Health Conditions

Certain health conditions or medications may result in greater risks of performing the microblading procedure. Long Island Microblading always puts the health and well being of our clients first, therefore it is sometimes necessary for us to require a doctor’s permission to perform the procedure. In some cases we may refuse to perform the procedure all together if we feel that it will cause too great a health risk to the client. Below you will find a list of some conditions that require a physician’s note or that will disqualify you as a candidate for microblading. Please note that this list only serves as a general guide for the most common health conditions we encounter and may be revised at any time. If you suffer from a condition not listed below and have concerns about the procedure please discuss them with your doctor and artist.

Long Island Microblading will not accept clients who have the following skin/health conditions:

  • Seborrheic Dermatitis
  • Eyebrow Keratosis
  • Keloids
  • Pregnant/Nursing

Clients who suffer from any of the following health conditions or are on the following medications require a doctor’s clearance:

  • Blood Thinning Medication
  • Diabetes
  • Chemotherapy

The following health conditions and medications may also affect treatment or results and should be considered when determining if Microblading is right for you:

  • Thyroid Medication (Clients on thyroid medication often require touch-ups more often because their color tends to fade more quickly.)
  • Cholesterol and Blood Pressure Medication (Because these medications work against blood platelets sticking together, implantation of pigment can be difficult and clients will sometimes experience more color loss.)