But the good news is, I CAREFULLY follow the following guidelines for
sterilization to help eliminate the possibility of cross-contamination.
- My work area is kept as clean and orderly as possible.
- The entire work space including my chairs, floors, trays, all equipment,
pigment topical and anesthetic bottles with disinfectant wipes that are
designed to kill bacteria, tuberculosis, HIV & Hepatitis.
- I don't make my clients ASK... I always show that I am about to install a
brand new, sterile needle, fresh from the sealed packaging BEFORE
starting thier procedure.
- Supplies that come in contact with your skin are also strictly disposable
- I use sterile, surgical gloves throughout the procedure and get fresh
ones if I have to remove them during the procedure.
- I methodically tape off any surface that I might need to touch during a
session. This includes buttons on the chair, drawer handles, phone,
switches, dials, to prevent cross-contamination
- My machine is also wrapped to prevent cross contamination.
- At the end of the procedure, I re-wipe all surfaces with the same cold
sterilization wipes or fluids.
NEWS FLASH! Dirty needles aren't the only way
to spread communicable diseases!
- I mix and pour pigment straight from the bottle into new sterilized pigment caps - right in front of each client.
Once the pigment is poured, the color and amount is documented. The bottle is then removed from the
immediate work area to avoid contamination.
- I am a qualified, self confident artist and I have NO PROBLEM with allowing you to observe my setup procedures.
I welcome any questions about sterilization procedures, my technical and artistic experience and my
qualifications that you may have.
- If you ever have any doubts about what you observe, I want you to feel comfortable voicing your concerns. I'm
here to make your life better! That starts with a sense of responsibility on my part which hopefully will, in turn,
instill a sense of trust in you.
BOTOX & XEOMIN