People with diabetes are more prone to infections. That is why it is important that the person who is going to undergo this procedure have their blood sugar levels in normal values. I recommend to my diabetic clients to ask for an authorization to their doctor before undergoing a procedure of micropigmentation.
People who suffer this condition have had seizures (involuntary movements). An epilepsy attack can be triggered by the stress that this procedure generates, so this is a contraindication.
This condition causes uncontrollable bleeding. Since some degree of bleeding is generated during this procedure, it will be very difficult for you to control this situation, for this reason it is a contraindication.
Hematological diseases (diseases of the blood cells):
Many of the diseases that involve the blood cells generate a poor reaction against infections, making them more frequent after a procedure of permanent makeup, so this is also a contraindication.
Pregnancy or lactation:
As a precaution, micropigmentation in a pregnant woman is not recommended, additionally, a pregnant woman feels the pain more intensely and her skin does not pick up the pigment at the same intensity as a non-pregnant woman. The same thing happens with a woman during the first two months after childbirth.