As well as being trained in the technique of implanting pigments the Health and Safety aspect is just as important. I trained with Natural Enhancement in London, who also intensely covered health and safety and the clinical environment.
I also come from a dental background, so I know how important cross contamination protocols are in a clinical area.
Before I start any procedure on a client, I make sure the area that I am working on them is thoroughly cleaned with an antiseptic wipe.
I use single use needles for every client, they are sealed and only opened once my client is with me in my studio.
My pigment bottles are designed for the pigment to be easily pumped out without any back flow into single use pigment cups.
My micro pigmentation machine, hand piece and leads are all covered with protective disposable sheaths. My client bed is covered with disposable couch roll. The applicators that I use are disposed of after use and every surface is cleaned using a disinfectant after use to prevent cross contamination.
I have had the council attend my premises to certify myself as well as my studio, I have to pay a license fee for this.
After every client has completed their treatment, I give them written after care instructions to take away.