For permanent makeup procedures it is important to have your clients be as comfortable as possible. There are two main reasons to this:
1. You want to make sure your clients will not be uncomfortable and hurting while performing a procedure on their face, the less they feel the less they will move and makes your work a lot easier.
2. If your client is uncomfortable and in pain, they will tell everyone how painful the procedure was. Word of month is the best advertising, and if your client is in pain it will make for some "Bad" advertising and scare other potential clients away.
1. When you first open it and remove the tin seal, you may need to stir it. Our cream is non-homogenized (we don't use high heat, thus allowing for all the ingredients to stay in tact an as natural as possible. )
2. Disinfect and clean skin thoroughly.
3. Apply a sufficient layer over the procedure area with a q-tip (make sure you use a fresh side of the q-tip each time you dip into the jar to prevent contamination).
4. Cover the procedure area with a shrink wrap/plastic wrap (this will help open up the pores and allow for maximum absorption into the skin).
5. Remove from skin after 15-20 minutes. (The time depends on your client's skin thickness).
Yes, however you need to make sure it doesn't enter the eye (it will burn). Our artists use it all the time to pre-numb eyelids by keeping it away from the eye.
Yes, it's ideal for microblading and shading procedures.
No, you will be removing the cream prior to the procedure. All you'll be left with is a nice numb area to work with. We recommend you use our clear numbing gel during the procedure to further help with the pain and comfort.
Yes, it can be used to pre-numb scalp areas too.
We don't recommend it for piercings, however in theory it will work just as well.
It will numb the area pretty well and help with the pain.