• Sick- Cold, flu, etc.
  • Pregnant or Nursing
  • Herpes Simplex and Cold Sores
  • Diabetic
  • Chemotherapy
  • Viral Infections and Diseases
  • Epilepsy
  • Pacemaker or Major Heart Problems
  • Organ Transplant
  • Skin Irritation or Psoriasis- Rashes, sunburn, acne, etc.
* please consult with your physician
If excessive bleeding occurs during treatment, poor results may occur. Additional touchups may be needed at an additional cost.

No lip filler 4 weeks before procedure

No waxing , lasers or bleaching around lip area

  • No Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E, Fish Oil, or Ibuprofen 48-72 hours before procedure
  • Avoid alcohol, seafood and caffeine
  • Recommended to take the proper medication to avoid a cold sore outbreak.   
* please consult with your physician 

• No alcohol or caffeine on day of procedure



You need to treat the area with absolute care, like you would treat any other type of tattoo.

The aftercare is just as important as getting the tattoo itself. Tattoos are not permanent until they are healed.

  • MAKEUP, SCRUBBING & LOTION– May cause infection, scarring, and delay healing

  • SLEEPING ON FACE– Use a fresh and clean pillowcase, lip may stain fabrics.

  • PICKING– Let any scabbing or dry skin naturally exfoliate away. Picking can cause scarring or loss of color

  • DIRECT SUN EXPOSURE– Sun tanning or salon tanning beds, will blur pigment

  • SWEATING & EXERCISE– Pigment retention loss


  • ACTIVITIES- Long showers, massages, jacuzzis, saunas, hot yoga and swimming


Gently blot lips with a clean tissue to absorb excess lymph fluid. Do this every 5 minutes for the rest of the day until the oozing stops. Removing this fluid prevents hardening of the lymphatic fluids.

  1. Using clean hands dampen a cotton pad with distilled water, squeeze out the excess moisture
  2. Gently wipe the aftercare ointment from lips
  3. Allow lips to breathe

Keep area clean and let it breathe! Stay away from sun and do not apply cosmetics on lips.

1. Wash

Clean daily to remove bacteria and buildup. “Gently” wash lips with a very light touch, by splashing distilled water and using fingertips in a circular motion using a fragrance free | antibacterial soap.

  • Dial Antibacterial Gold Soap
  • CerVe
  • Baby Shampoo


Avoid direct water pressureWhile showering, keep your face completely away from direct water pressure, it may prematurely remove scabbing. Take quick showers avoiding steam to develop in bathroom, or take a bath instead.

2. Dry

Pat with disposable paper towel and wait 10 minutes for area to air dry, never apply aftercare ointment on wet or damp tattoo.

3. Moisturize Frequently
  • Apply aftercare ointment as needed
  • Put a rice size amount of aftercare ointment with a cotton swab or ring finger.
  • Then spread a “very thin” film of ointment to the lips. Be sure not to over-apply. Wounds need oxygen to heal and suffocating the skin with a thick layer of product may prevent the skin from breathing and delay healing. The ointment should be barely noticeable on the lips. The key is to apply only a very thin layer of product and rub it into the skin.

Now it is time to critique your lips, the tattoo has become part of the dermis, the healed results are revealed.

  • Use a good lip balm with sunscreen, sun exposure will fade your cosmetic tattoo.

  • The use of chemical peels and acid peels regularly near lip area can also cause tattoo to fade prematurely.

If an infection or adverse reaction occurs at the site of the procedure area, contact your personal physician for treatment and report to SNHD special programs at (702) 759-0677.

No lip filler 8 weeks after procedure

Within 1 year $350

Recommended yearly to maintain shape, color and detail. After 1 year, a new service will be required at full price



Waterproof | Smudgeproof | Sweatproof

Permanent makeup is growing in popularity among individuals who prefer a natural look to enhance their features without the hassle of daily makeup application. The simple enhancement goes beyond physical beauty and provides confidence that everyone deserves.

Based on the feedback received, most of our clients say that they experience minimal discomfort. A numbing topical anesthetic is used to maximize comfort.

It is considered permanent due to the placement of pigment into the dermal layer of the skin and is subject to fade over time, but doesn’t disappear.

When appropriately healed, the results can last anywhere between 1-2 years depending on an individual’s lifestyle or health condition.

  • Medical Condition

  • Medication

  • Elasticity

  • Skin Type-Younger and oily skin usually fades faster

  • Sun Exposure

  • Face Products

There is a high risk of a herpes outbreak. If the infection lives dormant in your body or in the past you experience an outbreak. It is recommend to take medication to prevent and treat outbreak. 

* please consult with your physician 

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