F.A.Q (Frequently Asked Questions
Can I bring a guest? No, children/guests are not allowed during appointments. My dedication and commitment are to you, having guests during your session can cause a distraction.
Can I bring my Emotional Support Animal? No, animals are not allowed in the treatment room.
Can I bring my Certified Service Animal? Honestly & and respectfully, if you need your Certified Service Animal during your session, that tells me that due to medical reasons, most likely you are not a good candidate for some of our services. To further discuss this matter, please set up a Virtual Complimentary Consultation first.
Can I bring a snack or drink? No, snacks/drinks are not allowed in the treatment room except for water. Please make sure you have eaten at least 30 minutes before your session.
What should I do to prepare for my appointment? Please make sure to eat a minimum of 30 minutes before your appointment. Also, please make sure you have used the bathroom. Specific before and after care instructions will be sent via email and discussed during your session.
What is Camouflage Tattooing? This technique works directly on stretch marks and scars to smooth their appearance. The treatment brings amazing results with a special device along with selected pigments to match clients’ skin tones. Treatment can be done on all skin colors, however, we must be careful with darker skin tones as they are prone to hyperpigmentation. 30%-60% improvement can be seen in just one session, however, we recommend 2-4 treatments for the best results.
What is typical for the healing phase? The treated area is swollen & red. Treated areas can also have intense color which will fade in the final step. You will notice a lighter tone of the introduced pigment, which will be partially modified and stabilized up to a maximum of 8 weeks.
Who are not candidates for Camouflage Tattoo? *People with red/purple stretch marks because they are not healed yet, (there is an alternative treatment for these types of stretch marks.) *Pregnant/Breast-feeding ladies * People with medical disorders like Hemophilia, Diabetes, Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Dermatitis, Keloid Scarring * People with open wounds, skin irritations, pigmented lesions, bleeding disorders. This list is very basic, a more detailed list is included in Consultation/Medical History forms. Also, this will be further discussed in your Consultation Session.
Am I a candidate for Waxing services? If you have any of the following, you are most likely NOT a candidate. Skin Conditions: Avoid waxing on areas with cuts, bruises, sunburns, rashes, or irritated skin. Conditions like eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, or other skin disorders in the waxing area can make the process uncomfortable or worsen the condition. Medications: Some medications or topical treatments, such as Retin-A, Accutane, or oral steroids, can make the skin more sensitive to damage during waxing. Always check with a healthcare professional or the client's doctor if they're on medications that could affect the skin. Recent Treatments: Clients who've recently undergone chemical peels, laser treatments, microdermabrasion, or other skin procedures should avoid waxing until the skin has fully healed. Pregnancy: In certain cases, pregnant women might experience heightened sensitivity or skin changes, making waxing uncomfortable or more prone to adverse reactions. It's advisable to consult a doctor before waxing during pregnancy. Allergies:** Individuals with allergies to wax components (like beeswax, resins, fragrances, or dyes) should avoid waxing to prevent allergic reactions. At Blissful Image, hypoallergenic wax for sensitive skin is always used.
Medical Conditions: Clients with conditions like varicose veins, diabetes, hemophilia, or immune disorder.