As the permanent make-up market booms, the number of fly-by-night clinics and salons putting up their businesses have soared. Unfortunately, these businesses only have one thing in mind—to earn profits. And so these places slack in making sure they observe proper microblading sanitation and sterilization.
Businesses should secure client health from the start of the operation until its full completion. Otherwise, clients could end up with permanently botched make-up. Or worse: infections leading to serious illnesses and excruciating pain and agony.
At Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM), we specializes in organic permanent make-up that’s safe, convenient, and carried out by experts in the field.
Using organic pigments, we make sure that you are 100% safe and that our procedures and techniques are painless and comfortable.
Professionals microblading sterilization, sanitation and safety
Microblading uses high-end tattooing gadgets, which pierce into the dermis using fine needles. When done perfectly and safely, microblading is 100% safe.
However, if tools are unsterilized and unsanitized, then the patient is at risk and can get sick. Bacteria such as Cocci, Bacilli and Spirilla could get into the body.
As with all procedures, sanity is of utmost importance. That’s why OPM makes sure your microblading procedure is done in a state-of-the-art facility. We use only the most technologically advanced tools to give you the service you deserve.
Our OPM Academy trains microblading professionals not just to be artists, but also scientists. After all, microblading is both an art and a skill.
As one of the leading companies in the beauty and cosmetic industry, we’ve earned the respect of our trusted clients. Since we have been operating for a long time, we have never received any complaints with regards to infection.
In fact, we are proud to be certified by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). This means the US government recognizes that our staff and technicians have followed the strict standards required in performing microblading and all our other permanent makeup services.
Excellent health and safety practices
When we conduct operations, we make sure that our technicians properly wash their hands and use proper gloves. In fact, in our clinic, we use coats, scrubs, masks and eye shields as if we were in a laboratory. We dispose used needles in puncture-proof disposal containers, too.
For microblading sanitation and sterilization, we follow the standard set by the Center for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC’s preferred method of sterilization is the Autoclave, which uses high-pressure saturated steam at 121 degrees Celsius or more for 15 to 20 minutes.
Advance cleaning and sanitation tools in our clinics
In addition to the Autoclave, we also use the Ultra Sonic Cleanser, which uses high temperatures to remove color pigments and other materials from our tools. These are stains that cannot be easily removed by a brush. We never use cold sterilization, chemicals, radiations, membranes and other means to make sure our clients are safe.
Even though there are no laws prohibiting the re-using of needles after Autoclave sanitation, we always make sure to use fresh and unused needles. We understand that when needles are used frequently, they can become dull—and dull needles could damage the skin of our clients.
Learn more about microblading sanitation and sterilization at the OPM Academy! We train beauty enthusiasts to become microblading professionals—and we offer you a position on the team after you complete training, too.