WHO SHOULD NOT UNDERGO A TREATMENT?
It’s ok if you’re nursing
Please check with your neurologist if you are uncertain.
Examples include: Coumadin, Xarelto, Effient, Eliquis, and Plavix.
Inflammatory skin condition anywhere on the face, neck and/or chest such as a rash and/or dermatitis.
Currently being treated with chemotherapy, high dose steroids, or other immunosuppresive regimens. If you are uncertain please check with your treating physician.
Other medications include Tetracycline or Trimethoprim. May be treated 7-days after you’re off antibiotic.
Examples include laser hair removal, Fraxel, CO2 and micro needling to the face, neck and/or chest. Healing stages may vary and your skin will be assessed during consultation.
Examples of chemical peels include glycolic, salicylic, TCA, and Jessner. Healing stages may vary and your skin will be assessed during consultation.
- This section is for your information. If any of these apply you may still be treated. These are not contraindications.
- If you are on Immunomodulators such as Humira and Enbrel we suggest checking with your physician for individual guidance.
- Retin A may sensitize your skin. We suggest discontinuing the use of these products 48-hours prior to your appointment.
- Cold sores can be triggered by multiple internal and external factors including sun exposure, fatigue, stress, dental manipulation and any laser treatment directed at upper, lower lips and chin. If you have medication we suggest you begin prophylactic treatment with an anti-viral the day of treatment and continue for 24-hours after.
- For men, it’s ideal to come in clean shaven as we will avoid areas with facial hair. If that is not possible, the treatment area will only target areas without facial hair.