Pre-Treatment Instructions

Permanent Cosmetics 

Many factors can result in less than desired outcomes so it's crucial that clients follow all pre-treatment and post-treatment instructions. We've carefully tailored our pre-treatment instructions to help educate our clients and prepare you for a better experience. Most of the instructions below are designed to limit bleeding and skin sensitivities during your service. Excessive bleeding during your service can dilute and expel the pigment, leading to poor results. 

  • Review our LBC policies 

  • Bring headphones if you are sensitive to noise 

  • Do not wax or shape your brows prior to your service 

  • Do not drink alcohol at least 24 hours prior to your service

  • Do not take Aspirin or Ibuprofen at least 5 days prior to your service 

  • Do not get Botox of fillers at least 2 months prior to your service

  • Do not get chemical  peels, microdermabrasions, or laser peels at least 2 weeks prior to your service

  • No caffeine intake the day of your service

  • Do not take Omega 3 fish oil pills at least 1 week prior to your service

  • Do not tan and avoid intense sun exposure at least 3 days prior to your service


Eyelash Extensions

  • Please come with clean lashes. Only use oil free makeup remover; do not use oil based! 

  • Do not come with lash strip glue, eye liner or eyeshadow. 

Chemical Peels

One week prior to your chemical peel:

  • Discontinue ​any topical prescriptions or any products containing Retinol or Vitamin A. 

  • Avoid sun exposure

  • Do not receive Botox or dermal fillers

  • Do not have another treatment unless recommended 

The day of your chemical peel:

  • Discontinue all use of alpha hydroxy acid (AHA), beta hydroxy acid (BHA) and benzoyl peroxide

  • Stop any exfoliating products that may be drying or irritating 

  • Men - do not shave the day of your peel 



If you fail to follow any of the pre-treatment instructions  or become sick or pregnant, call us immediately at 504.702.8322 so we can make the best decision on when and how to proceed with your treatment.