Laugh Lines
  • Surgical Scars
  • Acne Scars
  • Chicken Pox Scars
  • Large Pores
  • Sun Damaged
  • Ageing Skin
  • Stretch Marks
  • Hyperpigmentation
Does Skin Needling Work on all skin types?

Micro-needling is safe for all skin types. It doesn’t produce post inflammatory hyperpigmentation.

Is it Painful?

This depends on the treatment intensity. If you have sensitive skin, you can apply numbing cream to minimize pain during the procedure.

How Many Treatments Do I Need to See Results?

The number of treatments needed depends on the severity of your skin condition. Many people reported seeing noticeable improvements after 1 to 4 treatments.

How Often Can I Repeat the Procedure?

You can perform a new treatment safely every 4-6 weeks

What Product Should I Avoid After Treatment?

Chemical peel, makeup or anything that are not non-comedogenic should be avoid immediately after a treatment for several days. This will allow your skin to heal completely. Sun exposure is not recommended.

Is Micro-needling Safe for Me?

Micro-needling is harmless on all skin types since the epidermis is not damaged throughout treatment. The possibility of change in skin tones or hyper-pigmentation is small. Micro needling works on very sensitive regions (eyes, neck, back of hands) that can’t be addressed simply with other methods.

Micro-needling is absolutely not appropriate for people who have used Accutane in the last 90 days, have poor wound healing, have open wounds, have had skin radiation therapy in the last year, are struggling with any kind of abnormal skin disease, are pregnant, and have a history of keloid or hypertrophic scarring.

Are There Post Infections?

Micro punctures or micro wounds close up quickly within 1 hour. Therefore, infections are very rare.

Frequently asked questions Plasma Aesthetics

What are the benefits of plasma aesthetics?
  • Non-surgical saggy skin rejuvenation.
  • Plasma Pen Fibroblast is virtually a pain-free treatment.
  • There is no injectable anaesthetic required before the treatment.
  • Purely non-invasive since we do not need to cut the skin or provide stitches.
  • Minimal to no side effects.
  • Very limited downtime.
  • Instant and amazing results.
How does the plasma aesthetic treatment work?

Plasma aesthetic treatment is performed through a series of minute spots which are made using a Plasma Pen. This stimulates the instant contraction and tightening of loose skin fibres. The entire procedure is performed successfully without causing any bleeding nor damage to the surrounding skin tissues.

How long does a plasma aesthetic procedure take?

Normally a procedure takes about 30-60 minutes and you can start experiencing the results immediately. However, the best long-lasting results can start appearing after 3-5 weeks.


What areas can be treated with plasma aesthetics?

Plasma aesthetic treatments are used to remedy skin blemishes in several areas and for treating a variety of conditions as stipulated below;


  • Plasma Pen for non-surgical blepharoplasty – this includes skin tightening of saggy eyelids in the upper and lower section.
  • Treating skin lesions such as skin tags, moles, skin tags, warts, papilloma & xanthelasma, fibromas, seborrhoea, and keratosis.
  • Unwanted wrinkles on the face such as crows, frown lines, necklines and smoker’s lines.
  • Scarring including stretch marks, acne scars, and post-surgical scars.
  • Uneven skin pigmentation, age spots on the face or hands, sun spots, chloasma, freckles, and melasma.
Who is excluded from the plasma aesthetic treatments?

While we encourage all genders to seek plasma aesthetic treatments for all kinds of loose skin blemishes, we conduct our research well to make sure that vulnerable groups are not exposed to the side effects of this treatment. If you really want to get a plasma aesthetic treatment, ensure that you do not belong to the following groups of people to avoid any unwanted negative impacts;


  • Pregnant women
  • Breastfeeding women
  • Individuals suffering from Active herpes simplex
  • Diabetics
  • Some Autoimmune suffers
How Many Sessions will I need?

Well, this depends on the treatment area and the extent of skin damage. In many cases, such as the removal of skin tags, a single treatment session is enough to yield the desired results in a short span of time. In other treatments such as the eyelid tightening, the results of a plasma aesthetic treatment can be cumulative. However, additional treatment sessions may be needed depending on the severity of the saggy skin to achieve and maintain a striking result.

Is the Treatment Safe and does it Hurt?

The plasma aesthetic treatment is safe and relatively pain-free, clients may report a mild discomfort during the procedure. An anaesthetic cream can be applied 30 minutes before the treatment procedure. A tingling or burning sensation may be felt afterwards due to the hot feeling in places during the treatment.


As with any other treatment, it might result in some mild side effects such as reddening of the skin and few others all of which subside after a short while.


You will be given before & aftercare instructions prior to your treatment.

Frequently asked questions Tattoo Removal

Why choose salt & saline tattoo removal treatment?

Salt & saline tattoo removal is a common, effective approach to lightening tattoos. Although a slower process than other treatments, this method of tattoo removal is popular because it is safer than other tattoo removal procedures. Further, salt & saline treatment is ideal for those with darker skin tones, those with sensitive skin, and those who have had an allergic reaction to tattoo pigment. This method can lighten tattoos on any area, including around the eyes.

What can the client expect during and after treatments?

During the treatment, the client should expect some minor bleeding and some bruising. The treated area will also be tender for a few days. The skin should scab over and heal over the course of a few weeks. Fading will happen gradually over several months.

Who are the best candidates?

Individuals who are patient and willing to follow aftercare instructions are ideal candidates. Clients on blood-thinning medications or who expect immediate results are not ideal candidates for this treatment.

What final results can the client expect?

Clients should be realistic in their expectations. They should expect a lightening of the tattoo, but a full removal should not be expected. Clients should expect three to four procedures before they see desired results.