For pmu, not only there are general contraindications, but also situations where the procedure will not lead to the desired result.
When it comes to skin formations, the first thing that comes to mind is a mole and papilloma (the most common options). If the neoplasm is convex, then there is a high probability that working even next to it can cause serious consequences. Therefore, in these cases, the procedure shouldn’t be performed and the client should be advised to visit a dermatologist. In other cases, we DO NOT touch the mole itself, and work around it.
Other single spots, even flat ones, of unknown origin are also bypassed. Do not confuse with pigmentation. Work with birthmarks is recommended only with the permission of a dermatologist.
Due to the peculiarities of the structure of scar tissue, it requires advanced skills of an artist. However, it is important to know that pmu is only possible on normotrophic scars. Working on hypo, hypertrophic and especially keloid scars is strictly prohibited!
Very common light, almost white dots on the surface of the lips, sometimes eyelids. They do not pose any health hazard, it is rather a cosmetic defect. With the help of permanent makeup, they can be covered up, but they require a high saturation, and often, several corrections. On the lips, there may also be convex neoplasms and scars (from trauma or herpes) – same actions described above apply to them as well.
If you have herpes in the active stage on the body (even outside the pmu area), it is strictly forbidden to do the procedure. The same applies to any rashes / diseases of an obvious purulent-bacterial nature (pink eye, conjunctivitis, etc.).
Also a fairly common disease. Absolute contraindications for the pmu procedure is psoriasis in the active stages! If the disease has passed into a state of remission and the foci are outside the pmu area, the procedure can be done.