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Essential Permanent Makeup Safety Guidelines for Your Well-Being

Safety First: Your Well-being is Our Priority

At Rita Makmak Beauty, we place your safety above all else. You can rest assured knowing that every precaution is taken to ensure your well-being during our procedures.

Disposable Tools for Infection Control:

We prioritize your health by using 100% disposable tools, needles, and cartridges. Our needle cartridges are equipped with a built-in safety membrane, guaranteeing that there's zero risk of pigment or bodily fluids reaching the machine or handpiece. This one-way membrane serves as a robust barrier, effectively preventing any bacteria, viruses, or germs from infiltrating and contaminating your bloodstream.

Sterilization and Sanitization:

Our commitment to safety extends to the rigorous sterilization and sanitation of all equipment and our workspace. After every treatment and with each new client, we ensure that every surface and instrument is thoroughly sterilized, providing you with a clean and safe environment.

Shared Responsibility: Your Role in Safety:

While we uphold the highest standards of safety, it's essential to recognize that both you and your PMU Artist share the responsibility for a safe procedure.

Comprehensive Consultation:

During your detailed consultation, we go beyond mere formality. This critical session is your opportunity to inform our professionals of any medical conditions, diseases, or medications that might contraindicate Permanent Makeup. Open communication is vital in safeguarding your health.

Post-Procedure Hygiene and Aftercare:

Following your treatment, diligent aftercare and proper hygiene are imperative. These practices significantly reduce the risk of infections and ensure a safe and successful recovery.

Who Permanent Makeup Isn't Suitable For:

While Permanent Makeup is generally safe for most individuals, there are specific conditions for which it is not recommended:

  • People with diabetes

  • Individuals with serious medical conditions such as cancer, epilepsy, or autoimmune disorders

  • Pregnant or breastfeeding individuals

  • Those with bleeding disorders

  • Individuals on blood-thinning medications

  • Recent recipients of Botox injections or dermal fillers (a minimum 2-week gap is required)

  • Individuals with viral infections or diseases

  • People undergoing chemotherapy

  • Those with skin irritations or Psoriasis in the treated area


Your safety and well-being are of paramount importance to us. We encourage you to reach out with any questions or concerns regarding your eligibility for Permanent Makeup.

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